The Telegraph for Android

The Telegraph for Android


Get the latest news throughout the day with the Telegraph news app.

The newly redesigned app offers instant access to the day's need-to-know news, with accompanying hi-res photo galleries and video to give you the story from every angle. Read the headlines at a glance or skip straight to your favourite sections with the new, easy-to-use menu. From UK News and Politics to Sport, Lifestyle and Weird News, there’s plenty to keep you informed and entertained throughout the day.

Features:
Find and follow the topics that interest you most
Offline reading, for when you don't have a connection
Share easily via Twitter, Facebook and email
Hi-res photo galleries and video from The Telegraph's renowned journalists
Live match centre, for up-to-the-minute football scores and results
Live financial data from the world markets
Font size selection

The app is free to download and features a 5-day trial. There are three ways to enjoy full access to the Telegraph for Android.

1) Monthly subscriptions can be purchased for £1.99, and these subscriptions will auto-renew until you choose to cancel.

NB:

• Payment will be charged to your Google Play at confirmation of purchase
• Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period
• Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period
• You can manage your subscription and switch off the auto-renewal via your Google Play account settings
• You cannot cancel the current subscription during the active subscription period
• Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited if you purchase a subscription to that publication.

2) Telegraph newspaper subscribers can use the app by validating their subscriber number and postcode within the app.

3) Telegraph digital subscribers can use the app by validating their Telegraph Login within the app.

Please note: if you are an existing subscriber, in some instances you may be asked to revalidate your subscription on launching the app after an update. To do so, select an article, follow the ‘I already have a Telegraph subscription’ link and input either your email address and password (digital subscribers) or your subscriber number and postcode (newspaper subscribers).

Recent changes:
Thanks for all your input: we listened to your feedback and we are giving you more control on how the app downloads headlines for offline reading introducing Background updates: now you can tap on the menu button to configure how often the app will check periodically for new headlines.

Thanks for reading the Telegraph!
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About The Telegraph for Android
Get the latest news throughout the day with the Telegraph news app.

The newly redesigned app offers instant access to the day's need-to-know news, with accompanying hi-res photo galleries and video to give you the story from every angle. Read the headlines at a glance or skip straight to your favourite sections with the new, easy-to-use menu. From UK News and Politics to Sport, Lifestyle and Weird News, there’s plenty to keep you informed and entertained throughout the day.

Features:
Find and follow the topics that interest you most
Offline reading, for when you don't have a connection
Share easily via Twitter, Facebook and email
Hi-res photo galleries and video from The Telegraph's renowned journalists
Live match centre, for up-to-the-minute football scores and results
Live financial data from the world markets
Font size selection

The app is free to download and features a 5-day trial. There are three ways to enjoy full access to the Telegraph for Android.

1) Monthly subscriptions can be purchased for £1.99, and these subscriptions will auto-renew until you choose to cancel.

NB:

• Payment will be charged to your Google Play at confirmation of purchase
• Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period
• Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period
• You can manage your subscription and switch off the auto-renewal via your Google Play account settings
• You cannot cancel the current subscription during the active subscription period
• Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited if you purchase a subscription to that publication.

2) Telegraph newspaper subscribers can use the app by validating their subscriber number and postcode within the app.

3) Telegraph digital subscribers can use the app by validating their Telegraph Login within the app.

Please note: if you are an existing subscriber, in some instances you may be asked to revalidate your subscription on launching the app after an update. To do so, select an article, follow the ‘I already have a Telegraph subscription’ link and input either your email address and password (digital subscribers) or your subscriber number and postcode (newspaper subscribers).

Recent changes:
Thanks for all your input: we listened to your feedback and we are giving you more control on how the app downloads headlines for offline reading introducing Background updates: now you can tap on the menu button to configure how often the app will check periodically for new headlines.

Thanks for reading the Telegraph!

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A Google User
Dec 14, 2014
Shakil Just trying
A Google User
Dec 14, 2014
Content yes - Navigation no Great app but it's a long list of stories rather than a menu which would improve the reading experience
A Google User
Dec 10, 2014
Miss the telegraph crosswords but other content good.
A Google User
Dec 9, 2014
Good Place for news. Safe place to get good reporting and facts
A Google User
Dec 9, 2014
Matt? Alex?