Miami Herald News

Miami Herald News

By The Miami Herald

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2010-06-30
  • Current Version: 7.2.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 62.19 MB
  • Developer: The Miami Herald
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2/5 ( 479 Reviews)
  • Price:
Miami Herald News App Ratings: 2
Total 479 Reviews

Miami Herald News App Description

Get your news wherever you go. Our news app features the Miami Herald's Pulitzer Prize-winning news coverage, photos, video, commentary, blogs and much more. Features: • Get up-to-the-minute breaking news. • Browse news by category. • View photo galleries and videos. • Bookmark stories for offline reading. • Share via Email, Facebook or Twitter. • Read and post comments on all stories and blogs. • EXTRAS: Your subscription to the Miami Herald comes with complimentary web access, as well as access to the eEdition, Extra Extra, and SportsXtra. Subscribe to the app now and get your first month for $1.99. Monthly and annual subscriptions are available for $12.99 per month or $129.99 per year and include unlimited digital access to the Miami Herald app, the Herald’s eEdition and web access to the Miami Herald site. Your subscription will automatically renew each month or year 24-hours before the end of the current period, and your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings. Read our Privacy policy here: Read our Terms of Service here:


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Miami Herald News App Reviews

  • Keeps changing

    By Lancerolas
    This is highway robbery! You cancel and it keeps changing.... wth!
  • Unresponsive

    By Leo from Miami
    The login is completely unresponsive. After inputting the email and password, tapping the submit button has no effect whatsoever.
  • Inconsistent

    By RARS84
    Impossible to find front page articles anywhere in app version.
  • Annoying Video Ads

    By Old Boy Himself
    I hate the video ads that launch automatically and refuse to use the app for now. I am a supporter of local news and have a paid subscription. Will stick with the website until the app becomes less obnoxious.
  • Fix notifications

    By kjm1997
    Why am I suddenly getting all notifications from the Herald app 4 times?
  • Unusable ‘Sports on the Air’ segment

    By Exiting reader
    If a newspaper has lost its grip in spelling and become unhinged from correct grammar, how much do you think it has left with which to care, or right it’s ship. Never thought I’d see the end of the hometown newspaper here. Shabby at best. Horrible
  • Just poorly edited and curated

    By BeccaCorbishley
    “Local news” is rarely about South Florida. 4 hours ago a major issue related to the election was decided. Not covered here. Too many sports stories are listed in latest news at the expense of real news. When hurricanes are in the news, outdated stories stay up creating confusion. An app should keep me current. This does not.
  • “Click-Bait” style headlines makes it feel cheap

    By bitoguy
    So-so as far as being current. Articles are repeated often across the few news categories. Limited customization as far as what article topics you are interested in. But the thing that makes it seem more like a tabloid rather than a serious news source is it’s proliferation of “click-bait” style headlines, making it feel cheap and not to be taken seriously. Your grade school children might like that style though for their school assignments. No ability to customize the news categories you want vs. what they want you to see. No search capabilities.
  • Can’t search and difficult to share articles

    By TKNKM
    No search function and very difficult to share articles
  • Not a real newspaper

    By FOB ( Fresh Off the Boat)
    All news are either very low in significance or click bait style opinionated lies. Very far from what the news paper used to be if you ever read the “real deal”.