The Register-Guard e-Edition App Description
The Register-Guard e-Edition lets readers view their favorite newspaper on an iOS device with all the stories, ads and photos shown exactly as it appears in print.
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The Register-Guard e-Edition App Reviews
Great paper substitute
The register guard e-edition or replica is really a nice way to read the paper. Just as with paper you see and read stories that you are not looking for. You see the print ads. You know that the editors felt that the stories were worth printing on paper. The e-edition read on an ipad is a great alternative in this age.
By Eight or ten miles a day
I prefer reading the print version: please never cut back on it. That said, this is a handy app for my iPad when we are out of town or the newspaper is delayed.
You can't create a subscription nor an account from within the app. Dumb! You can't even see a sample news paper. One tab on the app requires you to log out to leave!? Are you kidding? I don't have a login! Dah. A really embarrassing app from my local news paper.
Every time I try to use this horrible mess of an example of 1998 design I die a little inside. Really. I'm serious.
Not bad but needs fixed
By The real kelvin
The app itself is good, but it often crashes if you scroll too fast down or to the next page. Please patch.
By My time for News
The E-edition of the Guard is great. Love it. So easy to breeze though the pages, go in depth on articles of interest, glance over adds and announcements. The app is easy to use, to flip from page to page or section to section. On my iPad, it is quickly reestablishing the local newspaper as my go to place for local, national and world news. Thank you RegisterGuard!
By Aunt Roady
Thanks for the quick fix. I'm a happy camper once again.
No landscape mode with iOS 7
After downloading iOS 7, I noticed that the paper is now only viewable in portrait mode. I sent an email to RG customer service, who suggested that I call Apple to improve my experience. I responded that it's the developer's responsibility to keep apps up to date and that iOS 7 had been in beta since June giving them ample time to get ready. Given the lack of updates, my guess is they hired a contractor to build this thing but figured they were done with it. Broken app, poor customer service, I'm really disappointed in the RG!
By Matt Lane
App doesn't cache pages so every time you switch between pages it has to reload. Also missing store ads from Sundays. This app doesn't meet my expectations.
Time for a real app
No updates in nearly a year and a half. Is there ever going to be an app like the one the Oregonian has??