Topeka Capital-Journal

Topeka Capital-Journal

By GateHouse Media, Inc.

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2011-11-29
  • Current Version: 3.0.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 50.53 MB
  • Developer: GateHouse Media, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 58 Reviews)
  • Price:
Topeka Capital-Journal App Ratings: 3.5
Total 58 Reviews

Topeka Capital-Journal App Description

The Topeka Capital-Journal is now available on your iPad and iPhone. You can get award-winning coverage in this evolving digital format as we celebrate more than 140 years of publishing. The Topeka Capital-Journal provides the best coverage of breaking and local news, sports, and entertainment. Our new iOS edition includes our print presentation, with additional photos, video and more. The app is free to download and run, but a Topeka Capital-Journal digital membership is required to access the content. Those with an All-Access Membership login also can just enter it when prompted. Download the day's Capital-Journal and read it on your iPad or iPhone, online or offline. Get breaking news throughout the day. Take advantage of "plus" content like videos, slide shows, and Web links. Email a story to a friend or share it on a variety of social media outlets.


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Topeka Capital-Journal App Reviews

  • Big improvements in user experience!

    By walterzwol
    Lots of improvements have been made to the CJ app. Give it a try, send any feedback to the Capital Journal.
  • Not formatted for smart phone

    By Topks
    Disappointing. This app is unreadable on a cell phone.
  • Terrible app. Terrible advertising banner on the iPad

    By arrakis747
    Terrible app. The blank advertising space on the top part of the iPad screen is ridiculous. I want to read the paper with the full screen on the iPad. Put the advertising in the paper, not on the top as a banner. The old version from years ago was infinitely better.
  • Replace this app!

    By Pacmanpost
    Is anyone at the Capital-Journal reading these app reviews? Readers are apparently not happy with this new app. The old one was much better. This one is very clunky and quite frustrating. I was reading this morning and accidentally brushed across a pop up ad, with the app immediately going to that ad. I could not get the ad to close without restarting my iPad. Now the a CJ app says it is in "Offline Mode" despite the fact that I am online. This screen will not go away. CJ - you need to go back to the drawing boards on this one.
  • Needs a rewrite

    By Get2Ttown
    The new version is terrible. Tab buttons interfere with reading the page. Pages do not turn smoothly. It just seems jumpy. Not very user friendly and crashes often. Hope TCJ will notice and make a better version.
  • Worthless

    By Grrhoindssuggggu
    No breaking news. No updates. No notifications. Utterly worthless.
  • Needs a lot of work

    By D Appenfeller
    This app is a poor version of the digital edition that you can get by going to their website. If you pull up an article the formatting is poorly done as it mixes the picture caption in with the article without any differentiation between the two. If you try to view the picture half the time you only get to see half of it. For some reason it was decided to take us back to the 70's and use black and white pictures. Please either fix this app or go back to the previous version.
  • Methis is now

    By Nixonobamapres
    This is now a worthless app. Previous to the update it worked fine. You could swipe to get to the next article after downloading it. Now you have to click back-and-forth. This is a less than zero app.
  • New format

    By Soontobexebay
    Do not like the new format. It's not near as user friendly. It's like the Kansas City Star and I stopped my subscription to it.
  • Disappointed

    By W3N1M5
    Worked just fine before the update. Wish I could get the old version back. Reading an entire article is now a pain. Before, you could just tap the article, and the complete story would pop up on the screen. Now you have to go to page 6, and when you're done, you have to go back to page 1. Might as well be reading a regular paper. The little translucent tabs, at the sides of the screen, are nothing more than distracting. Expanding the comics, so you can read them, seems to cause problems when you move them up and down. After 2 days, I haven't been able to see any advantages.