The Daily Star - Lebanon

The Daily Star - Lebanon

By The Daily Star

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2013-05-02
  • Current Version: 1.6.7
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 10.24 MB
  • Developer: The Daily Star
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 75 Reviews)
  • Price:
The Daily Star - Lebanon App Ratings: 3.5
Total 75 Reviews

The Daily Star - Lebanon App Description

Get access to up-to-the-minute and unremitting Lebanese and Middle-East news coverage on politics, business, sports and much more by simply downloading the TDS app on the iTunes store. The Daily Star – Lebanon application gives you an insight on extensive local reports, hard-hitting investigative journalism, outspoken opinion articles and editorials, as well as a diversified selection of multimedia. A user-friendly interface, TDS provides you with fast online/offline access to the latest breaking news and entitles you to customize news to suit your needs. The Daily Star – Lebanon team welcomes your feedback, and we look forward to hearing your thoughts and suggestions regarding our application. - The Daily Star Newspaper (iOS app) - Monthly fee of $11.99 - Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase - Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period - Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal - Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings at after purchase - No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period (If cancelled, account will remain active till the end of the billing cycle) - Terms & Conditions: - Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to The Daily Star online version +-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+-+- Read Our Story: The Future is Bright When it was first published in 1952, The Daily Star became the Arab world’s first newspaper in English. Serving Lebanon and the Middle East with unrivaled local journalism in a foreign language, the paper offered the world a local view and domestic expertise on a rapidly changing region that very rarely failed to feature on top of the news agenda. Despite interruptions during Lebanon’s Civil War, the newspaper returned to newsstands in the mid-1990s to reclaim its spot as the main source of Lebanon news in English. The technological revolution that erupted at the turn of the century changed the ways people are consuming information and following the news. First the Internet then social media presented challenges for newspapers worldwide. The Daily Star today is not only a newspaper. It has risen to the challenge and now offers its unique coverage of Lebanon and the region whenever and wherever you, the reader, want it. But this costs money and financial realities mean that we have to increase our revenue to be able to continue to provide you with the best, unbiased coverage of Lebanon. Therefore from July 10, 2015, we will be offering our worldwide readers complete access to our digital content for a monthly fee. This gives our subscribers: - Unlimited website access - Mobile news on in app on all iOS devices - Daily newsletters by email - Full archive access Readers who don’t wish to subscribe will be able to continue reading our wires-based content for free but will miss out on original news, business, lifestyle, opinion, sports, and arts and culture coverage from Lebanon and the region. Our readers in Lebanon will continue to access all our news for free but only for a very limited period of time. We are thankful that we have such a loyal and trusting readership base. We appreciate your contribution towards helping us maintain our high standards and in return we renew our commitment to you to redouble our efforts and continue to produce the best news content out of Lebanon now and in the future.


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The Daily Star - Lebanon App Reviews

  • Subscriber

    By jgsueuejs
    I am an active subscriber and cannot log in!
  • Pay Wall

    By B.o.o.p.63
    For a country famous for its huge number of expats, the only English newspaper requires a paywall for people who want to read it outside the country. Update: It got worse, you now got five scrolls of ads for every two sentences you read.
  • Charge

    By MansourFamily
    What do we have to pay ?
  • I wish you could view all articles

    By Edoras Spinner
    Wonderful site! I just wish you could view all the articles without having to sign up and pay...
  • Great app

    By Sajoch
    Stable and very Insightful when it comes to local and regional news
  • Very Good Site for Lebanese News

    By RJH0123
    Enjoy reading and navigating through this site. Recommended for current local and regional news. Keep up the good work DS !!
  • 0 stars if it were an option

    By Markus T. 513
    15 dollars a month you have got to be kidding me. Someone needs to fired do you even have the demographics for such a price hike typical greedy Lebanese. You can't justify news at that price when your not a global name your what we call copy and paste news for at the most 1 dollar a month. You should've sold ad space and kept it free good luck with 100 subscribers. RIP TDS
  • Subscription too high

    By Mrsdarrla
    I use to love this paper. I just can't afford the 15.00 a month. I would be will to pay 7.99. Maybe the should offer a discounted price for a 6 month and 1 year rate. I think if they lowered the price they would have more subscribers. I enjoy the articles but I live in the US and really only use it to stay informed.
  • Very good app

    By Tomultra
    I'm an English speaker interested in Lebanon. Though I understand what the reviewer below meant regarding the lack of access to certain areas of the site without a subscription, it is nevertheless a very valuable tool and I've found many ways around the restrictions. Notifications are excellent for Lebanon watchers and there is a large portion of the site dedicated to news of the day in-country. Have not yet detected a confessional, sectarian or political slant though I must say I haven't tried hard to find one. I highly recommend this site as a non- subscriber.
  • Pretty useless without a subscription.

    By Durandal16
    Pretty useless without a subscription. Subscription rates too high considering the quality and volume of content