LA Times

Download LA Times for PC

By Tribune Interactive

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2010-06-21
  • Current Version: 5.0.3
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 107.33 MB
  • Developer: Tribune Interactive
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 20,769 Ratings

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LA Times for PC Description

With the Los Angeles Times app for iPhone and iPad, you get our exclusive in-depth reporting on the stories that matter to you most. You'll find our unique California take on politics, world events, education, the environment, crime, the economy, business and more. Follow your favorite L.A. sports teams with our complete coverage of the Lakers, Clippers, Dodgers, Kings, USC, and UCLA. Get the latest on the world of entertainment direct from Hollywood's hometown news source. Keep up with the ever-changing L.A. arts and nightlife scene. And explore food critic Jonathan Gold's 101 Best Restaurants list (free for digital subscribers), so you can take L.A.'s best dining guide with you whenever you go out. The story begins here. CLEAN DESIGN AND BOLD FEATURES: • Updated throughout the day as stories develop • Section-to-section swiping: Easily browse through section fronts without leaving your page • Save for later: Save must-read stories, photos and videos for when you have the time to enjoy them • Stay in the know: Sign up for push notifications to get the latest breaking news from our newsroom on a personalizable list of topics • Offline reading: Download and read content offline • Jonathan Gold's 101 Best Restaurants: Browse our Pulitzer Prize-winning critic's favorite places to eat, find them on a map, and save them for later • Quick link to our eNewspaper website, a digital replica of the daily print edition • Customize your font size for optimal legibility SUBSCRIPTION DETAILS: • If you’re a current digital subscriber, sign in with your email address and password to get unlimited access to the app’s content. • Non-subscribers, download the app to enjoy 5 free stories each month. For full access, try a free month of Unlimited Digital Access to the app, the L.A. Times website, and our eNewspaper; then it's only $7.99 a month. Make sure to create a registration while in the app so you'll be able to log in to the website and eNewspaper when you visit them in web browsers. • Your subscription automatically renews each month unless auto-renew is turned off within your Account Settings at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. • Your iTunes account will be charged $7.99 for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. • No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. • Subscriptions may be managed by the user by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable • You can read our Privacy Policy here: https://www.latimes.com/about/la-privacypolicy-20180703-story.html • You can read our Terms of Service here: https://www.latimes.com/about/la-termsofservice-20180627-story.html • Questions about your subscription, including adding or removing access to the L.A. Times website from your app access, can be directed to Customer Service: 213-347-5300. TECHNICAL HELP AND ASSISTANCE: If you ever have questions about how the app works, want to provide helpful feedback, or experience crashes or freezes after installing an update, please contact us at [email protected] A quick email to our support team helps our developers identify and resolve issues faster. We work hard to make sure you have the best experience using our app.

Reviews

  • A vital tool for california living

    5
    By gracesdad
    It’s the world, from a california perspective.
  • Decent

    4
    By gastonelcavron
    Works well but I wish it was more like the eNewspaper. What it gives me is the log on to use the ereaders and news aggregator apps
  • Meh

    2
    By AllCarsEatGas
    Always opens “Notification Center” articles in Safari browser, after first opening the LATimes app. This is a perpetual problem, for as long as I’ve been reading from the app. It’s also a very poorly-designed app, klutzy, ugly, and not very intuitive.
  • On iPad, a design inferior to the latimes.com website

    1
    By Cowp
    I came back to the App Store to ensure I hadn’t somehow gotten a phone-only version of the app. When compared to other premium newspaper products, e.g., the NYT, the Post, or the WSJ, this app doesn’t measure up. It launches into a single large photograph and an awkwardly placed Google ad (damnit, I paid you already!). I honestly thought maybe CSS was broken. Please shower some design love on this app.
  • Outstanding

    5
    By Heather Cottage
    Once I worked with the Times support desk, which was excellent, & got the paper in the right size, & speed it has worked well. Good job Times.
  • Charging for on line reading

    1
    By Boiler Steve
    Most newspapers on line do not charge for viewing. LA Times seems to think a few reads is too many and restricts reading content after a few views . If the Times is so worth it, then allow unrestricted access! Most of us are highly mobile and traveling around the USA and beyond. We would like to read while on the road without restriction.
  • Screen resolution issues

    4
    By OhSoGrumpy
    This app would get 5 stars from me if not for continued problems with less than stellar screen resolution. In the E-newspaper mode, Both images and text are randomly blurry and low-res, and often slow to load.
  • LA Times

    5
    By CohibaJack
    I really enjoy reading the LA Times. The stories are very well written without the unneeded detail of The NY Times! I definitely recommend this on-line newspaper to everyone.
  • It doesn’t open up the article.

    1
    By The Grey Apparell
    When you attempt to read an article is says “content unavailable” and when you press retry nothing happens. Looks like a very good app. Will change review if error gets fixed.
  • Real News

    5
    By rouglas
    Real journalism real news

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