The Dallas Morning News ePaper

The Dallas Morning News ePaper

By The Dallas Morning News

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2011-10-01
  • Current Version: 3.0.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 59.55 MB
  • Developer: The Dallas Morning News
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 2
From 439 Ratings


The Dallas Morning News ePaper gives you 24/7 online access to an exact replica of the paper. So no matter where you are – at work, on the road or just relaxing at a local coffee shop, your newspaper is available, right down to and including the advertising deals. Downloading the app is free, but you will need a subscription to access the paper. • Browse back issues of the paper • Article Pop-Out • Enlarge stories for easy reading with adjustable font size • Easy to move from section to section • Bookmark articles for offline reading • Pinch and zoom gestures • Share articles via email, Facebook® and Twitter®



  • Just like reading the print version

    By Chris in McKinney
    I read the electronic version when I am out of town. I love the format! It has the same look and feel of reading the printed version. Would like to read it on an e-reader so it wouldn’t strain my eyes as much when I read on an iPad or computer screen.
  • Bad bad

    By captain 705
    I am giving up. Don’t understand why these guys can’t get it straight. I have to log in every day - most days it won’t accept login
  • Read on an airplane

    By reader102!
    I travel quite a bit and often times download the eEdition from my hotel room. When I get on the airplane I can’t even read the paper because it tells me I have to have an Internet connection. what a joke this app is!
  • Awful,

    By Planoite
    Keep getting “Login Unsuccessful, Please Try Again” error message. Useless app.
  • May Cancel Again

    By DeeDee from Big D
    I’m really trying to support a free press, however this app is horrible! If my subscription is paid, I should be able to access content and not get and error message when logging in, resetting my password, deleting and reinstalling the app, etc. and STILL not being able to read the paper. DMN needs to fix this - if not, I’ll cancel my subscription again.
  • I like it

    By MalickArtist
    I hate the other Dallas Morning News app. It's laid out oddly. I didn't know this one existed. Love it because it's laid out exactly like the paper version. My eyes have changed so much as I've gotten older that it's difficult for me to read paper versions of books, magazines and newspapers. I get all now on my iPad, which I purchased specifically because of my eyes. My husband and I love to go to breakfast and read the paper. This will make it much easier for me. I see a lot of bad reviews, but I just read the whole Sunday paper with no issues.
  • O M G !!! AWFUL

    By aaachoo
    it would be nice if this sorry app would include ALL of the sections of the paper instead of just a couple... terrible app... this is a sad presentation for a major newspaper... the developers must be 10 years old and younger.. DMN can do much better...
  • No family sharing

    By BMikeJames
    The app description indicates family sharing but I could never get it to work.
  • Bad App

    By Klemson
    This app is incredibly frustrating! Sometimes when you turn the page, the new page momentarily shows and then the page goes blank. Ay other times you momentarily touch an article and the app tries to bring it up full screen only to go into an endless cycle that you can only stop by deleting the app and reinstalling it. It is hard for me to believe a newspaper like the Belo Corp. can’t produce an app that isn’t much better than this. If something doesn’t change soon for the better I’m cancelling my subscription.
  • Great app

    By jimfoy
    We use this app regularly while traveling. It is a good way to keep up with what’s happening in the Dallas area. I read it on my iPad, while my wife uses her iPad Mini. The only problem we see is that it is too sensitive to a random touch taking you to the “article” view. I’d rather read most stories in newspaper format.