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From critically acclaimed storytelling to powerful photography to engaging videos — the Courier Journal app delivers the local news that matters most to your community.
Category Price Seller Device
News Free Gannett iPhone, iPad, iPod

APP FEATURES:
• Access all of our in-depth journalism, including things to do around town, sports coverage from high school to the pros, and much more.
• Enjoy a streamlined, fast-loading experience that makes it easy to view the stories, photos, and videos that matter to you.
• Get breaking news, sports scores, and weather alerts with real-time notifications tailored to your interests.
• Customize your experience by saving your favorite stories, adjusting text size, using night mode, or reading offline.

SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION:
• This app is free to download and all users can access a sampling of free articles every month.
• For unlimited access to all content, subscribe now and get 30 days free ($4.99/month after). Or if you are already a subscriber, you can sign in with your existing subscription.
• Subscriptions are charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and automatically renew each month or year, unless turned off in your iTunes account settings at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your iTunes account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage your subscriptions and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription, where applicable. See "Subscription Support" in the app's Settings for more details and customer service contact information.

MORE INFORMATION:
• Privacy Policy: http://static.courier-journal.com/privacy/
• Terms of Service: http://static.courier-journal.com/terms/
• Questions or Comments: [email protected]

Reviews

Bad read For so in readers
Mayishot

Why not just give us the printed pages on line?.


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ggauer

First thing I do when I wake up is check the Courier Journal App on my I phone. Love it. Geraldine Gauer Louisville 40204


Very handy and easy to use
Lkf53

I pull it up whenever I have a few minutes of dead time and read an article or two while I'm waiting for whatever it is (doctor, picking up kids, etc).


Appreciate the Courier-Journal app
Speck of Red in a sea of blue

Living in the Lexington market area and being a true University of Louisville fan, the Courier-Journal app is my major source of information for my teams. Thank you.


Too glitchy
Licensegirl

It's not intuitive and functions that we are supposed to have access to like comics and crossword are impossible to find. You have to use the search bar, and then when it goes to the page, it glitches and freezes and never loads.


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tired48

Little news. Lot of sports. No editorials of substance. Two quality journalists: Gershon and Puckett. Corporate crap news for the most part.


Easy to Use App
Janelarsonross

I find the CJ app great when I am away from my paper copy. The update alerts let me know what is happening in Louisville.


Very timely and great info!
SAD2468

Keeps me up on the issues I need to know. Thanks CJ!!


Periodically pops up video ads
SonicBison

The latest release force you to have a subscription to read unlimited articles, so why are we still having pop up video ads?????????


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rogerdtaylor

HORRIBLE!!!!! Do not subscribe. It hangs up all the time, all the stories' images are impossibly-high resolution (I want the text of the news, not pictures of it. Fine in a printed edition, not fine online.), at least half of the stories have a video component (again, if I want video I'll watch television.) and the writing is horrendous. Most of the reporters and all of the copy editors should be fired. None of them can spell or construct a grammatically correct sentence. Who the heck do these managers hire to write and edit a former Pulitzer Prize winning newspaper? The CJ management appears to have no journalistic pride anymore. Roger Taylor Louisville, KY