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The Dayton Daily News ePaper is formatted in the same page-by-page format as print and you can read it on iPad or iPhone. It is the complete newspaper “delivered” to you each morning via a push notification before 6 a.m. It is a convenient way for Dayton Daily News subscribers to access our local in-depth journalism wherever you are — and it is easy to navigate.
• Organized and simple to use, with multiple ways to view each section, plus a table of contents
• Access to a whole week of newspapers and archives
• Dayton Daily News ePaper-only expanded community news and special sections
• Easy to share stories by email, Facebook and Twitter
• Easy access to comics, obituaries and sales circulars
• Quick loading pages
• Reader-friendly format and adjustable font size
• Download for reading offline
• The price of our subscription is $9.99 for 1 month
• 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 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
Terms of our Visitor Agreement: https://www.daytondailynews.com/news/local/visitor-agreement/rDmdGWLRkDErGMiMidjfUI/
If you have problems with the Dayton Daily News ePaper, please contact us at [email protected] and we'll be happy to help you.
This app doesn't work. It goes into an infinite loop asking you to log in, but never lets you actually read the paper.
After using for months login is blocked AGAIN. Took 4 days for CS to respond. They've asked me to not use private browsing, to allow cookies, and to allow ad tracking. Gee, give up all my privacy?! So I tried that and reloaded app. Still no joy.
I have been using this app for almost a year and have provided feedback on multiple occasions. As my concerns have never been addressed... Issues - sign in loop. For no apparent reason, application will prompt user to authentic. Upon authentication, application with prompt again and again and again. Rendering of content looks fine in page view, but double-tap an article and rendering results in words spelled wrong, strange hyphenation, often sentences are garbled.
Used to work just fine. It now opens, but only partially, not allowing you to view the pages. Just keeps saying "loading". Needs work.
I find it interesting that to view my digital subscription that I pay you for will not allow me to view the content of the newspaper on my iPad. Tell me why Dayton Daily do you believe I should keep paying 9.99 to read the paper when I can't read the paper because the software you developed for the app does not work properly. Cancelling my subscription.
Generally getting the paper this way has been very good, however at times it fails to download, you cannot print articles readily from this method of reading, and I've had to delete the entire app and download it again to get it to function. Other than that, the Dayton Daily News beats the Cincinnati Enquirer in every way!
For the third time in the same number of years the app won't accept my password, even though the password works fine in a web browser. Yes, I have uninstalled the app. Yes, reset the iPad and then reinstalled the app. Maybe with the next update it will let me access the paper on the app again.
This app won't open - just spins and tells me "loading". I feel ripped off since I'm paying for this app as part of my subscription. I have even deleted it and reinstalled but nothing. Should be a zero star since it doesn't work.
Since the last update, it crashes every day at least once
Often fails to load the current version of the paper. Don't think they ever update the app. Not any better than home delivery which is often problematic. If you can't deliver electronically or in person, why have a newspaper?