Boston Herald e-Edition App Description & Overview
Subscribers to the Boston Herald's print edition have access to the e-Edition as an included benefit of your print subscription. Sign in using your Boston Herald account.
**This application requires iOS 6.0 or above**
To connect your Boston Herald account to the iPhone app: Click on "settings" at the bottom of the page, then click on "preview" and enter account info.
To connect your Boston Herald account to the iPad app: Click on "authorize" at the top of the page, then enter account info.
*Herald e-Edition subscriptions are available for $9.99 for four weeks and can be purchased on Newsstand or at the iTunes store.
•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
•Your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and the cost of renewal is $9.99 every 4-weeks.
•You may manage your subscriptions and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your Account Settings after purchase
•No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period
•Any unused portion of a free trial period, will be forfeited when you purchase an in-app subscription or if you decide to migrate to an authorized subscription from in-app.
*Single issues can be purchased on Newsstand or at the iTunes store without a subscription to the Boston Herald for our newsstand price: $1.00 for the daily and Sunday edition.
* In iOS 7 and 8, Newsstand will automatically download each day's Herald to your device by 5:00 a.m. To enable delivery allow "Push Notifications" and turn on "Auto Download" within the app.
*Two ways to read stories: in the replica "Page View" or as text and photos in "SmartFlow View" (Page by page slide view).
*Web links and phone numbers are clickable in stories and in ads.
*Share articles via email, Facebook and Twitter.
*Use text-to-speech option to listen to the entire newspaper, or individual stories.
*Back issues are available for downloading for 7 days
Speed improvements - Read preloaded pages while your download is in progress.
Optimization enhancements - load only those parts of the app that are needed for your iDevice.
iOS 10 support and compatibility fixes
-Resolved a calendar selection issue with 30 day calendar
-iPad Pro Multi-Tasking support
Improved image handling
- Improved image resolution quality in all article images
- Better caching of images
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Boston Herald e-Edition Reviews
Used to be great, now just broken
By Ross McDonagh
My dad and I used to enjoy the e-editio very much, but now on iOS 7 we can't even get the library to load nevermind the fact that there's nowhere to write to for support. Totally broken, apple should yank this app.
Setting for "remove issues after" x days no longer works. Have deleted app and reinstalled app. Still not working.
Have to keep reinstalling
This app used to be good but now I have to UNINSTALL and REINSTALL every single day. Support was less than helpful.
By Cove view
It's a new game. The object is to read as many words as you can before the full page ad pops up. Then close the ad and try again. My record is 3 words. I'd much rather read news, but it won't let me. This app used to be the best news app available. What a shame.