With the Los Angeles Times iOS app for iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch, 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, Kings, Dodgers, 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 we've just added Jonathan Gold's 101 Best Restaurants (free for digital subscribers, or available for a $2.99 one-time in-app purchase), so you can take L.A.'s best dining guide with you whenever you go out.
The story begins here.
• Stay in the know: Sign up for push notifications to get the latest breaking news from our newsroom
• Section-to-section swiping: Easily browse through section fronts without leaving your page
• Customizable navigation: Add, remove or rearrange section fronts organized by topic
• Save for later: Save must-read stories, photos and videos for when you have the time to enjoy them
• See your progress: Articles that have been read are greyed out to make your reading experience more efficient
• Browse your way: Turn your tablet device sideways for an entirely different visual experience (iPad only)
• 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
• Download the app to enjoy 5 free stories each month. For full access, try a free month of Unlimited Digital Access to the app and to latimes.com; then it's only $7.99 a month.
• 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
• If you’re a current digital subscriber, sign in with your email address and password to get unlimited access to the app’s content. If you're a current print subscriber, activate your account at latimes.com/activate to get unlimited app access before you sign in to the app.
• You can read our Terms of Service here: http://www.tronc.com/central-terms-of-service/
• Questions about your subscription, including adding or removing Web access to latimes.com from your app access, can be directed to Customer Service: 213-347-5300.
TECHNICAL HELP AND ASSISTANCE:
We've been working hard to fix any and all crashes in the app. If you are experiencing crashes or freezes after installing our update, please contact us at [email protected] A quick email to our support team helps our developers identify and resolve crashes faster.
The applications LA Times: Your California News was published
in the category News on 2010-06-21 and
was developed by Tribune Interactive.
The file size is 64.81 MB.
The current version is 4.6 and works well on
9.0 and high ios versions.
Leaner, faster, better. We've been working on some performance enhancements to improve your experience. We also fixed a bug that was keeping our iOS "Today" screen widget from showing recent top stories.
Love this app. I can see my news "old style" in newspaper layout or as a list of titles with article previews. Much easier than I thought it would be to use.
I have a newspaper subscription which includes digital access. I can never get the app to work. I get stopped after five stories, then it's a bear getting to the login. Then you login and the password doesn't work, so you try reset and 10 minutes later you don't have a reset. I subscribe to four newspapers - three include paper delivery and one is just digital, and I am SO frustrated with LAT. I guess tomorrow I'll try reminding them again that I'm a subscriber. I wish they would make this friendlier to the subscribers. Makes me mad, have been a reader for 40 years.
While I've had this app for awhile over time it has become increasingly worse as each update brings multiple changes that instead of improving the site damage the experience all to often this app crashes and theres no enjoyment in that,These are but an few reasons while I'd not recomend and will be deleting! What previously was an free app now there's an throttling approach just like going over your data after two stories you're shown a warning you've met the maximum and no more stories unless you buy a subscription. What a piece of crap now!! Used to be good bring back the freedom to be informed
And then some. Love it!
The LA Times app is great because it helps me stay connected and informed, especially about local issues, in our fast-paced world. As a native Southern Californian, receiving the daily print edition of the newspaper was a constant in my life for as long as I can remember. Spending the morning with the print edition, especially on Sundays, was a treasured ritual. Now, thanks to a busy work schedule and other obligations, there's no time to savor the print edition - I really miss the tactile pleasure of handling the paper. The LA Times app is the next best thing and I know I can rely on it to stay informed. Keep up the good work!
I should say I appreciate the investigative work and California follows that the LA Times does. Love this app.. solid.. easy to bookmark, share. I'm still a fan of the news that's laid out and curated by editors so I also appreciate the e-paper as a good companion to this app. Bravo LA Times --
This is always an annoyance when I sit down on a plane and discover... darn, I forgot to dig into the menu and make the choice... then wait a while while it downloads. The app should in the least allow me to select an option to always download in the background. This is a feature of the NYTimes solution to the same question. Could be worse, one of my devices has an Android version of the LATimes app which keeps reminding me that I have x of 5 remaining articles to read .. even though I can clearly see that I am logged in to my subscription... I need to ask app support about that, that would tell me if the LATimes app support group is anywhere near as good as that for the NYTimes.
I like that LA Times gives me a news feed up front, and if I want I can still open up the e-newspaper. I would almost give this app all 5 stars, but it is clumsy for copying a particular quote that I may want to paste and save somewhere else.
I tend to share articles fairly often on Facebook, always with a quote from the article, but I very rarely share LA Times articles because the app does not support copy and paste. It's really too bad, because it would otherwise be free publicity for the paper. Here's what I do when I just HAVE to share an article: I take a screenshot of the portion of the article I want to quote, and then in Photos I crop down to the paragraph I want. I then hit the share button and put it into an email, where I can see the screenshot. I engage Siri and dictate the paragraph into the email. I then copy this dictated text, go back to the LA Times app, share the article to Facebook and paste in the text. It's ridiculous that I need to do this - and therefore I rarely do.
It's nice to get my newspaper via this app. But a major flaw is that suggested articles following stories link to the website and open in my BROWSER, not the app, which is super annoying.
App opens quickly, no long waits usually. Layout of paper is ok not to exciting, biggest problem for me is font & gray font color. Why. Makes reading articles difficult.
I just paid for this subscription but every story i read warns me that i need to subscribe, beyond frustrating, and screen is so covered with ads that i cant read articles. Stick with the nytimes
My salvo at getting 'real news' is mainly here, although I get Washington Post & CNN feeds too. The local & Cali news is the best, sports- I mostly get elsewhere. The app works fine for me & seems to improve as we go along.
The photo and description indicate you can scroll through sections but with the update NO. I used to swipe through each section but had an article that was still on the Home & Garden page for 3 months and the App Help team said it was because I didn't have an updated version. As soon as I updated, I could no longer swipe between sections. I swipe left, read a list of sections, choose it and go to the section. To move to a new section, repeat. I no longer use the app and will probably cancel my subscription.
The app works great and does everything it needs to do. I am really enjoying it. I am a millennial and wanted to PAY for reputable news and vote with my dollars. I have always loved the times and chose to get the subscribe electronically to the LA times. Thank you!
LA Times app is fine. Accessing news through the Apple News app is fine. I was not able to access latimes.com from a computer. LA Times customer service tried to tell me "Unlimited Digital Access" didn't include their website. Then they tried to tell me that LA Times were not the right ones to call for website access issues because they are not affiliated with Apple. Huh? After many back and forth emails, it just wasn't worth it. Canceled.
The categories of articles used to be on the left, vertically arranged. It was easy to see a large number of them and easy to quickly scroll through them. Now they are in small, faint, hard to read gray type. Only a few can be seen a time, because they must be scrolled sideways. They are difficult to scroll and select. The list of articles on the screen is very slow to load more articles as you scroll down. Searches are excruciatingly slow and sometimes appear to freeze the app. When a search does work, it brings up a lot of unrelated results, regardless of the search terms. The old app was ugly but useable. I prefer to read the paper on the web site rather than use this app. Check out the NY Times for an app that really gets it right.
The paper is great the app is poor!
Still seems to be an abridged version of the paper. Much faster to read a printed edition and you get far more solid content. Needs an e edition that displays a full version of the paper.
The fonts are too light and too small, no pictures.