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The applications RGJ News was published
in the category News on 2011-05-05 and
was developed by Gannett.
The file size is 76.86 MB.
The current version is 4.12.0 and works well on
9.0 and high ios versions.
• Fixed a bug that was causing video pop up ads to appear in the app.
• Performance and stability improvements.
• Questions about your subscription? Check out Subscription Support in the app's Settings.
I subscribe to several news apps but none are as good as this. Great accurate reporting, consise app and my morning need to knows are right on.
Great way to get your local news on a daily basis.
Well I'm traveling this is a great way to keep up-to-date with local news and events.
Like the easy format and relevant information. Old news gets stale.
Works all the time, easy to send articles reads. Very well would like to see news down to a local level or by zip code. Weather/ radar work great. Easy to use format
As an ex-Reno resident, I appreciate having a source of news that is pertinent to my needs. Anticipating moving back to the area eventually, the paper is keeping me in the "know" as to the Reno area. I find the reporting and writing to be better than almost all other newspapers that I read!
Keeps me up to date with the latest news. User friendly.
RGJ keeps the Reno area well informed about what's going on here
Easy to read layout, great photos and information on local happenings.
I enjoy this app keeps me up to date on things out west
Nevada continues to see low college readiness test scores.
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Tioga Pass in Yosemite opens to cars Thursday via @rgj
I had this app until RGJ decided I have to pay for a subscription. Why should I pay for the same news I can get for free from better newspapers. Disappointing!!!
Great app, but would like a easier link for the crime and courts section. Thanks! Update: 12 bucks a month for an app?????deleted. Very sad rgj nobody wants to pay for this. My free channel 2 news app is more informative and FREE.
You have to be kidding. I will never pay to get information that is misconstrued 90% of the time. I only ever used this app for when I was out of town to see if there was anything I might need to look into and research. Nice going RGJ! Canceling my paper subscription now too. You are way too greedy for me.
I knew RGJ was getting worse day by day, now they have hit bottom. Not one review above one star, who are the brain dead people who thought of this? Get a clue, the Wall Street News and the New York Times gives you free news. Wake up and smell the coffee, the advertisers should pay, not the readers, otherwise the advertisers won't have anyone to advertise to.
I have paper delivery of RGJ. I have activated my digital subscription but this app tells me No Subscription Found when I use my digital login. This apps needs to be fixed NOW. RGJ you really blew it.
Used this app since the beginning. Upgrade forces subscription.
Horrible! No way to create login.
The upgrade forces login, but there is no way to create a login. I subscribe to the paper version of the newspaper, but was unable to get it connected to the app. Much like the writing in the RGJ, this app is ill conceived and difficult to follow.
Invite me to "upgrade" free? Then with no attempt to sell me on becoming a subscriber add a login page with an unknown password. When I don't have the PWD announce that I cannot use the app anymore until I purchase a subscription. It's unlikely that everyone that used the app in the past would choose to subscribe, but this is bait and switch without any attempt to appear to be otherwise. Although I would have considered subscribing if invited, I am unlikely to do so when cornered with a blind-side attack like this.
Yet another troubled news paper which failed to innovate and is now trying to get by through collecting subscription fees from readers. Do not download, not worth the time or money.