Post Dispatch E-Edition

3.9
115 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this app

Looking to have the St. Louis Post-Dispatch at your fingertips? Then look no further than the Post-Dispatch e-Edition from PressReader Inc. With the Post-Dispatch e-Edition, all sections are presented as full-content digital replicas, in their original layout. Flip pages, pan and zoom in to view any page, article or photo in stunning clarity.
Updated on
Apr 12, 2021

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3.9
115 reviews
A Google user
December 10, 2018
There are nice navigation features in the newspaper view. For example, if you tap on "see A5," the app will quickly take you to the rest of the story on page A5. Some days this feature does not work for some reason. The text view option could be improved. I think the text view actually works and looks better on the web browser version of the e-reader. Overall, I enjoy using this app and prefer it to reading articles on the stltoday website.
8 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
July 8, 2019
I do like getting the paper this way but it stops working 5 or 6 times during each use. It restarts but it gets annoying. Also, a single tap on the screen brings up a list of pages on the bottom of the screen but that experience keeps changing. Sometimes it is section titles, sometimes each page number. But when you tap on a page number it just visually shows a range of pages with that page amoung them so you have to fgure out which page it is.
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A Google user
May 1, 2019
Can be a little challenging to use at times and overly responsive to touch. Sometimes, there are just numbers at page bottom, and other times words describing sections, with no rhyme or reason. But, overall, it works and vets the job done.
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What's new

Performance improvement and new design.