With its emphasis on fine writing and original thought, Harper’s provides readers with a unique perspective on politics, society, the environment, and culture. Many of the essays, fiction, and reporting in the magazine are written by promising new voices, while our archive includes some of the most distinguished names in American letters, among them Annie Dillard, Barbara Ehrenreich, Jonathan Franzen, Mary Gaitskill, and David Foster Wallace. Harper’s also features award-winning photography and illustration from the likes of Lena Herzog, Samuel James, and Steve Mumford.
Issues on the Harper’s Magazine app include all stories and art from the print edition of the magazine. Each digital edition is designed to provide a straightforward and elegant reading experience on your tablet or smartphone.
Existing print subscribers can activate their subscription in the app and access Harper’s everywhere.
The app is free to download and includes free access to the Editor's picks – a weekly selection of articles from each week’s edition of The Economist.
Digital and print subscribers to The Economist receive unrestricted access to each week’s full print edition.
• Each week’s issue available from 9pm London time each Thursday
• Download each issue to your device to read without an internet connection
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• Share articles via e-mail, Twitter and Facebook
The Economist on Android operates on tablets and smartphones running Gingerbread, Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean.
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The Economist is a weekly international news and business publication, offering clear reporting, commentary and analysis on world current affairs, business, finance, science and technology, culture, society, media and the arts.
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Each Tsunami alert notification would be accompanied by a siren sound and generally it would last for few seconds depending upon the category of alert.For highest alert,it would last for 15 seconds(7 seconds during daytime) and for other information bulletins the siren would last for 2 seconds.
Note:This app relies on PTWC Tsunami warnings for Caribbean sea.(Atlantic Ocean)
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Newspapers listed in different categories. Why to have tens of different apps for different news when you can get all kind of news like politics, live sports update, Hollywood news, live stock market status, all of this in one app.
Papers are in different categories:
National, Business, Sports, Magazines, Technology and World newspapers.
Here is the list of few news papers and magazines available through this app:
Most of the US newspapers are included
National Newspapers :
Los Angeles Daily News
Los Angeles Times
New York Post
New York Times
San Francisco Chronicle
The New Yorker
U.S. News and World Report
The Wall Street Journal
The Washington Post
Business Newspapers :
International Business Times
The Business Journals
The Motely Fool
The Wall Street Journal
Sports News :
Boston Globe Sports
The Sporting News
Technology News :
World Newspapers :
El Diario Vasco
Sydney Morning Herald
Better Homes and Gardens
The Costco Connection
More categories and newspapers will be added soon.
This app only links to the famous newspaper and magazine sites available on internet. We do not claim any rights on the content provided in those sites. All content provided by the respective newspaper companies.
If you have any technical problem using this app, please email us. Also don’t forget to rate this app.
A great way to read EPW on your device.
• Each week’s issue available as soon as it is uploaded to the site
• Full text of the four most recent issues for free
• Subscribe from within the app for full access to the entire archives from 1966 onwards on Android tablets, Android smartphones, iPhone, iPad and epw.in
EPW on Android operates on tablets and smartphones running Gingerbread, Ice Cream Sandwich and Jelly Bean.
•130 newspapers, all just a single tap away!
•Optimized for the mobile news junkie. Spend your time reading, not searching and typing trying to get to the latest news.
•Dead simple interface.
•Clean non-cluttered design gets you to your content faster, and stays out of your way.
•All your favorite national news sites, plus tons of regional coverage.
•Share articles with friends!
•Missing something? Request a newspaper or feature and we'll add it.
With these newspapers and magazines:
•Harvard Business Review
•Green Bay Press Gazette
•New Haven Register
•Syracuse Post Standard
•State Journal Register
•Philadelphia Daily Newspaper
•San Bernardino County Sun
•Easton Express Times
•New York Times
•The New Yorker
•Press & Sun Bulletin
•Democrat & Chronicle
•Savannah Daily News
•Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
•Ventura County Star
•Knoxville News Sentinel
•St. Louis Post-Dispatch
•Myrtle Sun News
•Salt Lake City Tribune
•Austin American Statesman
•Lansing State Journal
•Napa Valley Register
•St. Petersburg Times
•Burlington Times News
•US News & World Report
•Wall Street Journal
•Dallas Morning News
•Detroit Free Press
•Honolulu Star Advertiser
•Kansas City Star
•LA Daily News
•Las Vegas R-J
•Las Vegas Sun
•South Bend Tribune
•Arizona Daily Star
•Daytona News Journal
•Des Moines Register
•Minneapolis Star Tribune
•San Antonio Express News
•San Jose Mercury News
•Asbury Park Press
•Lawrence Journal World
•NBC New York
•New York Post
•New York Times
•News & Observer
•San Fransico Chronicle
•Baltimore Sun and Washington Post
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dedicated Culture and Metropolitan sections.
Independent, fresh and forward-looking, it is the only newspaper that uses Simplied Chinese (standardized Chinese characters
prescribed for use in Mainland China after 1949) on the UK media market, targeting 400,000 Chinese readers.
The 48-page newspaper reaches an educated, opinion forming audience within the Chinese speaking community, with a weekly
circulation of 30,000 copies in 40 cities throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Currently, an ecient collaboration with media networks both in mainland China and around the world such as Europe, America and
Australia enables the Chinese Weekly to deliver the image of the UK to our readers currently outside the country.