• Category: News
  • Release Date: 2012-03-01
  • Current Version: 5.9.5
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 136.73 MB
  • Developer: USA TODAY
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 179,403 Ratings


From Pulitzer Prize winning storytelling and photography, to rich-media videos, USA TODAY not only delivers the news, but completely immerses you in it. With our local-to-national coverage, you can add news stories happening right in your own communities. FEATURES: • NEWS: Browse or search for national, local, most popular and recommended stories. • NEWS ALERTS: Get news as it breaks by opting in for push notifications on News, Sports, Life, Money or Tech. Rich notifications give you an article preview, plus save and share from your lock screen. • WEATHER: Be prepared with live weather information from hourly to 10-day forecasts. Enable location services to customize local weather news and other location-based services. (Continued use of GPS running in background can decrease battery life.) • SCORES: Stay up to speed on the latest NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, MLS, NCAA Football & Basketball scores as well as news from the worlds of Golf, NASCAR, IndyCar, UFC, Fantasy Sports and more. • PUZZLES: Enjoy USA TODAY created daily crossword and Sudoku (iPad only) puzzles. • MY TOPICS: Create a customized news feed with the topics that interest you most. Turn on notifications, and never miss out on the latest news that matters to you. • STOCKS: Get a clear picture of the financial world, from stocks and IPOs to taxes and takeovers. Get personal finance tips and advice to improve your portfolio. • SAVED STORIES: Save your favorite stories to read later. • NIGHT MODE: Enable this to view the app using a black background and white text. ADDITIONAL FEATURES: • APPLE WATCH: Link the app to your Apple Watch to receive alerts to the stories you want to know as they happen. • WIDGET: Get a quick update on the latest headlines from your Home and Lock screen! No time to read the full story? Tap the bookmark icon to save for later. • iPAD PRO ENHANCED: Experience our captivating photography and stories in full screen or multitasking mode. • 3D TOUCH: Use 3D touch on our app icon from the homescreen for a quick shortcut to weather and your saved stories. AD-FREE SUBSCRIPTION OPTION: Now available on iPhone and iPad - Subscribe today and experience great storytelling with no ads. Purchase an ad free subscription for $2.99/month with a 2 week free trial. Subscriptions are charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and automatically renew each month or year, unless turned off in your iTunes account settings at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. See "Subscription Support" in the app's Settings for more details and customer service contact information. Privacy Policy: Terms of Service: TELL US WHAT YOU THINK: Our app features are constantly being improved based on your feedback, so tell us what you love and what you’d like to see more (or less) of. Contact us at: or on Twitter @usatodaymobile. For additional information, please visit



  • Poor repetitive boring journalism

    By Bmjaadams
    Need to move on USA Today. Stop repeating the same old stories
  • An honest observation

    By ffgtrdgj'n
    I have been reading this USA Today for many years. This is the most disappointed I have been in the paper. The quality of journalism has consistently declined in the past years. The paper has strayed for investigative journalism and has resorted to cowardice political cheap shots and gossip news. It is no longer a credible news source.
  • Can’t do this anymore

    By okbgb
    I tried using this app to get news. Lead articles of opinions? What if Obama? I don’t care, give me news not what if’s And don’t stir the pot. I saw a article about wanting Blue Bell Ice Cream to change flavor names. Who is the editor that thinks this is news? Obviously they don’t.
  • To Many Notifications

    By Morgan313
    Even when quiet Time is scheduled I’m still getting notifications. I thought my Topic would reign them in. But no. I guess they just like sending you notifications. Even when you do everything in the app to slow them down. LOL
  • Extremely biased news source

    By Taylor LB killer album
    I downloaded this app thinking they would be different from your typical CNN, MSNBC, or Fox News app; instead I got just another example of out of touch elite leftist bias. They’d rather see our country burn than have one good thing to say about President Trump’s meeting with Kim Jong-Un.
  • Jaded

    By Typero
    Would love to have a news agency that keeps an unbiased political view. Yes, Trump is far from perfect but publishing negative article after negative article only shows your view and does more to separate the country as a whole then to unite.
  • Pathetic Propaganda

    By Love for Liberty
    More pathetic propaganda bashing successes and wishing for days of yore of squandering self loathing
  • Garbage!

    By Langurss
    Unhinged, no-talent moon-bats hellbent on opposition and anarchy. Written by idiots for idiots. Dishonest and disgraceful
  • Today I say Goodbye to USA Today

    By fugly_mofo
    I’ve been a user of USA Today’s app since it first debuted on the App Store many years ago. Other (admittedly better designed) apps have also come and gone. But what kept me coming back to USA Today was their middle of the road, non-spin delivery of the news. In recent years they did many things with advertising that detracted so much from the news reading experience that I banished the app to a folder, but still kept it around for those occasional times I wanted to browse news in spare time. Today I’m deleting USA Today app after coming across one “article” by Motley Fool. It is nothing short of an advertisement for a subscription to Motley Fool, there is literally zero value to it, yet it’s put in with the rest of the articles as if it’s a story, not an ad. Enough is enough. Goodbye USA Today, sorry to your journalists and editors who do their best to honor their education and past experience as newspeople. Your revenue folks have won. I will miss those first several years- you all were as much a part of my life as anything else in my daily routine. Sad to see you go but there are no qualms about it and this reader is no “Fool”.
  • Fake news and links to financial fraud sites

    By /\/\/\ ALP /\/\/\
    USA Today shows fake news under the name “sponsored” news. Some of these fake news include financial fraud websites, such as Motley Fool. Motley Fool will post stories with clickbait titles on USA Today; however, there will not be a content inside. You will be asked to click on links to learn what was promised in the title, followed by demands of money to purchase access to the aforementioned false information. How low has USA Today come down!