Cincinnati.com

Cincinnati.com

By Gannett

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2014-03-06
  • Current Version: 5.23.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 271.63 MB
  • Developer: Gannett
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 3,846 Ratings

Description

We’re Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky’s largest newsroom, uncovering news that matters to the people in our community. We’ve won awards from all across the country, including a Pulitzer Prize for local news. But none of that matters to us as much as this fundamental idea: We’re here to seek the truth, to understand the world around us, and to understand one another. APP FEATURES: • Access all of Cincinnati.com and The Cincinnati Enquirer’s in-depth coverage, including things to do around town and analysis of the Bengals, Reds, Bearcats, high school teams, and more. • Enjoy a streamlined, fast-loading experience that makes it easy to view the stories, photos, and videos that matter to you. • Get breaking news, sports scores, and weather alerts with real-time notifications tailored to your interests. • Customize your experience by saving your favorite stories, adjusting text size, using night mode, or reading offline. SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION: • The Cincinnati.com app is free to download and all users can access a sampling of free articles every month. • For unlimited access to all content, subscribe now and get 30 days free ($7.99/month after). Or if you are already a subscriber to The Cincinnati Enquirer, you can sign in with your existing subscription. • 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. Your iTunes account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage your subscriptions and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription, where applicable. See "Subscription Support" in the app's Settings for more details and customer service contact information. MORE INFORMATION: • Privacy Policy: http://static.cincinnati.com/privacy/ • Terms of Service: http://static.cincinnati.com/terms/ • Questions or Comments: mobilesupport@gannett.com

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Reviews

  • Great Resource

    5
    By theonlybearcat1
    A great resource to stay up to date locally and all over the country.
  • Great Journalists

    5
    By Don19530402
    The Cincinnati Enquirer is blessed to have such outstanding and dedicated journalists when the industry is going through major transformative changes. Thank all of you for your high-quality work.
  • You have to subscribe to read

    1
    By bloodhound sussex
    Most articles require a subscription to be able to read. The headline notification alerts sound great but can’t open without paying. I’ll stick to my free local news channel apps.
  • Great news publication

    4
    By cinciholic
    I look forward to reading the top stories everyday. I am a sports junkie, there are always great reports and articles to read.
  • Send less breaking news updates

    3
    By adh538
    Shootout between police and gunman is breaking news. Farm pays off tax debt is not breaking news. Decent otherwise.
  • Not as good as the old one

    1
    By Twoeggheads
    Can’t read as easily- also cannot read the version that is printed for sale or delivery like it used to be.
  • Cincinnati.com

    5
    By jersey260
    Outstanding site. From exactly 1000 miles from home, it makes me feel at home.
  • A constant disappointment

    1
    By Hilltopper Mom
    Paid subscription and zero access. What a pain!
  • Very limited free reading

    2
    By Rebb42
    Unlike other cities, Cincinnati app is very restrictive with free articles. I turn to Philly.com for my former hometown news. I would subscribe to the Cincinnati Enquirer print edition but it’s printed in Columbus and thus, misses all night news.
  • Keep it simple stupid

    1
    By i may be stupid but
    For a company specializing in communication you need to go back to school. This web site is far to complicated

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