Haaretz subscribers now get more with updated iPhone app
Handy smartphone application, which keeps Haaretz readers up to date while on the go, offers more content and a cleaner interface while fixing crash issues and repairing bugs.
The Haaretz iPhone app, which allows Haaretz readers to access the latest breaking news from Israel and beyond from their smartphones on the go, has gotten an update.
The app, which can be downloaded from Apple's AppStore, has been specially designed to allow readers instantaneous access to breaking news from Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish world, along with the newspaper’s renowned and influential opinion articles and analyses.
The app and additional features are available exclusively to Haaretz subscribers. To subscribe, click here
In addition to news and opinion on Israel and the Middle East, it allows users to read, share and comment on coverage of the Jewish world and the North American Jewish community. Exclusive interviews with Israeli and international figures and in-depth features exploring all aspects of Israeli society plus easy access to Shabbat and Jewish holiday times and weather conditions, are also available.
The new version, which takes readers' reviews and feedback into account, offers several updated features, including:
- More content for subscribers. Breaking news will remain free.
- Allowing users to contact our Customer Service directly from the app.
- Making it easier to access our popular Shabbat Times feature from the main navigation bar.
- Easing the login and registration process.
- Featuring a cleaner interface and overall design.
- Fixing crash issues and repairing bugs.
Haaretz also offers an app for Android smartphones as well as a special iPad app, which brings together the best of Haaretz’s widely respected news, features, opinions and blogs, as well as instant updates and news flashes from Haaretz’s popular website.
Subscribing is quick and easy, and allows you unlimited access to Haaretz website, apps, a daily iPad edition, interactive features, newsletters and less advertising. You could subscribe here starting at just $1 for the first month.
To download the Haaretz iPhone app, click here.
Click here to download our iPad app.
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