The Detroit News

The Detroit News

By Gannett

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2014-09-19
  • Current Version: 5.5.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 107.32 MB
  • Developer: Gannett
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 3,951 Ratings


From critically acclaimed storytelling and photography, to rich-media videos, we're able to not only tell the news, but allow you to be completely immersed in it. And with our local-to-national coverage, you can add news stories happening right in your own communities. FEATURES: • NEWS: Browse national, local and most popular stories to keep you connected. • NEWS ALERTS: Get news as it breaks by opting in for push notifications on News, Sports, Life, Money or Tech. Rich notifications allow you to get an article preview, 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 sports scores and schedules for NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, MLS, Golf, NASCAR, Indy Car, UFC, Fantasy sports and college football and basketball. • SAVED STORIES: Save your favorite stories to read later. • NIGHT MODE: Enable this feature to view the app using a black background and white text. • 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. AD-FREE SUBSCRIPTION OPTION: 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. Privacy Policy: Terms of Service: TELL US WHAT YOU THINK: Our app features are constantly being improved based on your feedback, so we welcome you to 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



  • Editing

    By Carhauler4u
    Please use an editor. So many errors. Even messed up a list of 11 michigan billionaires.
  • Like the news, dislike the new super obnoxious ads

    By KevinHall
    The new video ads that pop open 3 or more times while reading one article are ridiculous. I’m fine with ads, I get wanting to push subscriptions, but interrupting reading a single article with the same full screen ad multiple times is just obnoxious.
  • Great App. Biased content

    By Duped 2
    Really tired of the biased slant on nearly all stories. This deviates from the News/Free Press code of journalistic ethics and integrity. Just tell the news like it is. If I need an opinion, I will turn to the editorial section. As such, I will get my news elsewhere.
  • Ok

    By Hoodlum1720
    The app is ok, but should stop the race baiting articles.
  • Worst. Paper. Ever.

    By Evo153
    How is this shell of a paper not bankrupt yet?!?
  • Good

    By DangerDave123789
    It’s good
  • So much better

    By Bull mom
    To echo some other reviews the News is so much more balanced than the Free Press which I found almost impossible to read- the journalists (if you can call them that) were just about their own personal feelings devoid of any facts - figures since they are a branch of USA TODAY - the News gives a good perspective and analysis. Enjoying the read so far.
  • Great

    By rebelchef
  • Good News

    By D. Rushlow
    I am originally from Wayne. I am retired military living in Ohio. The only way I keep up with sports and news in the Detroit area is with the Detroit News online!!! Thank you Detroit News for making this available!!!
  • Detroit newspapers

    By A. Winklepleck
    Both the News and Freep are outstanding reads. I’ve lived my life in metro Detroit and have read these two papers since I learned to do so.