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The Daily Mail and The Mail on Sunday Kindle Edition

3.3 out of 5 stars 414 customer reviews

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With countless awards for outstanding news reporting, dazzling features, authoritative sports coverage and outspoken columnists, the Daily Mail is one of the UK's most successful newspapers - and now it has a new edition for the Kindle.

The Mail has brilliant daily sections - Life and Style on Monday, Good Health on Tuesday, Money Mail on Wednesday, Femail on Thursday, It's Friday on Friday and Travel Mail on Saturday.

Its columnists, from Richard Littlejohn and Melanie Phillips to Jan Moir and Janet Street-Porter, are strong, independent voices. And in sport, among other great names, you'll hear from Jamie Redknapp and Martin Samuel.

Saturday's paper has Weekend magazine featuring TV listings, celebrity interviews, recipes, gardening and exclusive columns by Jamie Oliver and Monty Don.


The Mail on Sunday wraps up the week, packed with news, features, personal finance and sport. The Kindle edition now offers the Mail on Sunday's three separate print sections - You magazine for her, Live magazine for him and Review for the best of the arts and books. Among its unmissable columnists are Piers Morgan, Chris Evans, Liz Jones, Peter Hitchens, Suzanne Moore, Gary Neville and Patrick Collins.

Having undergone a complete overhaul, the Kindle edition of the Mail now contains all the stories featured in the print editions. Multiple sections make navigation much easier - and most stories are accompanied by pictures or graphics.

The Kindle edition, led by a team of dedicated editors, also includes daily TV and radio listings. Our celebrated cartoonists Mac and Pugh are there as well. Unfortunately, puzzles like the crossword and sudoku are not available.

Issues are automatically delivered wirelessly to your Kindle so you can read them from 6am London time. So if you're in America you can read the following day's Mail before you go to bed!

Enjoy the Mail on the Kindle - wherever you happen to be.

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Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Publisher: Associated Newspapers Ltd (4 Jan. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001S2PQY4
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars 414 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,607 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I have had a trial of the Daily Mail Kindle Edition for the past 6 days, I am not very impressed. Not a lot of care seems to have been taken with "typesetting" with many broken words, missing letters and numbers. There are a few photos but they seem to have been arbitrarily chosen and where a photo is refered to in the next it is not there! The Kindle is a great Platform as I can see from my books, it's a shame that not more care and thought was put into the newspaper's Kindle edition. I shall try some of the other papers, hopefully they will be better constructed.
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I have rencelty started using a kindle and thought it was great when I saw that you could have newspaper subscriptions sent straight to it. I don't tend to buy newspapers and often miss the news due to the shifts I work and have often found myself not knowing about things that everyone else is talking about.

I have read the reviews of this subscription and was rather disappointed and put off by some of the reviews about there being lots of mistakes is the text etc. so thought it best not to bother with the subscription. I did however see a review by someone that tried the subscription initially when it first started and thought it was bad but then gave it another go and thought it had been improved.

This in mind I decided to give it a go especially as the 14 day trial is free and though what have I got to lose. I was expecting to see lots of mistakes and for the articles to be all over the place however I was delighted to find that wasn't the case - the only exception being that sometimes the headline for a new article will be under the last article rather then starting a new page but this doesn't bother me as it's still quite clear that it is a new article.

From reading the previous reviews it seems that someone somewhere has definately been listening to the comments that people have made to improve the service. Granted today is my first day of my trial but I'm more than happy with what I have recieved.

If you are looking at these reviews and they're putting you off I'd suggest doing the free trial so see for yourself what you're actually getting, from what I've received today I'm happy to continue to pay for the service once my trial ends.

The headline on the page before the article may not be everyone's cup of tea but at the end of the day getting the paper in digital form is saving trees and whats more important?

Give it a go - what have you go to lose? The trial is free.
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If you want to read the Mail on your Kindle that's what you get - personally, as I travel a lot, I really liked being able to get the articles and read them at breakfast.

By the end of my free trial, however, I felt really disappointed and didn't feel it worth the money. There are some terrible spelling mistakes, many many typos and text inserted into the middle of articles incorrectly. Photos/pictures seem to be randomly inserted - not inserted when the article mentions it, only one picture of two inserted (i.e. a before and after - and usually the 'before'). I'm not going to pay the subscription as it will only allow the Mail to keep charging the public for poor quality - shame on the Mail for not wanting to do better.

Until the above problems are sorted out I would recommend trying the other trials and then making a decision on which is best - quality on the Kindle Telegraph is good, but no pictures. I'm trying the Times next....
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This is a review of the application as used on my Kindle (...and not a review of the journalism).

I was looking forward to getting the mail on my Kindle but unfortunately it's a tedious experience as the page turns are so slow that I thought the kindle had 'locked up' as there was no response to the selector button. So I hit the selector again, usually just as it responded to the first click, and ended up somewhere I didn't intend to be.

Other than that. the lack of graphics is a bit of a turn off but after 3 trial issues I cancelled the subscription as it was just such a pain putting up with the user unfriendliness of the 'App' Shame really as their online website provides one of the best experiences in layout, being able to find the articles you're interested in and general user friendliness.
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I have to agree with JohnB's comments, the overall presentation for me is not bad at all. I am a novice user of the Kindle, & after the usual book loading decided to take the trial Mail version. For the last three days I have been pleased with the content. A few pictures here & there & the odd text error, but that does not detract from the idea of downloading the 'paper content' each morning. Rather than print-on-fingers & finding enough air space to open the paper on the train, without upsetting someone has worked for me.
I also like the facility of 'clipping' articles, which is so much easier & convenient than keeping the paper to show elsewhere or keep for reference, which you never do because you can't remember where you put the damn thing.
I for one have not experienced the 'slow' page turning that was reported, & at nearly 30p a copy each day I will be subscribing.
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Kindle needs to get its act together if they want the newspapers to succeed. I trialled the Mail along with the independent and have discontinued both of them, mainly because of the clunky way that the kindle handles newspapers. I still took the paper edition, [until today] because an advert appeared for the Ipod version. I own an I pod touch which I bought over a year ago and downloaded the aps. The result is a newspaper with lots of pictures and in colour for wait for it FREE.
I dropped the independent because they have shot themselves in the foot with the introduction of the 20 p mini paper

Good luck whichever choice you make
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