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The Herald & Sunday Herald Kindle Edition

3.3 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews

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The Herald is Scotland's most popular quality newspaper. Formerly the Glasgow Herald its respected and authoritative journalism has been informing the nation for 228 years and it is the newspaper of choice for Scotland's politicians, business and professional classes. The Herald's team of specialist correspondents and columnists cover all aspects of life in Scotland, from news to business to social affairs to politics to sport, whilst the legendary Diary keeps an eye on the lighter side of life in Scotland. With Scotland facing an independence referendum in the near future The Herald is particularly focussed on ensuring the constitutional debate is covered in depth over the next few years. The Kindle edition is available every day of the week with news, sport, lifestyle and opinion pieces from both The Herald and Sunday Herald .

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Publisher: Herald & Times Group (22 May 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0071K7DU2
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #117,131 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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At last a Scottish newspaper on the Kindle. Used to get the Independent on Kindle, but the complete lack of Scottish perspective stories meant I eventually ditched it. Refreshing to have a the Herald and Sunday Herald available to read so easily with the a mixture of UK, international and Scottish stuff. You get both Herald and Sunday herald on this subscription. I am only an occasional buyer of newspapers, mostly the Scotsman or Independent and Sunday Herald (which is excellent). The Herald Kindle version seems to have more to read than its broadsheet print version, although I'm sure this is is not the case (not a fan or broadsheet formats any more). I can only compare with the Kindle Independent offering, the format, navigation and layout is the same. All round I am reading more 'Herald newsprint' because of the Herald on Kindle and love the Scottish perspective news not previously available from any other Kindle offering.
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I have no idea what the other two reviewers are griping about. I am, admittedly, a fan of the Herald (and the Scotsman ) due to the excellent well-researched and intelligent content. However I am sceptical of copy-and-paste e-editions that are poorly formatted and ill-considered. Thankfully this is not the case here.

The e-Herald is helpfully divided into appropriate sections with headlines that can be clicked to reveal the full article. The content is as full as the paper copy and there are even pictures on some articles. The sport section is as full as I wold expect although I am interested to know if league tables will be published when the football and rugby seasons recommence.

The only items missing are the crossword, the cartoon, and an unintelligable Glaswegian touting the latest edition on Sauchiehall Street.
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The Kindle version costs the same as the Ipad version on a monthly basis, yet the iPad gets all the supplements & the full paper. I really hate reading books on the Ipad, and this is where the Kindle excels, but it's the opposite with magazines/newspapers.
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I have had a subscription for 3 years but will be cancelling it today. Previously the number of articles was reasonable and they were clearly split into categories which made it easy to find content. Now although the categories are still there it is pot luck what you will find in any given section. The number of articles hss also decreased significantly. I think it is clear that the kindle version is a token effort and perhaps small numbers of subscribers means they are not taking it seriously. The other digital versions are much better and half the price so I will continue to subscribe. Pity - I enjoyed using the kindle to read my paper. I have contacted them previously about theses issues and possible improvements with no successful outcome. Update : on the day I submit my review there is a vast improvement in both content and categorisation. Shame it cannot be consistent.
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Good to get quick easy access to the Herald when I cannot get a paper copy. I buy the current edition and do not have a subscription. It works well and I get to read good Scottish journalism on the move. Only gripe is I don't get an option to download it to my Kindle fire (only kindle or my android phone).
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As a Yes campaigner in the recent referendum my husband was gratified to see that one Newspaper [ Sunday Herald ] was displaying a balanced view in a democratic Society
He used to believe that Newspapers reported the news in a balanced fashion
Since the Referendum he now only purchases the Sunday Herald which is informative and balanced ,with a high standard of reporters and articles.
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So good to get a Scotttish perspective anywhere I am in the world! Thanks Herald, I know more about what is happening in Scotland while living in Uganda than my dad in Glasgow. I would appreciate a 'weather' section, which is missing. There is plenty on Scottish football, though no table to let you know a team's standing. As with most of the media in Scotland, I am not convinced of unbiased writing on the independence debate. Otherwise, I feel much closer to home with a downloaded copy of the Herald in my hand.
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My favourite newspaper - I was born in Glasgow and my grandfather always read this paper - I loved the amazing Buchanan Street Herald offices and marvelled at the newspapers being printed before my very eyes - it was a wonderful site !! I wanted to be a journalist at the Herald but my ideas of university were quashed !

Many years later, I was delighted that I was offered an opportunity at the Birmingham Post newspaper working on feature ideas, and I loved it -great colleagues, great city, great times and I do love broadsheet newspapers !
Best wishes to all my mates at The Birmingham Post.
Maggie Ferguson

Lucky me, and I managed to work in 2 great cities with great mates.
Maggie Ferguson
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