- Mar 19, 2010
Subscription July 4 2010, it is free till then, well not free but the cost is picked up by another company. Read it in the USA Today app.
Yeah I agree about the "up front" part. Toyota, are you taking notes?I have no issue with USA Today having a fee, but on the App Store page that info is not in the description. I only read it in an article on USA Today, I think that is a bad way to conduct things, why not be straight up with the cost instead of hiding it. I like USA Today, I used to have it on my iPod, I like the newspaper as well.
If they charge me, I want (like you said) more articles, the app also has ads, but then again so do all newspapers, so I guess I will shut up and go with the flow
The problem is that all of these publishing entities coming out of the gate seem to think people will pay full newsstand pricing for a single issue. They don't seem to get that we view this as: no paper / no presses / no transportation = lower cost.Well I guess I won't be using that app. Im sure someone else just as good will come by for free.