The latest news stories, photos, and videos you've come to expect from USA TODAY are now available in a beautiful way on your phone, tablet, or desktop. The scrolling works in a vertical direction which is what I've been looking for.Staying informed has never been this quick, easy, or enjoyable. The tile is useless for dynamic news - so there's no purpose for it to be there, informing me! It might as well just be a non-live, text link to USA Today's website, because all it is is a one-story tile. Like a few other news tiles, this one is a buggy or non-working POS. For some reason the other news apps are sticking to a horizontal scrolling and small font size which is uncomfortable to read.The API has changed, but is available and a (perhaps more complex) patch can be made. =sigh= So all evidence is pointing toward an invalidated API key for (as far as I can tell now) ONLY the stories, which matches both the evidence, the app's behavior on the device, and it's behavior in my development-environment. This is the only one that might apply under the circumstances. On June 11, 1981, Gannett printed the first prototypes of the proposed publication; the copies, which displayed two proposed design layouts, were mailed to various newsmakers and prominent leaders in journalism for review and input.The Gannett Company's Board of Directors approved the launch of the national newspaper, which would be titled USA Today, on December 5, 1981; with the launch, Neuharth was appointed president and publisher of the newspaper, adding those responsibilities to his existing position as Gannett's chief executive officer.
It will be 118 feet wide and 162 feet tall and is estimated to cost at least 4 million.
Rich notifications allow you to get an article preview, save and share from your lock screen.
• VIRTUAL REALITY: Bring the news to life with 360° video and virtual reality.
Version 1.1 adds integration with Facebook and support for additional Twitted clients.
Sure it brings the requisite speed and stability updates but the integration with the ever-more-powerful “new communication” is what’s really impressive here.