By Gannett

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2012-06-01
  • Current Version: 5.22.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 257.33 MB
  • Developer: Gannett
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 1,631 Ratings


We became Nashville’s leading source of news because we know this: If it’s important to you, it’s important to us. Music, jobs, faith, transportation, government, health care, business, growth, education, the Predators and the Titans and your high school football team down the street. Our investigative reporters work to make this a better place to live and our columnists celebrate those who already are. It’s all in our name. We believe in Tennessee. We stand for Tennessee. We are Tennesseans. APP FEATURES: • Access all of the Tennessean’s in-depth coverage—every article, photo, and video. • Enjoy a streamlined, fast-loading experience that makes it easy to view the stories, photos, and videos that matter to you. • Get breaking news, sports scores, and weather alerts with real-time notifications tailored to your interests. • Customize your experience by saving your favorite stories, adjusting text size, using night mode, or reading offline. SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION: • The Tennessean app is free to download and all users can access a sampling of free articles every month. • For unlimited access to all content, subscribe now and get 30 days free ($7.99/month after). Or if you are already a subscriber to the Tennessean, you can sign in with your existing subscription. • 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. Your iTunes account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage your subscriptions and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription, where applicable. See "Subscription Support" in the app's Settings for more details and customer service contact information. MORE INFORMATION: • Privacy Policy: http://static.tennessean.com/privacy/ • Terms of Service: http://static.tennessean.com/terms/ • Questions or Comments: [email protected]



  • Tennessean

    By Jesús Montoya Escobar III
    App needs some improvement. Have a subscription. Unable to view stories.
  • Yornotlob

    By Yornotlob
    Good up to date news.
  • Can’t find what I need

    By Nashville Cat Mama
    The app won’t let me into my print account information to complain about no delivery or to put a stop on print delivery, yet when I try to use a browser to get to Tennessean.com, the app is opened
  • Awful app

    By elkjhk
    This app is awful. I cannot find the newspaper as it appears in print.
  • Dopey app

    By djjsfb
    Suddenly my Tennessean app said my account is inactive. Perhaps that explains why I can’t access the e-edition on my phone. The customer service rep said my account shouldn’t be inactive and promised to investigate. Meanwhile, no newspaper on my phone.
  • Not enough substance and too many ads

    By DianeDel
    The Tennessean is not much of a “newspaper” anymore. Half of the newspaper is ads with way too many full page ads. Would love to see some world news included in the paper. This paper also needs to be bipartisan since it is the only newspaper in the area. It’s sad when you only get the paper once a week for the crossword puzzle, sale fliers and coupons. Won’t be renewing our subscription.
  • Must pay to read articles now

    By Jkeeton
    Despite years and years of using the Tennessean app, a couple months ago the app started to ask me to subscribe or log in to view an article. Initially I ignored it, it didn’t happen very often, and it wasn’t a big deal, of course paying subscribers should have more access to the newspaper. That was until the last 2 months, now it seems that there is no longer a rhyme or reason to the app blocking the viewing of the articles. Even when a notification doesn’t say, “subscribers only”, the article will be blocked from view. I refuse to buy a digital subscription, because the Tennessean uses personalized ad based revenue inside their app, and don’t offer an ad free version for subscribers. In my opinion, offering the app access to my personal information for them in turn to sell to advertisers, is more than compensation for online app access only. I called customer service, because other papers’ websites and apps, at the least say, “you have 10 free articles this month”. Then as a reader, you will know whether or not to click on an article-because why waste your “free articles” on headlines you read just to pass the time because you know you need to save your “free articles” for the headlines on the articles that pertain to you and you need the information. Not this paper, this paper sends notifications that doesn’t say “subscribers only” but will ask you to sign up or log in, they don’t tell you if you only have “x,y,z” number of articles you can view, and customer service is outsourced overseas to India and they only are there to answer the phone and sell subscriptions. I called customer service today and got nowhere, she would not even give me a local number. Can you believe the world we live in? You can’t even get the local phone number to the state newspaper anymore? Is that what this country is come to? It’s so much big business that we have to pay for news because ads aren’t enough and we don’t even have the right to contact our local paper directly here in TN and complain about it? I’m so sad for our country and what it’s come too. I remember the newspaper used to have the 615 number on the paper and a local Nashvillian would answer the phone when you called. It’s a shame. Delete this app, or don’t download it. It should be illegal for a newspaper to demand access to your personal information for nothing in return. Btw, you can get most of the news they send out in their notifications from News Channel 5’s app. Most of the time it matches their notifications word for word anyways! I really just wanted to read the story about why more teens are getting killed in cars this morning and couldn’t. Of all the articles, parents should be reading that one and reading it for free, that’s the one that it made me pay for-online and in the app. Isn’t that a shame? I just wanted to know how to help save lives and had to pay for the information! It makes me so sad. Of all the nonsense they write about and give out for free, the one thing that was really important, I couldn’t get access too unless I could afford a monthly subscription.
  • Inundated with ads

    By MyLittleMuse
    Never mind that I pay for a prescription, I can’t ever read past the advertisements covering the stories
  • Sports rag

    By mell1zo
    i can’t stand all the Titans ads. you’d think nothing else in & around the capital of Tennessee matters.
  • Yuk!

    By Laredo414
    This is one of the hardest to use apps out there. A piece of garbage!