Seattle Times Mobile

Seattle Times Mobile

By The Seattle Times

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2009-09-10
  • Current Version: 4.2.4
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 71.36 MB
  • Developer: The Seattle Times
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 11,513 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Seattle Times Mobile App Ratings: 4
Based on 11,513 App Reviews

Seattle Times Mobile App Details

Get Northwest news that matters — faster than ever. The new and improved Seattle Times app is superfast to get you right to the news you want. We deliver the fastest news experience possible, with content you won’t find anywhere else. - Lightning-fast load times, quick-scan headlines and a clean, streamlined experience - Push notifications for the latest breaking news as it happens - The same award-winning content you expect from The Seattle Times, even faster - Breaking news and trending topics - Stories that dig deep, and have a direct impact on our local community - Easy ways to share your favorite content with your friends - Complete local sports coverage of Mariners, Seahawks and Sounders, so you never miss a play. Users can read up to 15 articles free per month. Seattle Times subscribers can log in for unlimited access to all of our award-winning content. Users can also subscribe to get Unlimited App Access straight from the app for $9.99 per month. Your subscription will automatically renew each month, with the credit card associated with your iTunes account being charged. Cancel anytime by going to your Account Settings after purchase. Full terms of service:


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Seattle Times Mobile App Reviews

  • Good content, bad ad placements

    By MorganR
    In general, I like the ease of access to stories in this app. But sadly, in recent versions, ads often appear obscuring news content and can’t be dismissed. That’s a real failing. For example, a recent ad for a Chrysler Pacifica, took up 2/3 of the screen and the story I was reading underneath could not be read, because the ad could not be dismissed.
  • Problem reading text

    By Blood doc
    There is a bug in the application caused by the banner advertising that shift the text on top of the images so you can not read the article's title. I contacted Seattle time2 weeks ago and they are aware of the problem without fixing it. As a paid subscriber I would expect better customer service and a working application.
  • Search bar?

    By Pracilla
    Love the app, but I wish there was a search bar (I couldn’t find one?) like on the website, to make it easier to look for articles!
  • It’s just ok

    By martydd
    No search and is weather on here? I could be a moron tho...
  • Essential reading and information

    By Bizzie52
    If you live in the Seattle area you cannot know what is going on unless you read the Seattle Times. Big Stories, environment, arts, social justice and politics, economics and business news, State news, real estate, gardening...the best columnist-Danny Westneat...oh and sports! And photos of your backyard, crosswords, and even some pretty good chatter around town from Nicole Brodeur ... and excellent syndicated journalism from around the world.
  • Good but no comment section

    By bert_c_jr
    3 stars
  • Better Days

    By Can link
    The Seattle Times has become a liberals dream. I miss the more conservative side back in the 90’s. Too biased and socialist. Also, too bad you have to pay for more than 20 views for this paper to be free. I don’t visit too much anymore as a result of this.
  • Love the ST app!

    By travlin' tamie
    💟 the Seattle Times app. Will be very useful while traveling. The ‘reading list’ feature helps me keep from having to deal with little scraps of paper (with useful info) that I would cut out of the paper 😉.
  • Good app. Article viewing buggy. You still pay to see ads.

    By ERAU man
    I have been using this app for a while. The latest release now has a bug where if I scroll down in an article, all the text will disappear and all I can see is the top headline picture and white space below. I have to reopen the article to read it again. Also, this app isn’t as advanced as other news apps out there. I really like the Wall Street journal news app. It’s slick and clean. If I’m a subscriber, I shouldn’t be seeing ads.
  • David Brooks

    By fcarsey
    I always like to read David Brooks’ column; he is a thoughtful Republican, maybe the last. I do fault him for denial however. In looking at the shift of government to local initiative. Which is fine. But. Local efforts cannot address our overriding cancers: climate change, racism (as Brooks noted), wealth nondistribution, Fox News and religious terrorism. These devils are trying to kill us. Ignoring them will not help. Frank Carsey Bremerton WA