How do I like reading “the newspaper” on my iPhone, I’ve been asked? Reading on a mobile device has many positives. The width of the sceen is like a newspaper column so the reading width is good. The “newspapers” I read provide headlines and the start of each story to aid in selecting which story to read. Photos with stories are becoming more common. With some stories, I can see multiple photos and captions. AP News, USA Today, New York Times and Wall Street Journal are apps on my iPhone. AP Mobile lets me download news and then read later — even without wireless connection. After checking news apps at night, I find that I’ve already read almost every national and international news story that’s in the morning newspaper. What do I miss from newspaper news? Not the story itself but sometimes the story packaging — graphics, sidebars, etc. Julie Dodd from her iPhone
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