Austin Statesman eEdition For Chromebook

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Download Austin Statesman eEdition app on your chrome device & browser. Read The Guideline To install & Use Austin Statesman eEdition On Chrome Device

Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: News

Price: Free

Rating: 4.21227 stars based on 815 reviews

Austin Statesman eEdition

Austin Statesman eEdition Chromebook App Download

Download Austin Statesman eEdition For Chromebook

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2012-12-12
  • Current Version: 3.8.14
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 52.42 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
  • Developer: GateHouse Media, Inc.

How To Download Austin Statesman eEdition On Chromebook

If you're looking to Download Austin Statesman eEdition on your Chromebook laptop Then read the following guideline.

The eEdition app is the printed newspaper delivered right to your device. Readers can flip through the pages, read stories, photos, and view ads just as they appeared in print. With multiple viewing options plus interactive features allow you to share articles, have your news read aloud and more. Enjoy all these features: - Compatibility for both tablets and phones - In-depth index of sections and headlines - All content delivered in a fast, simple interface with multiple viewing modes. - Streamlined navigation for readers on the go: Flip pages, zoom on articles, rotate to landscape mode. - Read aloud lets you have articles read back to you - Tap any article with two fingers to convert to full-screen text - Archive access to every issue published in the past 30 days - Download editions for offline reading Terms of Service:



  • Simple, works well, and purpose built

    By BrendonBosenbark
    I was pleasantly surprised by this app. I bought a subscription to the paper on sale and didn't expect to keep it long. The app, along with the content of the paper made me stay. E-readers are often, for lack of a better term, hot garbage. This one takes a second to get used to the layout and navigation but once you learn it, navigating the app is seamless. It's easy to move from one edition to another, including going back to older editions. Also the ability to tap on a column to make fullscreen and easily scroll through the whole story (including the continuation from another page) is really nice. Overall it's a rock solid app, keep it up. P.S. Austin-American Stateman's reporting is great, very fair and their fact checking column is great. Local to national I feel it's an easy and thorough way to catch up on the news.
  • Love online version

    By katibug08
    At first I was hesitant to give up my paper copy of the Statesman but after trying the online version I was won over. It provides a view with such clarity and color that I’ve come to enjoy it even more and the fact that it loads quickly is a bonus.
  • App

    By Qwickstraw
    App works great.
  • Easy to read and skim

    By Blubenz1959
    Times to download and print have improved dramatically in the last few months. Ability to go section by section or page by page is convenient. Articles can be easily expanded to read. One minor nit - sometimes the pictures in the article don’t get included. You can expand an article by hand and they will be available but using the select process to read it often does not include the photos.
  • Rating on app

    By orodelpaso
    I have been using this app for the past week and it’s easier to use and does not take very much time to open the program. I had to go out of town this past week and I used it to read my daily newspaper. I didn’t have any trouble going from page to page. However, I see if you leave it open for a few minutes then the program goes back to the beginning and does not stay at the point I was reading. I believe it will take time to get used to the app.
  • Reporting

    By seco frio
    Enjoy getting reporting on the ATX from current events including entertainment, food sports, and not to mention his last, but politics, and the local going one.
  • Great Way to Read the Newspaper

    By Book-guy
    With some experimentation, the app is just as good as the physical newspaper. The app is better because: - can read anytime, anywhere; - do not need to go out in inclement weather to fetch paper; - no paper build-up if away; - it is excellent.
  • Love this !

    By docclew
    I like the newspaper on line. I didn’t think I would because I loved my paper copy all my life,76 yrs. But we had so much trouble in the pst 4 yrs with delivery and the paper is so much cheaper this way
  • Easy to use.

    By ausbrink
    I enjoy reading the digital copy, especially when I am out of town and I can keep up with local news.
  • Almost there

    By Bonsai Tim
    I’ve read the Statesman religiously since I moved to Austin in 1985. The online Statesman lacks the pleasure-giving feel and sound, and smell of the print version. However, reading the online has its own pleasures, primarily it’s portability. Working the crossword puzzles is one of my passions, and I work several on my phone, tablet, and computer. It’s still difficult to print a useful crossword (size, primarily). I wish I could work it online. I still love the Statesman’s columnists and reporters. Be well and prosper. :) Timmi Kuykendall 14320 Tandem Blvd, apt 4106 Austin, Texas 78728