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The Telegraph Kindle Edition

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The Telegraph is renowned for its outstanding news coverage, insight and agenda-setting journalism - everything readers have come to expect from the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper.

Delivered wirelessly from 6am London time, seven days a week, The Telegraph for Kindle offers news, comment and features from the country's leading political and business journalists, award-winning sports writers and top columnists. Together, they lend their distinctive voice, personality and trusted comment to the full range of Telegraph content.

Now with images and improved navigation, the new version includes all main sections of the print edition, as well as daily supplements and weekend magazines, specially selected by the Editor and all optimised for the Kindle. Plus, by popular demand, readers can now also enjoy the celebrated Matt cartoon.

The full list of supplements comprises: Telegraph Magazine, Weekend, Review, Gardening, Travel, Your Money, Property and Motoring on Saturdays, and Stella Magazine, Seven, Life, Discover and Money on Sundays.

Enjoy The Telegraph wherever you are with the new Kindle edition.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Telegraph Media Group (January 4, 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0028K2YZO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #239,321 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Adrian on October 24, 2009
The content of the Telegraph on the Kindle is good, and once you are used to browsing by section rather than scanning pages for stories the experience of reading a 'paper' on the Kindle is certainly acceptable.

On the negative side, and this is not just related to the Telegraph but also other newspapers delivered outside of the US, the lack of images and tables takes a lot from the reading experience. Amazon need to resolve this and deliver the same content to Europe and the US including images where appropriate, especially where they are referred to in the text.

Delivery time of the Telegraph could be better, at the moment it is slightly too late to read when commuting to the office in mainland Europe :(

**EDIT** I assumed this subscription would also include the Sunday Telegraph which is not the case - no Sunday paper is delivered with this subscription.

**EDIT 2** After checking my Kindle today (29-11-2009) I have a Sunday Telegraph downloaded, finally it seems that the Sunday edition is being delivered :)
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The preview image for the Kindle version of the Telegraph includes a large, attractive colour image. You won't find this in the international Kindle edition. The Kindle itself doesn't support colour, and Amazon has seen fit to deny subscribers access to images and tables. Additional issues include the (unmentioned) fact that the Sunday edition is excluded and the (also unmentioned) additional $4.99/week cost to automatically receive the journal while outside the US. I feel a strongly worded letter to the Telegraph may be in order.

As for the content, the Telegraph is, like the other "broadsheet" UK newspapers (the Times, the Guardian and the Independent; although the Telegraph is the only one which actually remains a "true" broadsheet in the flesh) consistently well written, and although it's notionally to the right of the other three, its partisanship is sufficiently nuanced that you don't have to be a fulminating tory to read it. I'm not actually a Conservative supporter, I just prefer the Telegraph for its more traditional style. The Kindle edition is easy to navigate, though very different from reading a newspaper, and you will probably find yourself spending more time reading articles you might have skimmed over with the digital edition. I've noticed minor errors in the type (often the first letter is lost from an article) which are presumably introduced in the digitisation process.

The lack of the Sunday edition, and of even a basic set of images (I accept I'm not going to get the Sunday magazine) strikes me as crazy; hopefully at some point Amazon will see sense, or else Ofcom will intervene in what are presumably punitive network charges being passed on to the end user.

EDIT: as of 29 Nov 2009, the Sunday edition seems to be being delivered - including the magazine(s). Still no pictures, though.
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The availability of the Kindle in Europe offers the Expat community an unprecidented opportunity to get access to English newspapers at a considerable saving over the hardcopy price.

Is it the articles from the Newspaper' Yes
Is it easy to read and navigate? Yes
Is it perfect? No

The lack of images is a big issue, for some articles this is vital, The Times gave up all print in its front page many, many years ago, so regardless of the cost this should be included.

Newspapers should be exact copies of the page and allow you to either expand the view to read the text. Other ebooks allow this and this shortcoming will only become more eveident when colour machines become available.

All this is made clear in the text when you purchase the subscription so no foul play, but boy could it be so much better
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I'm enjoying reading this right-of-centre newspaper as a treat whilst I'm in china. Content is as expected, how Brown's days are numbered as pm, lunacy of h&s and pc, politics and the 'truth' about agw.

sections are really easy to navigate, with individual precise of articles in each section (highlight the number after each section on the menu and click) but the are random sentences at the end of each article, one assumes from photo legends or sub headings within the article.

Formatting isn't 100%, and price is abusive of international kindle users, but a great way of keeping updated about life in uk.

A word of warning- you cannot unsubscribe from your kindle or the internet within China.
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Such a pity that the basic 'sections' only give news, business, letters and no sub-menu. What would really sell this newspaper would be a list of articles in each section (headlines - they are called that for a reason!) so I could think 'that sounds interesting, I will read that' rather than painstakingly going through every article to get to the next and not knowing what is next. No logic at all

Disappointed: for all the technology this is poor.
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I Have a UK version of the Kindle I used to subscribe to this and Newsweek magazine but the absence of photos or any other images on the UK version really makes this and the silly price (half the price in the US?) an expensive waste of time. Great novelty factor but a terrible user experience.
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