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The Boston Globe Kindle Edition

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The Boston Globe is the most widely circulated daily newspaper in Boston, Mass., and in the greater New England region. Awarded numerous Pulitzer Prizes, The Boston Globe provides comprehensive local, national, and world news and features columns in news, arts and entertainment, business, sports, travel, life, and real estate. Notable contributors include Ty Burr, Ellen Goodman, Jeff Jacoby, Bob Ryan, Dan Shaughnessey, and Dan Wasserman.

The Kindle Edition of The Boston Globe contains articles found in the print edition, but will not include some images and tables. Also, some features such as the crossword puzzle and classifieds are not currently available. For your convenience, issues are automatically delivered wirelessly to your Kindle starting at 5:00 AM Boston local time.


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I thought I would be able to get the Globe epaper reader format on the Kindle... unlike the epaper version his version of the Globe is hard to read. it is missing key parts of the paper. The sports box scores are impossible to read. If you have a Kindle, forget this app and get your news elsewhere.
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Although I live outside of the Boston Metropolitan area in Western MA (Spfld Area) I find the Boston Globe to be very informative for national and state news. The features that are included with the "news" are interesting and informative as well. It is true that there is a void of local news and I do wish that the Globe could expand its coverage of Western Massachusetts as there is certainly a need that is not being met.
Included with my Boston Globe subscription is the Electonic version which I do enjoy when traveling or not at home to read the paper edition.
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This product can really use an overhaul. I use it about 300 days per year and it continues to amaze me that they can't seem to fix some basic stuff. Subscriptions are $14.95/mo or you can buy the daily for $.49 cents - why would anyone buy the subscription? If they charge 11.(( or 12>99 for the subscription, they would have a lot more subscribers. The columns are in no particular order so I'm jumping from baseball to football and back to baseball again then high school sports, then the Celtics and back to the red sox again. Charts and graphs are horrendous and usually unusable.

Amazon can also fix a little basic stuff too... everyday I have to go to Newsstand, then type the whole word "Boston Globe" to get a chance to buy it. You would think there would be a way to save that or that the Fire would remember it.
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i generally download Sunday paper only. Plenty to read.....especially Sports section. I would consider returning to a monthly subscription only if the Globe cuts their price in half. At close to 30.00 a month, its twice as expensive as NY Times.
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The Globe provides me with a broad perspective on both national and international news. It also offers well written and detailed news of all of New England. As a resident of New Hampshire I especially appreciate that it provides a section specifically for our State. And most importantly it supports its staff's research in areas of legality that test social and political integrity. For example it's series called "Spotlight" on the abuse of children by the Catholic hierarchy.
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I like it well enough. It is quick to load and easy to find articles.
However.
Jumping to the next article brings the headline to the top of the page (good)
Continuing to the next article leaves the headline wherever the current article leaves off (bad)
The text is full of hyphens that do not belong.
There are arbitrary hyphens between or at the beginnings of complete words and (more or less) where they may have been hyphenated in the print edition, but are not needed in the App display.
like -this and a -gain - -like this. If you -know what I - mean.
Annoying and dif -ficult to --read.
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It is a newspaper on the kindle. My opinion is any book is better as a book. Kindle is good for what it is; carry a lot of books, buy them fast, etc. Approximate the writing in a book. But paper is better.

I do not mind the lack of photos and some of the other things ppl complain about w/ the Globe. I am an ex-pat, and for me it is fun to dnld this and get a little news and commentary from back home, the Bay State. It is very easy to navigate thru the menus and find articles you are searching for, imo. If you're debating between this and the real paper, get the paper, maybe. But this is fun.
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The Boston Globe's kindle version is still carrying the story of Trump's criticism of Fiorina as if it just happened. Doesn't give me a lot of faith that all the other stories, other than the front page, are current.
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