July 22nd, 2014

Searching New Sun App

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The new Sun app is good looking with a clean design to rival even the Guardian’s mega app. Two small niggles. Guido can’t find a search function, which means you can’t find anything not current. Nor can he find any links to any columns, ahem *cough*…


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    Ed Militwit says:

    I apologise to the people of the North West for using the Sun App.

    Now give me a break while I continue with my American holiday. There are so many people here that want to meet me.

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    Anonymous says:

    For a counter to some of the Standard Operational BS found MSM, check out some of the comments on Russia Today. Comments such as:

    “It’s almost laughable ‘the West’ prides itself on loving diversity whilst destroying it! They simply do not permit diversity of opinion, Mr.Putin & Russia have chosen to live life in a different way, and Russia is being punished for daring to show that there IS `another way’ to live life. The Western media should examine ALL facts before jumping in, but they are on a crusade!”

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    A fine pair of lungs and I can prove it. says:

    Regardless if it works or not, you would have to be too thick to breathe to download an app from a newspaper outlet. Apps give permission to raid your phone. I am waiting for the Mirror apt to ask permission to follow me to bog.

    Piers Morgan is a nasty crook!

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