The Age for iPad

The Age for iPad

By Fairfax Digital Australia & New Zealand Pty Limited

Score: 3.5
From 46 Ratings


Experience trusted and independent news on the go with The Age app. The app brings together award-winning journalism and the best features of The Age in a seamless tablet app experience including: • Latest News, a feed of the latest breaking stories published by The Age newsroom. • Today’s Paper, your Age paper in an easy-to-use digital format • Editor’s Choice, a curated selection of the key stories of the day • Interactive sudoku and crossword puzzles • Your favourite Age magazines and sections • Offline access to the latest news on the go, wherever you are. Plus save articles to read later and share articles by email, Facebook or Twitter. Visitors can access articles in the free sections including Front Page, Editor’s Choice, Good Food, TV Guide and Weather. Subscribers have unlimited access to all sections of the app. Experience exclusive access to The Age iPad app free for the first month, then $21.99 monthly. For current subscriptions that include the iPad app, please download the app and then log in via the settings tab to activate your unlimited access. Subscription for unlimited access to the iPad app is $21.99 per month and auto renewable via iTunes. Unlimited access for the first month is FREE. If you purchase a premium subscription, payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store after purchase. Terms and Conditions: Please note: This app features Nielsen's proprietary measurement software which will allow you to contribute to market research or audience ratings services. Please see for more information.



  • Back to number 1

    By Aussie tiger
    Keeps me in touch with home. All working again. Thank you.
  • App continually crashes

    By Nickeledanddimed
    App immediately crashes on opening. And fairfax egregiously don't allow credentials to be used on web without extra payment.
  • Don't download new version 5th Jan 2015

    By Essgee007
    It crashes on opening. Cannot launch :-((
  • Can't even open

    By BlueBelushi7
    Neither my husband or I can open this app on our iPads after the latest update. His is an iPad3 and mine is an Air2. That tells me there's something very wrong. An email to tell then just gets an automated response. Worked fine before the update.
  • New Update Crashes

    By SalesPro_Asia
    New update not good, please fix right away, cannot open the app, when tapped it continuously crashes
  • Why?

    By Pminau
    Having signed on early as a subscriber, I am getting very annoyed that i keep having to restore, by logging in every time I reload the app. And want to read a few articles. If this keeps up, I might as well cancel. The subscription is already overpriced compared to other digital subscriptions.
  • Sets the standard

    By Ktjc123
    Love it. Easy and enjoyable reading. Sets the standard for other papers worldwide. My favorite newspaper app! Great job.
  • Good Melbourne news source

    By timinusa
    Great layout. I also enjoy your sister Aussie paper the SMH. Fantastic to have a free good quality news source. Not as many advertisements as other papers!
  • The perfect newspaper app

    By Jigals
    This is the best newspaper app experienced so far. Good work
  • Great!

    By myxomatosis.
    Great! Definitely an upgrade over the previous 'paper copy' version. The interface is delightful to navigate, offline reading is an awesome feature and all the little interactive things like the galleries and charts add a lot of shine. There are a few small glitches here and there - sometimes images don't show, and it's crashed once or twice when updating content, but I'm sure these will be fixed in time. 5 stars once these little things are worked out. Overall, it's a wonderful presentation of the news! Definitely the kind of user experience other digital tablet publications should aspire to.