By Gannett

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2012-06-01
  • Current IOS App Version: 5.18.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 222.19 MB
  • IOS App Developer: Gannett
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 1,564 IOS App Ratings


We became Nashville’s leading source of news because we know this: If it’s important to you, it’s important to us. Music, jobs, faith, transportation, government, health care, business, growth, education, the Predators and the Titans and your high school football team down the street. Our investigative reporters work to make this a better place to live and our columnists celebrate those who already are. It’s all in our name. We believe in Tennessee. We stand for Tennessee. We are Tennesseans. APP FEATURES: • Access all of the Tennessean’s in-depth coverage—every article, photo, and video. • Enjoy a streamlined, fast-loading experience that makes it easy to view the stories, photos, and videos that matter to you. • Get breaking news, sports scores, and weather alerts with real-time notifications tailored to your interests. • Customize your experience by saving your favorite stories, adjusting text size, using night mode, or reading offline. SUBSCRIPTION INFORMATION: • The Tennessean app is free to download and all users can access a sampling of free articles every month. • For unlimited access to all content, subscribe now and get 30 days free ($4.99/month after). Or if you are already a subscriber to the Tennessean, you can sign in with your existing subscription. • Subscriptions are charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and automatically renew each month or year, unless turned off in your iTunes account settings at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your iTunes account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage your subscriptions and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription, where applicable. See "Subscription Support" in the app's Settings for more details and customer service contact information. MORE INFORMATION: • Privacy Policy: http://static.tennessean.com/privacy/ • Terms of Service: http://static.tennessean.com/terms/ • Questions or Comments: mobilesupport@gannett.com



  • Smart app

    By Lakes Park runner
    Great, up-to-date information on the most important news in Nashville and Middle Tennessee.
  • Tennessean

    By glencliff
    Great local paper covering news, sports, business, entertainment and more for Nashville and its surrounding counties. Their music and music industry coverage are top notch in a place called Music City.
  • Finally Informed

    By littleschnell
    The Tennessean has been such an incredible resource for staying up to date on the social and political happenings here in Nashville and all around the state. Definitely worth subscribing!
  • Cancellation

    By LTFord
    Why am I still receiving the emails from Tennessean I canceled my paper
  • No user customization

    By Davsad84
    At app is okay, navigation is sloppy, but the biggest issue I have is it’s lack of customization. I dont care to receive notifications about high school football, but I want to hear about other sports (college and pro). I don’t care about the power being out in an area 3 hours from my house, only my county. Please fix.
  • Terrible

    By loupurc
    This is not breaking news. It is old stuff and not worth anything. All of the content can be accessed on free sites. The Tennessean is getting progressively worse.
  • 2018 training camp???

    By JR abcd
    The Tennessean app shows constantly shows ridiculously outdated Titans stories at the top of the scroll. Still showing updates from 2018 training camp! Clean it up guys!
  • EthanSmootalexander

    By Ethan Smoot-Alexander
  • Unhappy

    By too old 4 bad credit
    This is the worst. Don’t bother
  • Bad content

    By Dwightrerskine
    I’m not sure what’s driving content decisions, but I never actually see front page content similar to what’s in the physical paper. I see articles written 6 months ago, an emphasis on Opinion pages I couldn’t care less about, and a lot of On This Date articles as if I only want to reminisce about Nashville from 1979 - 30+ years before I moved it. Waste of time.