Fall River Herald News app a must when Tropical Storm Henri hits

Be prepared. Stay connected – before, during and after the storm. The Herald News offers a news app for iPhone, iPad and Android. The app provides local news to help you weather the storm. And you can get alerts on your phone as soon as news breaks, so you don’t […]

Be prepared. Stay connected – before, during and after the storm.

The Herald News offers a news app for iPhone, iPad and Android. The app provides local news to help you weather the storm. And you can get alerts on your phone as soon as news breaks, so you don’t miss a thing.

3 things to know about the app

Easier to navigate and a better user experience

The app offers fast load times, prominent and easy-to-read headlines, and improved navigation options to quickly find the content you seek.

The app is organized to put our biggest stories of the moment front and center and make it easy to find the latest content.

The videos and galleries made by our award-winning photo staff are also seamlessly integrated into the app to give you the full picture.

Expanded section choices and personalized suggestions for most frequently read sections are ways the app improves the reader experience.

Under the sections tab, you can choose from a wide selection of topics in news, sports, entertainment, lifestyle, business and opinion to catch up on what interests you most. Sections you go to frequently will be saved at the top of the tab.

The app should also integrate with social media platforms, so stories you see on Facebook or Twitter will open in the app under your profile.

Breaking news notifications you want, when you want them

You can choose how and when you get notifications.

The app alerts are the fastest way to find out about breaking news in your community. We publish many stories in a day, but we’ll alert you when we have something we think you really need to know about right away.

The experience is up to you. If you want to get a few of our best articles sent a day, you can choose Top Stories.

Under settings, users can choose how and when you get notifications, ranging from breaking news in your community to the top stories by subject matter.

Besides our Top Stories and Breaking News alerts, you can sign up for ones about sports, entertainment, weather, traffic and business.

You can also set quiet hours, during which you won’t get notifications.

You can set up notifications when you first download the app or make changes later by clicking the gear icon in the top right and then “Notifications.”

Make your reading experience your own

There are many ways to use the app to fit the way you consume the news:

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