How do I download the advertiser?
How do I download the app? Our apps are compatible with Android and Apple devices. For Android users – go to the Google Play Store on your mobile or tablet and download The Advertiser App.
How do I download a newspaper to my iPhone?
On your iPhone, tap News+ at the bottom of the app. Tap My Magazines to find the issue that you want to download. Or tap Catalog, then tap a magazine to see its issues. Tap or click the More button.
Can you buy magazines on Itunes?
On your iPhone or iPod touch Tap the News+ tab. Tap Catalogue at the top of the News+ feed to browse for a magazine. Tap Follow below the cover of the magazine.
Is the Adelaide Advertiser a Murdoch paper?
The Advertiser came under the ownership of Keith Murdoch in the 1950s, and the full ownership of Rupert Murdoch in 1987. It is a publication of Advertiser Newspapers Pty Ltd (ADV), a subsidiary of News Corp Australia, itself a subsidiary of News Corp.
How much is digital advertiser?
What will it cost, we hear you ask? It’s just $7.50 a week* for the first 12 months (minimum cost $390). Making it even easier to get to the news, The Advertiser app has been pre-loaded on the tablet for you, so all you have to do is simply log in to get reading, listening and watching from the moment it arrives.
How do I contact the Adelaide Advertiser?
You can also call us on 1300 MY NEWS (1300 696 397).
How do I get Apple News magazine?
Before you can publish content to Apple News, you must submit an application to the Apple News team, including information about your publication and samples of your content. Go to the News Publisher app, and then see News Publisher User Guide for step-by-step instructions.
How do I download magazines on Apple News?
To download an issue:
- Open the News app.
- On your iPad or Mac, go to the sidebar and tap or click News+. If you can’t see the sidebar, tap or click the Sidebar button.
- Tap My Magazines to find the issue you want to download.
- Tap or click the More button.
- Tap or click Download Issue.
Did Rupert Murdoch live in Adelaide?
A North Adelaide home that was once the private residence of Rupert Murdoch’s family has been listed for sale. Offered for the first time in 35 years, the Tynte Street property dates back to 1850 when printer David Gall bought the land, soon after his arrival in South Australia.