The Guardian

The Guardian

By Guardian News and Media Limited

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2013-10-29
  • Current Version: 6.9
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 112.84 MB
  • Developer: Guardian News and Media Limited
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 5
From 17,918 Ratings


Make space for the issues that matter. The Guardian app gives you breaking news and full access to all of our award-winning journalism. Support independent journalism by upgrading to the premium tier - the most rewarding way for you to experience The Guardian, set to the pace of your day. With the free app you can: • Access the full range of The Guardian journalism • Stay up to date with live news and sport • Receive breaking news alerts • Keep reading even when you’re offline • Save any content you want to keep for a later date • Make it yours by choosing which sections appear on your home screen • Follow your favourite stories, writers and football teams for personal notifications • Enjoy award-winning audio, video and interactive content, as well as full-screen galleries • Read comments on articles and share your own thoughts With the premium tier you can enjoy new ways to explore the journalism you love: • Live - a new and faster way to catch up on every breaking news story and all the latest developments as they unfold (available on iPhone) • Discover - a new way to explore the best stories, recipes, long reads and more at the moment that suits you (available on iPhone) • Experience the app advert-free • Play our daily crosswords • Access specially curated content This app is totally free to use. If you choose to upgrade to the premium tier, your payment will be processed by Apple. Upgrade by selecting ‘Support the Guardian’ from the app’s navigation menu. Premium tier subscription automatically renews monthly unless auto-renew is turned off 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 may turn off auto-renewal after purchase by going to your iTunes Account Settings. Please note - while Apple's Family Sharing feature can be used to share apps between up to six family members, it does not support the sharing of in-app purchases (as described in This includes the auto-renewable subscription to the premium tier of the app, and you will therefore not be able to share any subscription purchased via iTunes Store with family members. If you have any questions please email who will be able to advise you further. Terms of use: All content in the Guardian app is copyright Guardian News & Media 2018. All rights reserved. Terms of use and privacy policy apply when accessing content via the Guardian app. Privacy policy: Terms and conditions:



  • Real journalism, no agenda

    By jurassic +1
    The Guardian has become my trusted go-to for news. We need them now more than ever. Aces all around!
  • The Guardian

    By Blue Egghead
    Great in depth reporting on the news stories and thoughtful opinions on the opinion pages.
  • Very straight journalism.

    By IL. OR.
    Sky’s the facts
  • Love this news

    By ArtifyalwaysArtifyalways
    Not only do they cover America politics, lots of other great coverage as well. I especially love their coverage of arts and culture. Keep it coming!
  • A lodestar in turbulent times

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    Covers the stories many others ignore.

    By ShwaBird
    I’m a word where facts seem to be irrelevant in some circles, the Guardian is a stalwart of truth and a beacon to those who seek the facts to form their own opinions.
  • Just the Best

    By BartillaDan
    The Guardian reports the news, all the news, every day, without bias. No paper or network does journalism better.
  • Real News

    By Father/Husban/Brother
    The writing is by far the best! The reporters come through the BS and take hold of the story.
  • The Gaurdian

    By Zen priest
    May be the best newspaper there is.
  • A Great Read!

    By dblea... Donna Burns
    Not wealthy or well known, I remain better informed than most because I read the Guardian. In my 70’s, disabled and living on Social Security income, I have worked hard in my life and raised three kids to adulthood. I don’t want to lose awareness of what is happening in my country or on this beautiful Earth. I have little to spend on obtaining news but my daughter with whom I live assists me in handling my subscription. I’m grateful for both my daughter and The Guardian. Donna Burns