Download size1 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- data services
- web browser component
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
English (United States)
The Register Biting the hand that feeds IT With more than 6 million readers a month, The Register is the one of the world's biggest online tech publications. It has news desks in London, San Francisco and Sydney to make sure you get the news you need on the tech market wherever and whenever it happens. And it has columnists who'll give you an interesting take on the implications. It has an active community of IT Pros from across the world, who discuss everything from cloud to chips, systems design to sys admins, Virtualisation to Vatican bloggers, Latvian hackers to liquid crystal solid-state raygun turrets. For an original slant on the world of technology, you could do worse. The Register. It's where tech lives.
4/19/2015The article font is a bit too small, but I swear this must be the fastest app on my phone (Lumia 530, not exactly a powerhouse...). Kudos to the developers and many thanks to El Reg for making it available.
6/10/2014Always guaranteed a laugh while on the toilet with this app.
6/18/2013Font is too small and no way to increase it. Other than that it is good.
4/9/2013Very well done.
1/31/2013Useful app but it keeps crashing my phone
1/20/2013Great. Informative. But sometimes articles lack depth
12/3/2012Very nice! They app needs to be updated, certain sections won't load because the main web site has been rearranged. I agree that the article font size is a wee bit small. It would be nice if the font size was dependent on the "ease of access, text size" setting.
12/1/2012Good app for The Register content but could be speadier and use caching. The Odds&Sods section has stopped working for quite some time, always popping a network connectivity error when there is none. Reinstalling the app didn't fix it.
11/4/2012Flawless app from a technical perspective. New content seems to load instantly, and the comments functionality is the best I've seen in a mobile app. Content is an acquired taste.