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Welcome to News Alive

Fadu News 2018-12-06 11:06:31

Watch the Australian wickets come to life. (AAP Image/Dave Hunt)

Welcome to News Alive, where you will see pictures come to life right before your eyes.

News Alive allows you to turn our photos into videos so you can get the latest content. All you need to do is open the app that goes with your newspaper eg. The Daily Telegraph app for the The Daily Telegraph newspaper, the Herald Sun, Adelaide Advertiser or Courier-Mail. Then, click on the ‘All sections’ button located at the bottom right hand corner. Then click on ‘News Alive’. The first time you access the app it will ask you for permission to use your camera, please select ‘accept’or ‘yes’, as this is need to recognise the images in the paper. Then just look for the ‘News Alive’ logo in the paper and you’ll know that picture has a video attached .

News Alive has been installed in our four metro apps across our newspapers including; The Daily Telegraph, The Herald Sun, The Courier Mail and The Adelaide Advertiser. If you don’t have one of our apps, please go to the Apple App Store and download the app that goes with your newspaper. If you already have one of our apps, please ensure you have the latest updated version on your phone.

News Alive is only available on iOS Apple devices. Please ensure that you have the latest version of your phones operating software installed, this can be found on your phone by going to settings>general>software update. You’re phone will need to be updated to iOS 12 and above. News Alive is available on the following Apple handsets

iPhone SE

iPhone 6s & 6s Plus

iPhone 7 & 7 Plus

iPhone 8 & 8 Plus

iPhone X

iPhone XR

iPhone XS

iPhone XS Max

iPad (2017 >)

iPad Pro

The app is free to download. You just need a copy of the newspaper to enjoy the experience.

This will be available across the summer of cricket from December 2018 - February 2019.

What cricket matches will be included?

Test matches, ODI, T20 and BBL. Just keep an eye on the newspaper and you will see it appear throughout the summer of cricket.