If reading the news just isn't enough for you, the Telegraph's updated news app for iPhone lets you report on it too. One of its new features is Report, which lets users send pictures and text direct to the Telegraph news desk. (Oh, we can't wait to see the unbiased, eloquent citizen journalism we've come to expect of internet news commenters.)
A new offline mode also lets you read Telegraph articles when out of signal range on the tube, on a plane, or just when stumbling into one of those too-common black spots.
Other features include location-based weather report, picture galleries, and much more video content, including film trailers. You'll also be able to share content via email, Facebook and Twitter, direct from the app.
Over 300,000 people have downloaded the Telegraph app since it first launched in February 2009. Initially available free for iPhone and iPod Touch, the second-gen version will also become available to BlackBerry, Android and other mobiles in the next few months.