Crashes when opening articles This app used to be solid as a rock, but recently it has started crashing when opening some articles. Sometimes when crashing it also corrupts the downloaded article list, making it inaccessible.
Update: Changing review to 5 stars because I did a hard-reset and problem went away. Might simply be a consequence of temporarily rolling back updates, but since I can't reproduce the problem anymore to provide info to the developers for diagnosis (or verification of a fix), I'm happy to change my review until the problem (if ever) reemerges. While using Google Pixel G, attempting to open any journal, etc. (e.g. Communications of ACM) crashes the app. I reinstalled the app, but that didn't help. There is a warning on startup that says "ACM Digital Library does not support the current Display size setting and may behave unexpectedly," but it doesn't provide steps for mitigation. I will happily update rating if/when fixed.
Currently on Nougat 7.1.1/Pixel. Still crashing trying to open anything. Its almost like there is zero testing done for this. Maybe the ACM should open their APIs and allow a 3rd party to play.
Barely usable, better than nothing. Deleting multiple articles from a binder has caused wrong articles to be deleted! If delete single article from a binder, exit binder and return to it, article often reappears (invalid cache?) Sync with main website, as seen in desktop browser, takes many minutes. When scrolling through long conference proceedings, only half the screen is used, other half contains useless info. No preview of author names. Moving articles to new binder only possible one-by-one. Android 4.1.2, Galaxy Note 2.
great app to get all things ACM
Non-functional on some devices The app offers the potential to select and view ACMs broad range of publications. However, upon selecting a publication to view, the app crashes. I'm using an ASUS TF701t tablet. Note: a later version does work on my LG G3 phone. I would prefer viewing on a tablet with a larger screen size. Update: downloaded 08 Mar 16 update...same crash issue
The Official Mobile Application of Hong Kong Public Libraries
E-book reader. Multi-format, highly customizable. Supports cloud synchronization