It's good for all things tech. As much as I've enjoyed being up to date with everything new, I've come to an unfortunate realization that Engadget reviews are based on personal preferences. That's a shame, if you're truly looking to see if an $700 phone is right for you. Samsung can do no wrong. LG is okay. HTC is awful. Apple is too expensive and Microsoft is still boring. That will paint a broad stroke across all platform's. There was a shift a few year's back. Maybe the bosses son is head editor now or Samsung showers them with swag. At least I don't feel like a pariah for being an Android user anymore. So, get a second opinion when shopping for a device. No issues with the mobile site running 7.0 Nougat.
I had rated this 4 stars, but am now going down to 1. I really don't like the new look and feel. Let me have the old app back please! The thing I dislike most about the new app is the fact that I can't swipe from one story to the next! And also the fact that in the main list each story takes up almost a whole screen. And then there is the fact that you have more ads now too. :(
Whilst the UI and design is wonderful and 5 star worthy, the app is basically unusable when reading articles as the scroll position randomly jumps all over the place and it's been this way since the relaunch.
Used to work good but now it dosent load that many articles anymore. A couple updates ago it started and now I can go back as far as 7 hours ago. Another irritation is the ads, I am trying to scroll down and the ads go full screen just because I am scrolling. Super irritating
Layout is decent compared to the older version. The one major thing that keeps driving me crazy is the fact that it constantly jumps away from the section you're reading like it's constantly trying to load the page. Makes it infuriating to read any long articles.
Broken again. Doesn't load any articles past the first dozen or so. It was fine a few days ago. This used to happen from time to time with the old app too. Does anyone at Engadget actually use the app? Hasn't someone noticed that it's broken again?
- Bug fixes
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