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The app is clean & easy to navigate. One desired feature? You can select "channels," newsletters of interest, but they appear alphabetically. I'd appreciate the ability to sort the channels by desire so that the most important channels to me appear at that top of the Fed rather than having to scroll down to find those that begin with S, for example, near the bottom.
60 people found this review helpful
The content is good, and I love the presentation, but the app itself is not very well made, and the UX (user experience) is frustrating. Pull-to-refresh doesn't work, at times the back button doesn't work, you can sign in but not sign up, and it's a whopping 27 megabytes in size despite having almost no graphical assets that I can see. Axios has great content, but they need better developers.
184 people found this review helpful
It's a great news app that condenses the news into bite sized, yet still informative amounts with the option to learn more on most issues if you want. I find the national reporting to have very little left or right bias which is refreshing these days. My local reporting (Atlanta) is great as well, but it isn't quite as unbiased in my opinion (I find it leans a bit noticeably left). Overall I highly recommend it to anyone looking to stay informed on a variety of issues.
31 people found this review helpful