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Jun 9, 2022
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App is pretty great. Very responsive and updates the news regularly. HOWEVER, while not especially detrimental, the articles consistently cut off content at the end of a paragraph. For example, "Democrats, most of whom spoke on condition of anonymity to speak candidly about the" and the sentence ends. This isn't fixed by moving the screen orientation, or fiddling with app settings. This needs a fix at some point given it happens multiple times within an article.
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September 11, 2019
The app is quite horrible, while reading a news article the page randomly goes blank. Then i have to go back to the home page and re-click on the link to open the article again. This time around i can read maybe an additional paragraph when it goes blank again! This happens about 10 times while reading each article. Not how you are supposed to read news!
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May 15, 2020
The content is of course amazing but the app not so much. Frequent crashes on my Pixel 2, notifications often open on the wrong page (like Home). No way to see all the new articles by chronological order to make sure I'm not missing anything. I am also not sure who thought swiping to go back to the home screen was a good idea. I find myself accidentally swiping when reading an article, and then good luck for getting back to the article. As a UX researcher I have more feedback but no room here!