Updated: New June version 'bug fixes' came out and I was experiencing the same 'forever spinning' issues on my Tablet S2 running Lollipop. Dug through the FAQ on the ARRL siite, and found a new one that suggests deleting the 'com.nxtbook.arrl' folder which can contain old cached QSTs. THAT FIXED IT FOR ME! Seems like some update in the past made the reader app incompatible with old cached data, and going to settings and asking to delete cached data was insufficient to fix. Once you delete 'com.,nxtbook.arrl', you will need to log in again. Giving it three stars at the moment. Sometimes still get fuzzy text, and it hangs sometimes, and then I can't get to the menu, and have to kill the program. Good luck!
Endless Spinning Wheel Loaded it twice to Android Galaxy S5. They app never worked. When launched the busy wheel just keeps spinning. To bad it does not work.
Can't read the entire issue Nexus 7 2nd edition and Android 6.0.1 worked fine until recently. Can only view the first 16 pages of the July 2016 issue.
The ARRL Rocks the Amateur Radio World The ARRL is the group for amateur radio in the US. They fight for us and advice the hobby
Crap, like the web site Web site is a design disgrace. You would think a tech oriented org would know how to use PC & Android technology. They sure don't.
Doesn't work I have now uninstalled and reinstalled this app several times on my Android. I still have yet to get past the spinning icon or get it to load enough to even get a glimpse of a magazine. And still the ARRL keeps asking me if I would like to go all digital. I might consider it if I could actually get this app to work. I'm not impressed.
- Bug fixes