I love Buzzfeed! Its my go-to news source, and I know I can trust the information I'm reading. My only problem is the lack of a comment button on news stories. I would like to hear people's thoughts and opinions on current events. If it weren't for that, I would give it 5 stars.
The links to tweets in the articles don't work so when you want to see the cute dogs, you can't. Bit of a waste of time until the devs sort of the tweet links. Come one guys.
Pretty much stopped using it since you've had to follow links to view tweets. It's so annoying having to click through and ruins the flow of the article. Would use again if tweets were embedded like before where you got the whole text and image.
I've always liked this app but the quality of the articles has been lacking in recent months. Also having to constantly click on external Twitter links is prohibitive and off-putting. I generally won't waste time looking into them which means I'm missing out. I do have a Twitter account but if I'm not signed in I can't access the links. Why not put the full tweet in the article to make it easier for everyone (especially people who don't have a Twitter account) to see them instead of excluding people?
I've been a user got a while now. I'm uninstalling because due to the downturn in actual content,n ot to mention the fact that at least half of the articles are "check out this list of tweets" with tweets that then require a link to be pressed, only to try and come back to the same page and have the app reset (as I assume default?) to the front page again... I'm done. Until you fix this, I won't be getting "shook" "woke" or any other such millennial word for "surprised by clickbait".
The linking to Twitter is driving me insane especially for picture based posts. Please put these in the article as clicking back and forth between apps is incredibly annoying. Not to mention this change has resulted in me using the Buzzfeed app less.
You may have noticed that BuzzFeed has been a little under the weather! 😷 But we've gotten ourselves some much needed R&R and hope you enjoy a healthy, happy, hiccup-free app.