It thinks I'm not subscribed - updated I can use the e-edition on the computer after I log in, but with the same credentials in this app it tells me my subscription doesn't allow access. What's the point of the app if it can't allow subscribed users to use it? Update: I had an issue with my credentials not being recognized; that's been resolved, they said, by changing something on "the backend." This app is much better now that I can use it. Pros: lets you switch between pdf view of the actual paper and a more legible regular text version lets you store past editions Con: has only one default mode of receiving the paper, which seems to be Online, requiring a data connection for zooming in. The help screen says that under Settings, you can choose from Offline, Online and Roaming modes, each with different data bandwidth use requirements. On this version of the app, Settings has no such option, only to choose how many editions to retain on the device. Perhaps that functionality will be added in an update.
Constantly cancels my credentials Every new edition says I don't have a valid subscription, except that I do. Pretty much makes the app worthless. When it did work it was great. Fix the subscription issue and I'll re -rate it.
- General Improvements
- Correction of minor issues and bugs
This is the official Android app of Aanjaneya Publications - www.e-aanjaneya.com