Ad Riddled and resource HOG It takes 15 to 25 seconds to load when you get an alert. It is AD riddled. It is now constantly reminding me to update it. I updated a week ago. Quit spamming me or I will delete the ap all together! Just another corporate ad blaster! Don't waste your time with this app! I use an LG v10.
It's a waste of time. Only shows videos, and I can't stream it to my smart tv without adding another app. Who thought this up? They didn't think long or hard enough. I get better live news from fb.
New Vers slow! Wanna scream And kick the phone. It's just text and page won't load! Headlines repeat several times for some dumb reason. Like there's an abundance of news. This app still sucks!
It's working again. It forced me to update; now it says I have no Internet connection, even though I just downloaded the app. My other apps are able to connect just fine. Update: Evidently the app fell victim to the massive DDOS cyberattacks of 10/21/16. Now it's working again. Once you get used to the odd user interface, the app is okay.
Latest Update can't handle stream switching This app cannot handle cut over from other streaming app. For example, if I switch over from the NPR app or I Heart Radio app to the CBS Local app, this app cannot handle the stream and will cut out. I am left with listening again to the app I just switched over from. What a horrible loser app update this is.
- Updated compatibility for Android M (6.0)
- Performance enhancements for video and audio streaming
- Video Player will now close automatically when the video ends
- Fixed bug where phone screen would lock while watching video
- Fixed: Embedded videos within articles were not playing
- Fixed crash when trying to submit Photos
- Additional crash fixes and other bug fixes
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