Journalistic garbage, no hometown pride The Cincinnati Enquirer attacks every hometown institution (especially the region's largest employer, UC) as if they just slapped their momma. The UC hate is unsurprising, as president Rick Green is a self-proclaimed OSU devotee and married to a Xavier grad. I appreciate investigative journalism, but the Enquirer just takes these shots to rack up the page views. It's unprofessional, and sadly all too common in modern media. You can thank the Enquirer's owner, Gannett Company, for playing a part in that.
The app stinks I gave 2 not one since you can read selected headline and some articles unlike with our PAID ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION which kicks us into a continuous sign-in loop. Customer service isn't. They don't care. Asked for a supervisor 2 weeks ago. No call yet!
No comments? Why does the mobile website allow online comments but the app doesn't? I prefer the mobile website for that reason, but the mobile website now limits the number of articles I can read even though I sign in and I'm a "full access" subscriber.
New app fails to load stories The latest update doesn't work. Stories don't load. Only headlines
Despite being a subscriber, I still have to deal with ads in the app. On top of that, there is no way to log-in to the app to say I'm a subscriber, as the little key icon is not visible. Disappointed.
Bugs, freezing, a mess Locks up constantly since last update. Ads overwhelm. Terrible. Totally unprofessional
• Improved design so you can scan our headlines with ease
• Elect to add up to five of our local properties to get your community news added to your feed
• Enabled sharing for Virtual Reality content
• Bug fixes and stability improvements