I very much dislike the new scrolling method. I've been using curiosity since it first came out and I've been happy to see it come so far. However, the new method of scrolling where everything is viewed on one page is harder to use, doesn't permit double tapping to like an article, and is less astheically pleasing than the method of scrolling. Edit: The new update fixed these issues, however, I would like to see a setting for making the UI have a light theme.
I am curious all over again! Update: I liked the left to right swipes better. Scroll vertical is not butter smooth, and one has to take efforts to centre the card. I have a nexus 6p, so not really a resource scarce device. Scroll-and-lock may help fix this up. Update: thanks. You fixed it it seems. Enjoying the app.
Hey Team Curiosity, I really love your app. I think it's one of the best educative apps out there. But please bring back the 'Flow' of scrolling. The scrolling in the new update feels very rigid. It's not finger friendly. Know what I mean. Please bring it back.
The app is overall amazing. However with the latest update seem to have lost the night mode!! Also a suggestion is it possible to add a search bar for any word in general that is relqted to some article?
Well previously some of my days gone just blank with full of lazziness and repeatitiv. And at the end of the day i am left with only regrets that i wasted another day of my life. But with this beautiful app now i can say i learn something new everyday
The content may be good but the visuals are not loading and it takes a lot of time in between menus. And yes I do have a fast internet connection. Kindly check the issue. Thank you
We hear your feedback about navigation and we're working on a solution.
1. Daily topics snap vs smooth scroll like the previous app version.
2. Larger graphics in main feed.
3. Trending and recommended content in your daily feed supported.
4. Misc. bug fixes.
Please email me (Andy) firstname.lastname@example.org to share your thoughts.
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