Like it for phones, rubbish for tablets Like others have already said, it works fine then just packs up & won't open at all; removing & reinstalling gets things going but it always happens again after a while. Rubbish.
Fed up with crap apps on android like this one! Ugly UI, syncs constantly, no videos unlike web page(which also dont load on android browsers) want seemless might have to go back to ios
The new app is total rubbish The new app is so busy trying to do everything it freezes upb and does nothing.Bring back the old app,at least I could read the DM without having to fight the app all the time. Meanwhile I have changed to the Daily Express.
Could be good This app has always had crashing issues as long as I've had it but you just re-startedthe app and it would be fine again. Lately though it just crashes every time nlw and the only way to get it back working is to un-install it and then re-install it again. Why bother?
Good for basic news Why do you think I select what I want to see! So I don't see things of no interest, at least consider option of moving lists, rather than blank columns with press to sync, very ugly and ill thought out.
Nice idea poorly executed - fail The idea is sound, and the basis for a good offering exists. However the app is not usable in its current format, in a couple of weeks of using it I have yet to read an entire edition of the Mail, it just constantly crashes. It never remembers where one was the last time it crashed or was closed down, it randomly takes the focus from whatever else one may be doing on the tablet when performing a manual sync and will only run in portrait. The screens and fonts can not be scaled and there is no indication of how much has been synced at any given time leaving the user to guess at when the content might be ready. I've cancelled the subscription and removed this awful program from my tablet - maybe someone will let me know when the Mail finally get it right!
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