Fine for text reading. But I downloaded this for it voice-to-text ability, but it's not really ready for prime time. It can't keep track of your place when you close the app, and if you turn off the screen it stops reading (and loses your place). So you can't use it to listen to an article on a walk for example, which seems like it would be the prime use case for such a feature. So close yet so far. It would also be nice to have more than one VTT voice. Uninstalled.
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Was able to log in effortlessly, and nice that there is access to a multitude of magazines. However, the app leaves alot to be desired, outside of navigating and reading, it does nothing more (except "bookmark). An immediate function that is lacking is the ability to favorite magazine titles, so you dont have to look for them everytime. Stitcher is a good analog. App does its job, but leaves alot lacking, very unfortunate.
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Not bad if you don't mind reading with a magnifying glass. I didn't know it was possible for texts in a reading app to not be resizable. The log in page on the app is different than the browser. It doesn't allow logging via library card number. A few glaring issues. The devs should feel lucky to even get 2 starts.
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