Nice app Really like this app so far. Thank you for not needing a subscription. This is good for me.
Statesman App Notifications take you to the front page as opposed to showing the news item referenced....No one has time for that! Just make the links work properly please.
App is OK, but $7/mo...uninstall! App is OK, crashes some, and doesn't open very fast from the push notifications. Not worth paying for local news that I can get for free elsewhere.
Disapointing Lots of ads pop. Clicked on a story for TreeFort, got an ad, story was just the headline. Needs work...
Support Your Local Newspaper The app is not spectacular, but it is plenty servicable. However, that is really not the point. The real issue is supporting local, professional journalism. You wouldn't expect the paper version for free, would you? Not if you want the journalists and editors to get a paycheck. And although I don't always agree with the Statesman's editorial opinions, I do think it is vitally important to have a vibrant and free local press. So pony up the $10 a month, it's worth it.
Greedy It's a free app, but you get a limited number of story views. Then they want you to subscribe. I suppose this would be fine if they didn't have advertisements all over the place as well. Give us a free app and make your money off ads like everyone else.
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