Hidden features! Ah ha! You scroll right to left for the next article. To read the current article, you scroll down to up. I don't know how to return to the table of contents without restarting the issue. There should be a special menu option to go directly to my stories... I had no performance issues.
Poor use of storage. Poor performance on Toshiba Thrive. Application has no ability to use any amount of my more than 20GB of free shared storage. Instead app plus approx 200MB per issue chews up a large percentage of the faster internal storage. All this and poor performance too. Pretty close to unusable.
Not fluent. Difficult to browse through magazine. I was excited to see a nice digital copy of the Roundel come to Android, however the app seems to lag in performance. Swiping between pages, even on a Nexus 10, was painfully slow.
A good start This actually works fine in my environment, a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. A little slow to page, but no worse than the Hemmings app, or Performance BMW app. Zinio remains the standard for the best in my opinion. There is one problem that I hope is fixed right away: when you close the app, it doesn't keep up with the page you were reading, and instead returns you to the cover. That's really stupid, a major fail. Please fix it! I'm also not fond of the decision to make articles and sections such as letters scroll up and down instead of side to side, like every other reader I use. I keep forgetting and page forward instead. Of course, when I page back, it goes back to the top of the article instead of the page I was reading - see above. Once I discovered that the faint dots at the lower right are the visual cue that you can page down, and also show the count of pages and where you are in the article, I relaxed a bit and got used to it pretty quickly. All in all, if they will fix the problem about retaining the page you were on, I'd probably be willing to get the Roundel in digital format only. It will save the club a bit of money, and I prefer reading on my tab anyway.
Only can view 20 pixels of magazine - Droid RazR Droid Razr Maxx: When I open a download copy of the magazine I can only view a 20x20 pixel portion of the magazine. The rest of the screen is black. This occurs for both landscape and portrait orientation. During the transition of changing orientation the entire magazine briefly shows but when it settles in the new orientation it goes back to 20x20 pixels. With this issue it is useless.
sorry the apps didn't install in Galaxy Note 4 verison Android 5.1.1. Says not compatible