PATHETIC I recently downloaded this app figuring that it would be similar to the magazine "Astronomy"; but nope its just junk that they want you to pay for & its over priced. I ordered the Astronomy Magazine I paid $33 & change, for a years worth of magazine's. Which is way better then what these apps seem t be.
DON'T DOWNLOAD - Only first issue is free Worst astronomy app ever. This app contains only first issue "Cosmic Origins" that is free whereas other issues can only be bought with real money. So, do not download!
no samples me not buying I always wonder why company's don't give a sample to see if we will like it. How hard would it be then we can say oh ok I like it I will buy some issues. Uninstalling waste of time.
Amazing! Do you get mad that you don't get free music when you download a free music player app? No, so quit whining about having to pay for issues on a magazine app lol If you aren't cheap (meaning you're okay with paying a couple bucks for an issue) and have a passion for astronomy, then you will love this. It's probably one of the best collection of reads I've had in a while!
Bait and switch Ok Kalmbach, I pay for the magazine for years in advance... the last you could do is have the courtesy to inform people that you want them to pay for the app to work I'm not even complaining about the price (which I would have gladly paid if you hadn't tried to sucker me in) now you very well lose my patronage completely if this is how you do business. There is always Sky and Telescope Magazin. I would suggest modifying at least the cost or how you advertise before you alienate your current customers.
Not free What were they thinking? Where does it explain that this "free" app is not delivering any of the professed content unless you purchase each "issue" separately. Seems pretty dishonest.
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