My go-to app for reading articles about web development. My only "complaint" is that you can't add tags for your own bookmarks (and of course it would be great if I could also filter and search my bookmarks based on my own custom tags). Currently if I want to "save" an article with tags, need to share it to my pocket-account, which then allows me to add my own tags(and search my saved articles based on those tags)
From the reader's perspective the app offers inferior experience to the mobile web, I've found it to be generally slower and unreliable with spotty connection. Articles are not cached for offline reading – not to mention you can't read your bookmarks offline. The single reason I keep it around is that I don't need to login to every domain to like/bookmark article (which also doesn't work offline). Edit: Medium announced Offline Reading List as one of the few benefits of paid membership. If you are not interested in paying for offline support, you are better off with Instapaper or Pocket rather than this app.
The collection of articles is quite rich and good quality, however there are some bugs in the app. Series pages do not fir properly in my screen. Some of the initial lines get cropped. When I select a topic to follow, the button changes to following, but if I scroll down and come back, the same topic button resets itself.
Bon design, des articles intéressants et plusieurs sources différentes. Applications très sympa pour passer le temps et nous motiver je trouve
It is hard to find specific stories. It seems that only newer stories are on my feed but what about old stories that are good or quality? How would I go about reading those ones?
Why does this app need to access my contacts? I thought I was signing up to a provider of reading material! Uninstalling.
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