Claims of an innovative app are lost on me. One out of every two articles requires a subscription. The content is worthy and interesting thought hard to agree it is of the quality and comprehensiveness claimed on the web site. If they had an international subscription model similar to the Washington Post, I could justify the expenditure otherwise it's one of many free sources.
The app used to provide notifications when news events occurred. In the last six months or so, it's started to send notifications for anything, including analyses. It defeats the purpose of wanting news notifications, and I plan to delete the app as a result unless it changes back.
Great newspaper, faulty app. I paid for a subscription but app crashes way too often.
Good source of informed knowledge.
Looks nice, content is good and interesting (if sometimes not as deeply researched as it should be to provide more support). The amount of stuff locked up in a subscription is annoying, but I get by alright. The advertisements are a but annoying when, after it takes over the screen, you accidentally click it in trying to close it.
- bug fix
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