New update too many alerts, can't quickly and easily turn off too many alerts and battery drains quicker now. Uninstalling app.
Beta test? I'm hoping this app is being beta tested with this release. Many issues that make it frustrating to use on my Note 5. Reading pages that auto jump to the same ad then you go back but instead of the story you are back to the top of the page listing. Comics and photos appear on a page in micro size that you have to keep expanding and moving into view until you can see them. Won't orient in landscape. Can't stay on the same headline you read from but have to continue scrolling down again to continue. More....
Major letdown Could not login to my existing account...it kept telling me my username and password were wrong even though it was exactly the same as what I login with on laptop and iPad... 36 hours after I downloaded when I tried to open it I was informed my 7 day free trial was over please subscribe and I never could get the sections to change! Don't waste your time with this (cr)app!
Not as good This app is not as good as the ipad app. It doesn't reoreint itself when the pad is moved, u have to shrink the stories down to read it. And toe comics r real small that when u expand them out the words r destorted. Make it more like the ipad and u would have more customers.
New version introduced in July 2016 stinks The article titles are so tiny they are unreadable. Zooming in is awkward and not user friendly. Please offer an option to revert back to the previous version which was awesome.
Not currently usable Was working great. No longer able to see sections on live edition and the comics on previous days is microscopic. As of 4-2016 nothing has changed. Think they just mailed the android version in.
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