Newer Cases aren't present The interface is great, but it's already April 2016 and there are no 2016 cases on the app. The app DB should be updated with the site's DB.
WiNoJoE sez: Wow, what a nice app, good job devs! How it got a 3.8 avg rating I'll never understand.
Go Kent I love the audios, oral arguments and judgments. Hope more cases get posted. Go kent, from a former LLM student.
Good concept, but needs tweaking The app has great potential, but a key flaw undermines its value: it freaks out when you lock your screen. I'd like to listen to arguments without leaving the screen on the entire time, but when I lock my device's screen, the audio stops. Worse, when I turn the screen back on, I can't select the part of the argument I was just listening to -- I instead have to hit the back button, re-select the argument from the media list/reload the transcript, and scroll through the transcript to find roughly where I was. That's so inconvenient that, unless you want to leave your screen on for an entire 60- or 90-minute argument, it's arguably better to download argument audio on your own and use your device's native audio player. Fix this issue and it's a 4- or 5-star app. As it is, it's a 3-star app.
The Case history is mediocre at best
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