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
Cool app Nice features, crashes too much.
Crashes constantly Could be a great app but it crashes ever time I use it. When you use the features such as the case map feature the app crashes every time. App crashes after long time usage.
- 2014 cases
- several crash bugs fixed
- improved stability