Great mag, but this app is totally useless. I download books to my Kindle to read up at the cottage during our vacation, where there is no Internet whatsoever (and we like it that way). Since this app is basically a web interface, it doesn't function like every other e-reader in the world. There's no option for saving magazines to my SD card (in fact there's no options for the app, period) , so I basically have to read them at home, or where there's Wi-Fi. Pretty idiotic. Looks like I'm going to have to go back to the hardcopy and back to lugging 20 lbs worth of magazines back and forth.
I have been a long time subscriber of MBA and was really looking forward to having an offline version on my tablet and phone but I can't access anything without an Internet connection. Any chance you guys are developing an offline version? 2 stars because I love the mag!
How do you save the old mag in the cloud.
The actual magazine is great (when I can access it). Every month for the past 4 months, I have to submit a trouble ticket to the app creator due to the fact that each month, they reset my subscription and state that I do not have access to that issue. I am paid through August of this year. Each month I have to go through this same routine which is ridiculous. It shouldn't take 4 months to get this issue resolved. Please Mountain Bike Action, have someone else create your digital issues. Perhaps having them accessible through the google play newsstand would be ideal. Then no lackluster app would be needed. (I don't even want to get started on the poor functionality of the app itself)
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Could be alot better User interface is lacking. I should be able to hit offline mode and be able to download any issue I want. Why does it take so long to download an issue? And why can't I save articles I like for future references. I should be able to mark some of my articles as favorites in that way. The only thing that this app has going forward is the actual content you might as well go out and buy a magazine
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