Can you please put me in touch with the app development team? I currently have a Digital subscription but the Android app is so bad that I often just read from my mother's Print subscription instead. The Android app is almost entirely useless in New York because it requires an internet connection to function, even after the Issue has been downloaded to the device. If I try to use the app on the subway, sometimes I lose the ability to read entirely until the next subway stop. Other times I can continue to read, but the app refreshes the page when a new internet connection is established, disrupting my reading. In all cases the app lacks basic features like proper zoom, highlighting, remembering the page, jumping to certain pages, linking like a PDF, etc. It is time for me to renew my subscription I would like to have a Digital subscription, but only if there are plans to improve the Android app. Otherwise I will be forced to kill trees to read Science. Can you please put me in touch with the app development team? I am a software engineer myself so I can take this conversation to a technical level with them. Thank you. P.S The app requires a Digital subscription, Print won't work
Is ur team fledgling amateurs; 4such an outstanding organization as AAAS, it's untoward, uncharacteristic & weak 2represent w/such a poor-performing app.
The app downloaded from google play is unusable as it is vitually impossible to read magazine without becoming frustrated. Best if you join through their website.
Not usable. If you have subscription, as I do, it still does not work.
I was unable to launch it on my device. I receive a message that says I'm not subscribed to the magazine, even though I have an active subscription. I tried to fix this by reinstalling the app but it didn't work.
Doesnt let me view any magazines even though i have a subscription.
- Bug fixes
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