what's the difference? if i visit your mobile site directly?
Fix repeating stories Same news keeps rolling no matter how much u scroll down ... Only use I find is that videos play in decent quality than regular browser..
Stupid ad's Has to be a 1 star rating for the. simple reason the 30 sec cbs ad before every single video is a nightmare.If i watch 6 videos that means i am forced to watch the same ad for 3 minutes.I live in the uk cbs is of no intetest to me.
Sucks Says experiencing slow or no internet, only app that thinks that. Takes forever to load any story. It would be better if you just made this a web portal. For a tech site you all have some ultra sucky developers, congrats on your level of sucking. I could write (and have actually) a better app in 2 days. FYI, feedback email in app is dead.
Sick of Ads and biased editors install Appy Geek This app used to be decent till CNET became sell outs to ads on every video they upload. Their articles stink if paid slating of samsung or praising of apple. Stuck by them and gave them the benefit of doubt but turns out it's only getting worse. Downloaded an app called Appy Geek. Seems to be the content I'm after but without the crap.
Get rid of internal browser CNET articles are great, as usual, but when I click on a link I want to be taken to the browser I choose and not the internal baked in browser of the CNET app. I'm just going to put a shortcut to CNET's mobile site on Chrome until this gets fixed
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