Only one problem (not a bug) Nvision runs in full screen. Id like to be able to see my notification bar (top of screen with time and network status, ect). The few pixles being saved for probably one or two more lines of text per screen isn't worth it. Please either fix this or add a settings toggle. Thanks, keep up the good work devs.
Used to be way cooler Used to have articles about all sorts of things. But now all they talk about is three main things (with some kickers); warcraft, all things Nvidia, and steam. I miss when there was more stuff about Android or emulators or cool game headlines. Got real dumb lately, uninstalling.
Doesn't work for the new Shield K1 tablet! Strange considering this app is supposedly optimized for Shield tablets and is featured in the Shield Hub! Maybe these people weren't prepared for Android Marshmallow which by the way was already rolling out to Nexus devices in October of last year!
Wack!!!! The older version was waaaaaaaay more informative than this. Their were notifications, more topics. What was broke about the last one that you guys redesign of the interface? This was a waste of time, patience and MBs...uninstalling right now GOODBYE!!!
No new stories Used to love this app, used to check it everyday. Now the articles are so few and far between I only check it once a week. Even then maybe 1 new story. What happened?
Great app, but... Used to love it before the revamp, but since the change happened, it's super slow to load articles (anywhere from 10-30 seconds), and often feels like it freezes. Uninstalled & updates, and still pretty crappy.. Viewing on Nexus 7 LTE (2014)..
- Addressed freeze / crashing issues—still working on NVIDIA SHIELD tablet
- Removed ads for the moment
- Cache fixes to help with loading pages and categories much faster
- Other bug fixes based on user feedback
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