Needs a lot of improvement To be honest I was expecting an app that I could log into, it would tie into my web profile, pull feeds for the companies I follow, stock alerts, etc... With a widget so that I could always peek at what's going on without ever needing to visit the site again. Right now I don't see value in using the app and use other stock tools instead,
Not much different than the website. This app could be so much better. Where is the access to the premium sections, how about caps, screeners, watch lists, etc..
Can't access subscriptions at all! If you just want a motley sampling of Fool content, it is ok. But-pretty useless for anyone who subscribes and was hoping to just access those subscriptions a little more easily by mobile device. This appears to be aimed at those new to Motley Fool. For an app, this one is so simplistic it has the feel of something created on a whim & not updated in years.
Great content, terrible app In this section users grade apps, not content so... Cleary this was designed to make podcasts more easily accessible for mobile but that's about it. Devs look at INV app, grab some ideas then integrate your content. Seriously can't sign in to make this app customized? In this mobile age with such future thinking editors The Motley Fool should know better than to present a garbage app like this in 2015. Has less functionality than the mobile web page except podcasts.
Great content, app could be better The content that motley fool delivers is fantastic, however it's not much different to the website and the navigation could be much improved.
Love being foolish... Love the gains we're making with their expert advice.
- Fixes the blank content pages that are showing up for users of Android 5.x
- Better support for devices with bigger screens and higher pixel densities.
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