Wish I could give this app more stars, it's incredibly made!! Please, don't change the app and hands down, it's very informative for anyone to have!! Especially, if you're interested in how the mind works or learning additional knowledge of it. Shout out & much thanks to the developer(s)! :) *2 thumbs up*
Article arrival is noisy and a bit obtrusive, but the articles are well worthwhile. Hope u won't get too involved with political issues. There's more than enuff hopeless crap already available in other sources.
Ok but no frills. It might be nice to add article date and source. On "live" I thought it would provide a continuous feed of all articles, but it seems like the "day" tab has a better feed with breaking news; maybe you should get rid of the "live", "day" and "month" tab and just include chronologically sorted articles. If possible, it might be good to include a search of headlines and a search of article text. A widget might be a nice add on later. Thank you!
Had low expectations bc these "news update apps" rarely turned out well, but I was pleasantly surprised. Nice UI, good layout, and notifications work smoothly. Easy bookmark system, but looks like a download button. Thanks to the developers!
This app provides me with the most up to the minute information about important research and discoveries in neuroscience. Nearly every day a featured article has information relevant and useful to my own work. The information is comprehensive enough to convey its importance while avoiding the overuse of distracting technical language. Sources are cited, ensuring factual information, presented in a professional yet understandable style. I've used several articles as a jumping off point to develop new approaches to current projects and have already begun seeing positive changes. Notifications are helpful without being annoying. Runs smoothly, no issues, rarely notice ads. Kudos and profound thanks to developer(s)!
My only complaint is that it is very addictive :-} [ ] After using it a while, the only other suggestion, of how it could be better, is to allow sharing freely without creating a "default choice". Meaning, if I share an article by email, but next time I want to share on Facebook etc., I have to 'unselect the default choice in settings'.
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