Yes. The app is finally usable again (Nexus 5X, Android 7.0). Hopefully they keep releasing the weekly reviews on time. There's still room for improvement (night mode, adjust text size). Also they're pricing doesn't make sense...it's cheaper to buy a print subscription and log into the ap.
Awesome magazine with an unacceptable app The new version has some improvements. It now loads on my sony tablet s where it used to hang. It appears to refresh with new issues and updates. But images cant be resized and text cant be changed or resized.and displays on my tablet as a tight unreadable blob. It may look better on other tablet sizes or resolutions but its crap on mine.
Unable to login Grrr. I'm unable to log in using the same information that works on the website. Also, I was irritated to find that one must download an issue. I like the idea of a download option for off-line reading, but would much prefer to read things within the actual app unless i choose to download. Also, the interface couldn't be less attractive. Harper's, I love you dearly and will always support your print magazine, but if a magazine is to keep up it's relevancy today, it must have at least a mediocre app.Please!
Latest update doesn't let me sign in with my legit credentials. Does anybody test these apps at Harpers? Sad that such an excellent mag can't find decent app designers.
Doesn't work! I can't use this app as it won't recognise my account.
New update breaks offline reading Can no longer open the app if not connected to wifi. Email to support unanswered. Unable to reduce font size and select black background, white text for reading on phone (need tablet for reasonable reading). Harper's should use kindle or something else like the New Yorker.
We are pleased to announce a completely rewritten app for Harper’s Magazine.
This update features faster download times and an improved off-line mode. You can now read an issue almost immediately without waiting for it to download in full, and our app is now more resilient in low signal areas such as the subway or BART.
Thank you for your feedback on the app and for reading the Harper’s app!
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