Few issues One of the better reading experiences on my tablet. I'd like an option to view in landscape view instead of defaulting into Portrait. I also have recently upgraded to a new phone and this app isn't compatible, so that's really saddening. All-in-all a good app with a few issues that I can forgive for now and look forward to new development.
I'm pretty impressed. I am a new subscriber to Tabletalk magazine. To have the app included in the subscription price was a nice bonus. So far, I am thoroughly impressed with the functionality of this app. There have been a few times that I have seen the iOS version of an app and wondered why the Android version wasn't as good. Granted, I've yet to see the iOS version of this app, but the Android version has not left me wanting. The UI is ascetically pleasing, the usability is easy to learn, and the pages look great. Good job.
App Apparently doesn't work on android tab. Someone else mentioned this. Would have helped if I had been told so when I called. Why in the world would it not work on a new Samsung tablet?
Love the magazine not the app It forces me to read in portrait which is awkward with a larger tablet at least for me. It also keeps vacillating between landscape and portrait (I think this is more an issue with Samsung) and closes with an error having to do with MIB decompression. Unusable for me.
Doesn't work on my tablet I have a tab 3 but when i open the app it says unable to fetch library. Is there something i can do to fix it?
Back issue download problems Recently, I could not download Nov. 2013. The 'fix' from Ligonier made it so that November 2012 could not be downloaded. You can have one or the other, not both! Support told me to reinstall the app...it got worse. It is now nearly useless.
— Various app enhancements
This new version will be required to read future issues of Tabletalk.