Good start- needs work I love The Moth and am so happy they have an app! However, it needs work. There needs to be a quicker way of scrolling through the list of stories. It's hard to know which one's you've heard already. It's difficult to fast forward while streaming. Also, there is no info as to when if ever the collection is updated. And as others have said, it crashes frequently.
Complete Rip Off! Galaxy S5 Crash I bought the app and I wish I read the reviews first. This goes to show what absolutely anyone is willing to rip people off to make a quick buck as a lot of these same issues date back to 2013 and haven't been fixed. I'm willing to start a class action lawsuit if anyone else is interested. I don't care how small the amount. They must pay for doing this to us.
Galaxy S4 glitchy Great material of course but app sucks. Will randomly reset to new event/slam in the middle of a story. Very fustrating, then you have to search for event all over and try to find place again. Stays open and playing even after closed. Crashes phone. Will change if updated
App doesn't work This is my favorite podcast but the app doesn't work. It crashes every time I try to refresh the podcast list. It continues to pop up with messages saying it has crashed even after I close the app. I had to Uninstall from my phone because of this. I am very sad. I paid money for this app and it's the best podcast. Please fix.
Constantly crashes If you love the suspense of not knowing how a story ends then this app is for you. You'll get a few minutes into a story and then The Moth goes leg-up and dies. And once you're out of the app there's no returning to where you left off. You have to try and find your way back. I absolutely love the show but this app makes me want to slam my head against a wall.
Worst app I've ever used. (Galaxy S4) I LOVE the radio show, and it seems like many others do, too - so I just cannot fathom WHY they think it's OK to charge money for what is THE WORST app I have ever used. If you can find ANY OTHER WAY to hear the show, I suggest not touching this app with a ten-foot pole.
The weekly public radio program This American Life, from Chicago Public Media.