I have been using the app every day for years and am totally addicted. I keep looking for more and more to learn and add to my library. However since last update I have to swipe to scroll to read long sentences. Please fix.
Great concept, poor programming; application crashes every time at exit; after recent update it's using only a small part of the phone screen - so super difficult to read.
Lacks basic functions Lazy programming results in the lack of search option to look up new words. Also, where are the editable notes currently available in PC version? These are essentials. Developer does not use his own software apparently.
this app is full of bugs. for instance it can randomly deactivate your course and then it looses all dismissed pages once the course has been redeemed. quite often the word choice makes me wonder what the guy smoked when compiling the course. in the upshot, you'd better stay clear from this product.
Deactivated after upgrade to android 6 After upgrade to Android 6.01 all the courses I own deactivated. One I was able to activate using the original code. Two others say that code is wrong or used on to many devices. No way to get them working and the number of repetitions grows every day. Very frustrating. ESPECIALLY BECAUSE THE SAME ALREADY HAPPENED WITH THE UPDATE TO ANDROID FIVE. Do something please.
Great idea, lacks quality in execution, lame programming. I've used SuperMemo for almost two decades now, and I'm happy to see it on Android. Great idea overall, yet impressively lame programming. Since I've updated my phone to Android 5.1.1 the app won't open at all, it crashes instantly. Right now I can't learn from any of the 8 paid courses I bought, I'm very disappointed. At this very moment it deserves zero stars, nil, nothing, nada.
This update adapts the app for the newest versions of Android. Problems which appeared on some devices with the previous update have been solved.
The official English Grammar in Use app, written by Raymond Murphy.