Problematic app App no longer crashes after each article, but now it starts a new paragraph after every 20 words or something making it very hard to skim articles. Also, most links still appear to be broken. They used to update the articles very frequently but not anymore. Last year, I used this app once a day. Now, I use it once every 3 months because new articles are so rare these days.
Ads! Malicious ads! I closed the app only to have to fight my way through 3 screens of ads all trying to trick me into downloading malicious software. The app itself has some very interesting articles, but i don't want to spend more time fighting ads than i am spending actually reading articles.
Crap Adverts all over it. And pop up advert after every story you open. This was not made by people that want to spread science knowledge. Don't waste your time.
? 1. Legit review 2. Horrible editing. 3. Insidious resources (People Mag as a resource now.. Really?). 4. Days after any legit resource had reliable data. 5. Oh ya adds and lots of it. 6. I could keep going but then I'd be in negative stars... Oh wait we can't do that.. Sigh this app USED to be good.
Wonderful Overview in One Place.., This app, taking up not very much memory space, gives you daily updated info on so many science subjects! From space exploration, to ancient finds around the earth, this site is a treasure to dive into every day. Even the 'ads' are very low-key...Keep up the good investigative work, guys - it is really appreciated!
Crashes Frequently crashes. Hasn't been updated in over 2 years. Needs a soft back button. Other than that, it has about the best UI design of all the Science news related apps.
- fixed bugs with ad and crashes, favorites and search.
- Share articles with friends
- new user interface
- increase speed work
- new server
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