The subscription through the app is only on the app. You can’t access your subscription on any other device. The search function is useless for finding anything. All you can do is browse issues. If you find a cool HBR article on fb or Twitter, too bad if you’ve read your three free articles that month, this app aint going to help you out.
Love the MAGAZINE, enjoy every article. Please have a dark mode that makes reading easier in dim light. I do most of my reading before bed and dark mode would be amazing.
Subbing to app doesn’t get you access to website.. subscribe to website to get access to app. Also I was yelled at by their customer service for not knowing this..
No sirve. Necesito todas las funcionalidades que tengo en el webpage.
Despite paying >180.00 I’m still unable to log-in. This is ridiculous...please just let me see the content. It appears several others are having the same issue. Really, really amateur for such an esteemed publication.
This app (and website) is constantly logging me out and doesn’t sync between devices. Every time I have to log back in I have to prove I’m not a robot, and I seem to fail those 6 times in a row before I can get in. By then, I don’t even remember what article I saw on another site and wanted to read. Really crappy app for the price, no need for HBR to have tighter security than a banking app...
This is really substandard work for such a reputable institution - typography and layout is a bit of a mess. At the very least whoever is working on this app should just copy the website typography for consistency. Or reference The Information’s iOS app for layout and styling as reference for what a professional content heavy app should look like. Attention to details is sorely lacking, there’s no spacing between the url and title string when you use the share sheet. I would happily fix all this for free just so I don’t have to look at this anymore.
As a subscriber and mobile app user, I am disappointed that Ian unable to access the ‘subscriber only’ feature article. I am properly signed-in, but the article asks for additional sign-in, that then sends the user into a loop that does not recognize the password and offers the user to sign in. I really wanted to read the article and have spent 20 min trying to get in. Disappointed that the interface needs more user testing
I only need one-month's subscription, so I called them to cancel my renewing subscription. They canceled my current subscription and didn't refund me. By the way, you can only call them to cancel.
It would be nice to have article dates included with content available through the mobile app. I like web-based HBR articles since I can see when the article was published at the very top of the article. Can you include this as a new feature in a future update to the app?