For $39 a month, this information can easily be found elsewhere. It is way too expensive for what it is worth.
iPad app reminds me of when the first ipad came out and there were no native apps — that gross bloated-phone look. I really need to be able to use the app in landscape mode, so the fact that that isn’t possible makes the app totally useless, which is a shame. If your app provided a better experience, I would definitely be more engaged with your content.
This is a news app. A $399/year app, at that. You NEED to have native iPad support, period. Read all the reviews that mention this and listen to your customers before they churn. The content is good, but 1 star app until you have native iPad support (including landscape mode). Will update my review if and when that happens.
No iPad Pro support. Gross given the subscription cost. Get it together...
I love this app, this writing is amazing. Couple things I would like to see: 1.) Dark Mode compatibility. I read articles first thing in the morning or late at night in my phone and prefer the black background 2.) A widget where I can see too headlines
App is well done overall, but really needs dark mode and a native iPadOS app.
No exclusive stories worthy of the subscription $
I get emails from TI, and clicking on links takes me to my Slack app, where I also receive all TI articles. But when I click on an article in Slack to see the whole thing, I’m redirected to The Information's iPhone app, which downloaded automatically to my iPad because it’s on my iPhone. Who wants to have to turn their iPad sideways and read articles on a small screen rather than in a browser?? I’ve deleted the TI app from my iPad, but it makes plain the fact that TI needs an app built specifically for the iPad.
Everything is excellent. I’ll never be able to afford a subscription, but an iPad version would be great.
In February, I tried out this app and ended up paying for a year of "The Top 10". The most recent update prevents me from viewing the "Top 10" stories, and it displays an up sell for their standard subscription. I can't recommend an app that takes a year of money and only gives 6 months of the product.