I recently purchased a digital subscription from TIME.com. The app somehow refuses to recognize my email ID and doesn’t let me log onto the app.
I subscribed to Time through my computer using email/password for account.When i try to login in through this app on my phone i can’t. There is only a section for email. There isn’t a place to type in my password.
When we try to download issues, we get an error message. This has happened before. We’re also longtime subscribers.
This has not happened before. Disappointing.
I am still getting the message “we are having difficulty in connecting. Please try later”. After “syncing” so many times, is it possible to send my refund from the date I have not “enjoyed TIME magazine”.? (Feb 10,2020) Is there a way to return my subscription from Feb 10, 2020? You have cased my check on January 10, for 40.0 for my subscription thru’ year 2020(Bank confirmation PWX70-TN2NJ PLEASE CHECK IN TO YOUR DEVELOPER’S PROBLEM FOR MY ACCESS OR RETURN THE SUBSCRIPTION. Thanks Satish
I am unable to download the newest issue of TIME Magazine and have been unable to do so since it came out this past Friday (6/11). I get the message “Error occurred - please try again”. This also happened with the previous issue, which I was finally able to download the following Wednesday. Prior to this I have not experienced any problems. Please fix this ASAP.
Once more I have the problem of getting the sign to “Buy Issue $6.99” on my IPad when I already have a paid digital subscription that has several months to go on it. I tried signing in again, I tried changing my password, nothing works. Have had this problem before, most recently a few months ago. Really frustrating. I won’t be renewing again if this continues. This is highly unprofessional.
Its been two editions ago since iv succesfully donwnloaded time mag… please fix this.
Same problem as many subscribers have reported. The app tells me to buy a subscription. I already have one. Just want to download the new issue.
This app is utterly useless. The issues don’t show up with any meaningful regularity. Haphazard is the only way to describe it.