Notification for pay articles do not indicate that they are not free. Basically, they use notifications as advertisements. Is this even allowed under the app store’s terms of service?
Stop putting news behind paywalls!! People deserve to know what is happening in their state. Put some more ads up or something if you need money you cheap b*******.
While I appreciate that ads pay for the paper, as a paid subscriber I shouldn’t be subjected to flashing and scrolling ads. There doesn’t seem to be a way to turn them off.
Sliding downhill. New format is not friendly. Clunky pages jump around. Too bad. I’m glad there are other options.
Crashes on launch now... Sad because I relied on this app daily.
Not able to open ??
Since the bug fixes last week I have been unable to open my Oregon live app. I have paid for the subscriber exclusive of 99.99 and am not able to use it. Help! Blair Holman
Like the app but stopped working about 1 week ago which looks like it coincides with your last update. Please fix.
Have had the OregonLive app on my IPad for several years. A useful source of news. However, in the past week or so, it no longer will open. When I click on the OregonLive icon, within about 10 seconds, I’m taken back to my initial screen page. Have closed the app out/deleted it and restarted it from iCloud several times now. Still no luck. This all started just after your redesign. What do you suggest to allow me to get back the Oregon Live on my iPad? Rating would have been higher, but for this recent glitch.
The latest update introduces dark mode compatibility, more attractive, easier-to-read text, and seems to have solved the prior issue of ads covering content. Unfortunately it also introduces new problems: 1. Signs me out each time I close the app, even though I opt to stay signed in. I have to sign back in and restore purchases each time I open the app. 2. Images and captions are cut off - no heads on people!, not clickable, and no zoom/pan. I hope that the developers will restore the app’s functionality soon, because I support local news with my subscription and continue to value the Oregonian’s reporting.