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I enjoyed reading my subscription to The Atlantic on my Kindle app just fine until Amazon stopped carrying it a couple months ago. Migrating to a direct subscription on their website, I was pleasantly surprised to find a lot of additional content on The Atalantic’d app. Bonus! However…. The app constantly re-directs me to the home page anytime I set my phone down for more than a few minutes. Which means that if I take a break from an article, I’m forced to navigate (all over again) as many as four interfaces to get back to my where I was. Then I still have to scroll the article to get to wherever I left off. So tedious and so easy to fix imho. If anyone from the Atlantic is reading this I hope you will take action to fix this silly bug. Otherwise it would be a fantastic experience.
Though I've been a long time fan of the writing The Atlantic seems to be on a path to destroy what was once an extraordinary publication. I am a paying customer with a login to the digital publication. Not only do articles now contain multiple very large obtrusive blinking glaring block ads which are a complete disgrace to the publication, apparently instead of writing new content they republish the old. The republishing is less of a problem but to split an article into blocky segment separated by blocks of ads is so disruptive and disappointing. With the current format and blemish on this longtime publication I am no longer willing to pay to support them.
I’m a subscriber yet I’m shown way too many ads interrupting the reading experience. Lame.
No matter what you search for it never finds the results
I’m a paid subscriber and will randomly get full page ads halfway through reading an article , that cannot be closed
The app periodically forgets that I am a paying subscriber and logs me out, then prompts me to pay for a subscription whenever I try to read an article. The only way I’ve found to fix this is uninstall and reinstall the app, which is annoying! I hope you can fix this soon (or let me know if I’m doing something wrong on my end). Thanks!
Doesn’t even associate with their domain, so links to news articles on their site still open in the browser.
This app was always bad at requiring you to log in frequently. It’s gotten worse, requiring you to log in almost every time I use the app. I have other news outlet apps that I pay a subscription for that I have never had to log in more than once after years of using them. Why can’t the Atlantic get this right?!
Love the substance in this app. Content is amazing. It is so irritating to have to relogin at almost every use. I’ve deleted the app and restored it twice as instructed by The Atlantic customer service - didn’t help.
This app is practically useless. If you want to know what the 10 most read stories are, it’s great. For any other purpose, it’s terrible. I just go straight to the website now. I wish they would re-design the app from the ground up.