Your newspaper business is terrible. 3 Sunday in a row no newspaper. To use this app I had to go to customer service. I am always told I would be credited. I never received any email about the credit. I am filling a complaint with the Better Business Bureau tomorrow on Monday against your newspaper for terrible customer service.
I’ve had this app for years and check daily for any new articles. I’ve been extremely busy the last couple of weeks and haven’t been able to go on and read up. I read a couple articles last night before bed, and just went on here to catch up some more and it says I’ve used all of my free articles for the month?? Since when did I have to pay? And for reading more that 3 articles a month?? No wonder TNT is out of here now. Management failure at its best...
I won’t pay for this app. And I won’t pay for delivery that has always been hit and miss. I’ll read it for free at the bar. The tribune has gotten smaller and smaller and more and more expensive. Not worth the money anymore. It was pretty decent for many years but not any longer.
Can never log in, continually asks for password reset then gives error message. Cancel your subscription and move on.
Where are they? I miss them both .
Trying to read on iPad is horrible. Still have not found the comics. The display on a regular computer is much better and easier to navigate.
The app works ok but I sure wish they would just report the news instead of subjecting us to their far left, pro Dimslee, pro Ferguson, and anti gun/second amendment nonsense constantly. It’s very tiring. I also am about to pull the plug on this liberal mouthpiece for a the worst governor this state has ever seen. The TNT’s filtering of what we read is very close to being “fake news” in my opinion. This is why they are about to go under.
I was a long-time (20+ years) subscriber to the TNT before stopping in 2014. Very recently I re-subscribed, mainly because I believe local newspapers are (or at least should be) an important contributor towards having an educated populace. But if this app is any indication of the direction the TNT has taken over the past four years, my return to the subscriber fold may be brief. My biggest complaint about this app is: advertisements take up 50% of reading space! When you view a story, you’ll see a full-width photo or video at the top. Below that, though, the presentation is split into two equal-width (and unadjustable) columns - the left half holds the article’s content, and the right half is reserved for ads. You can go into settings and adjust the font size (which is poor app design in itself), but that just means larger letters will be squeezed into the left-most, 50%-width, column. This makes for an annoying reading experience, especially for long-form articles - way too much scrolling involved; plus the constant distraction of animated advertisements makes it extremely difficult to read the articles with any sort of focus. One might argue “well, they need the revenue from the advertisements” - but, in the end, that’s not my problem as a subscriber. Like any business, if their services aren’t meeting my needs as a customer, I have no compelling reason to continue giving them my money. The only reason I didn’t give this app ONE star is because there is still worthwhile content here, even if they make it annoyingly difficult to extract its full value. Obviously the rank-and-file workers still care about doing quality work and providing informative content. It’s unfortunate the newspaper’s leadership doesn’t make that a higher priority.
If i could....and you want me to actually PAY for your cutrate crap website that is rarely updated more than once per day? Yeah good luck with keeping it afloat with "subscribers".
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