Poor app. No option to read stories offline.
You are most often reporting news a day late. I see no reason for this since you are providing an online paper. Since you are on facebook, why not allow the community to discuss the articles that you display?
Deleted this app. iOS battery settings showed it had been running in the background for over a day. I had not accessed it in a few days. Not cool.
This version will not stay down loaded for reading later when WiFi May not be available. Also far too many steps to download for comfortable reading on an iPad. Extremely frustrating!
I spent $130 on the app for a year’s subscription, only to find that I don’t have any other access beyond the app. My paper doesn’t even have a record of my subscription! So where did my money go?
Before this ‘new’ app, the TNT was published digitally via an Olive Software app. It worked almost flawlessly for years. Now, I cannot get the downloaded digital version to stay put as a web page. It regularly crashes and forces me to reload. Maybe with McClatchy losing ownership of the TNT and other papers someone will listen and provide a more stable reading app that is more indicative of 21st Century technology.
This latest update is so bad it won’t let me even sign in on my iPad. I saved the correct name and password but I still cannot open the app. I also have the printed paper delivered thank goodness but even when I put my address in I cannot get the eEdition. Now there is no Saturday paper I have to rely on the electronic version. Are you trying to get rid of customers? I guess I will have to call to get my app. working again. I am old and I kid you not my time is getting shorter and I don’t want to waste it trying to get the newspaper. You charge enough for a few sheets of paper.
Never had this type of problem before. Perhaps whoever designed this format could seek advise from Seattle Times.
We used to be able to receive in format of newspaper, which we both prefer. The e-edition was also available and now we can’t find it. Like format as newspaper plus being able to highlight specific articles and then increase font size on article and print a few out, like recipes. None of this works for us now. The Seattle Times app works great. This one is awful in comparison.
All I want is to have a full size replica of the print newspaper. I read the Seattle Times, The NY Times, and the Washington Post every day in addition to the TNT. I want a full size replica on my IPAD not a 1/4 size one that I cannot figure out how to expand. Unhappy reader