The writers/editors get it …they bring relevant local, national & intl news daily. News you can use - and do the right balancing act between the pop-news and stories that affect the community and Florida. Journalism - Well done !
I live in Orlando so like to read the local newspaper and subscribe to this app. But it is frustrating because it often assumes I’m not a subscriber and I have to login repeatedly. Sometimes twice in one session. Now it keeps having videos pop up to the point that I can’t read an article. Also many of the news items that are in the actual print edition take me to the Sun-Sentinel website and ask me for a different login. I would like to support our local newspaper but if the app doesn’t improve, I’m going to have to drop my subscription.
What goes? Blue bar to sign in, tap it, it flashes and comes right back. See the person icon, and it seems I am signed in, but it keeps asking me!
Any time I tough my device to choose a story to read or to move through a story, an ad pops up and I can’t close it or move through it. Very frustrating and I deleted the app because of it.
As a subscriber I am inconvenienced at least once a week to login. This request comes in the form of the 3 article limit for non subscribers. I am not a non subscriber; please fix this issue of annoying login for subscribers. I am a subscriber to another newspaper for a longer period than the 10 years I have been a Subscriber to this paper and I have not been asked to login again once in all these years. Please fix this annoying problem.
Is this lack of consistency a lack of testing or an inattention to detail? I am a subscriber who receives email notifications about news. When I click on the link in the email, I get a message saying I have exceeded my free reading. If I log in, I get the general news and not the particular one from the email. If I open the App, which is yet another selection on the same page, I still don’t get to the news I was looking for. This behavior is incredibly annoying.
I’ve enjoyed the Orlando Sentinel for over 7 years. It has the heartbeat and pulse of Florida. Love the articles, and the editorials, simply the best paper in Florida! Mike Fleming Island, FL
Why did I get a Saturday paper wrapped up as a Sunday paper? I want a Sunday paper
Too left politically! OPINION page consistently anti-Republican. Published Letters to the Editor are predominantly liberal, anti-conservative. The Board is Democrat.
I see an article on Covid 19 deaths and find out the article is not a resent article but a report of 2 months ago. I want current articles not old news.