I turned on notifications so I could get the latest news updates. Every time I click on the notification it’s loads this webpage looking screen where I am asked to log in every single time. I am already logged into the app with a subscription but the article doesn’t open when I click the notification. I cannot believe how bad this mobile interface is. I understand it’s not the NYT but still. Hopefully they can learn from other digital news providers and out out a platform where when you get a notification of a story it opens up the article in the app.
I used to live in South Florida, but moved to orlando years ago. I get more out of Sun sentinel thanks my local newspaper
The app is fine. The content is horrible.
Not enough fact, too much editorializing. Headlines often not supported in the meat of the articles.
I read the Sun Sentinel every day. It’s how I start my day. It’s essentially my morning checking, update, entertainment, and news briefing. I need it!
Format is not user-friendly and does not flow. There is a big print, small print and photo stories. And the WORST of it all, on the homepage the stories repeat as you scroll down. Also managing alerts do not work as I opted out of sports heat and dolphins but yet they still send alerts.
I can only access some articles on the ipad app. Many articles tell me I’ve reached my limit and need to sign in. But I am signed in! It also tells me to open in the app but I AM in the app. I wish you’d fix this as my digital subscription isn’t worth having if I can’t use the app.
App is terrible please update the format. Your digital access is terrible not user friendly. Daily e-paper is late with no color comics . It’s a confusing mess . Getting ready to move Miami Herald.
I recently signed up for the Sun Sentinel and was only able to get the e paper briefly . Unless I can get the paper in a newspaper e format I will be cancelling my subscription.
Does a great job of covering local, state, national and world news! Great local reporters, they for sure earn their pay and more, they help keep government organizations honest.