H N needs to sell this paper to a Texan! Those California cats don’t have a clue as to what’s going on here in Houston! Sell it and treat the Republicans squarely and you can save this paper from the 🔥 fire!
Sad to see a once healthy newspaper fold. Made a odd choice to try to be the New York Times in a business and sports town. This app doesn’t work, often won’t even allow one to log in. But no catastrophe, because the paper itself is not worth the effort.
I really am looking forward to the Chronicle having an app that functions. Too often links don’t work and I could really go on and on. I look forward to them getting this right.
The new all is terrible next to the web page. Please update the app to align to the layout of the web site and add an option to see the print edition view as well. The top level sub heading do not even match the web page
Continues to keep dated articles, some over a month old, on the app. Articles seem to be randomly assigned to headings like a real estate article under food and culture. Doesn’t reflect much effort or interest on HC ‘s part.
For one of the largest newspapers in America, it’s a crying shame the Chronicle app continues to deteriorate in many ways. There was another change with their landing page today, and again, there was no notice. So I wasted 5 minutes of my life trying to restore my view of today’s paper. No wonder America’s newspapers are financial wrecks and will be a distant memory within the next 10 years.
What good is a digital app if you cannot search for topics?
For a “news” app, one would think that including a search function would be important. Not this one. So many problems with this app, not much going for it.
Some mornings the paper will appear. Most mornings I have to go through a sign-in procedure, and that doesn’t always work. Sometimes, I can’t access the paper at all. Very frustrating.
Every time I try to log on I have to link to my subscription. This is so cumbersome that I usually give up. I have emailed and spoken to customer service but to no avail. If The NY Times, Wall Street Journal and other papers can do it why can’t the Chronicle.