By Hearst Newspapers
I have discovered you do not believe in freedom of speech. If a person’s opinions do not match yours you cancel them. You are a hypocrite and I am planning on canceling your paper.
I have been a Chronicle online subscriber for several years. I like the newspaper and appreciate the work it takes to publish it. However, the app on my phone is a total pain. I start to read an article and immediately it wants me to subscribe or login. I do not have to login every time to the Guardian or NYT. ?;$&@-! Thanks for reading. Tom
Chronicle is nothing but a socialist Rag teat of the New York Times. Totally biased reporting. Editorial board is nothing more than a marketing group for leftest, socialist Marxist views.
When are new stories put out on the APP? Not much new content. Same stores day after day. Can’t find current news releases in the app.
I read the sports page and the comics. The rest is so biased it is not worth my time.
I tried using the Houston Chronicle app this morning and couldn’t read a single article without some advertisement video popping up, blocking the article. I tried closing the video several times so I could read the article, but it videos continues to pop up blocking the article.
This app gives you access to a low percentage of content from the Houston chronicle. I subscribe to several chronicle email lists and many of the articles shown in the email summaries are never available on the app. I would not subscribe to the chronicle via the app.
The paper does a good job covering local and state news. The opinions section nearly always has a liberal article which you should have a conservative one more often but you do let people make comments so there is good rebuttal to any article that goes too far one way. There is no comments on your app which should be changed.
But still here ?
The Houston Chronicle newspaper in my view is “ A Reflexion if the World.” You can enjoy, be happy, or have pity, but we are a changing City , whether we like it or not Ronald Mraz “Santa Make Crime Disappear”@Houston Chronicle Copyright Ronald Mraz, 1989