Was free to read for public interest now they want you to pay for what you can find on free sites. Download if you want to pay to see a full article
If there is a search feature, it’s hidden. A basic feature that should be easily accessible.
The Sun Herald is the only news company that I know of that only gives you 3 free articles a month and then you have to subscribe to them. They are a joke
Can’t read any news articles without a subscription! The app and organization are equally useless!
Title says it all,
I agree with bible user 2. This app is terrible compared to the one used previously. I loved printing the puzzles but this app prints them so small I can’t even read them. Also, it may be my internet but each page takes several seconds to buffer which takes the joy out of just being able to read the paper. For us older eyed folks, being able to expand the screen was much easier in the older version. This one cuts off the page, instead of letting you just move around. Sorry for the gripe, but please bring back Olive software.
I have enjoyed reading the eEdition for several years because it felt like reading my old paper newspaper. Now it just shows up in a web browser half filled with ads. I think I am pretty much done and not likely to renew my subscription next cycle. I don’t understand why the companies I subscribe to start out with an excellent product and then keep downgrading until I don’t want to use it any more. Sun Herald is not alone in this frustrating category.
Sun Herald recently has changed their format and it is absolutely horrible. Not user friendly at all. I have been a subscriber for many years and not until now am I seriously thinking of canceling my subscription. What were you thinking Sun Herald? You certainly weren’t thinking about your loyal subscribers.
Although the app recognizes me as signed in, I constantly get a pop up offering me a new subscription.
Sun Herald is pure left wing extremism at it’s best. It is free for a hand full of reads then pay per view. Most articles are direct quotes from New York Times and Washington Post. One in five hundred articles are local at best. Nothing worth reading, absolutely nothing worth reading period.