I have tried often on for a couple of years to get this to work with my iPad and holy cow it never works. Lately mostly it just locks up when I try to log on. Just sits there. Did I say it just sits there?
trying to read saen on an ipad is an exercise in frustration. a popup miniature version on the sidebar is not an improvement..put me down as close to cancelling subscription..fools.
Because a dozen menus no one ever uses and ads have covered the screen, the actual paper you could read used to occupy 35% of the screen. The app was improved so no menus disappear now, so the paper occupies only 25% of the screen. Can’t wait to see further improvements. Maybe Hearst should let the developers write some of the articles and let the columnists write code. A win-win for all.
Again the app has stopped working for no reason. I’m tired of fighting to get what I have paid for. It is too expensive to start with!
The digital version is impossible to read. The page is so overloaded with advertising that it’s not worth navigating. I cancelled the last version because of constant technical problems. I kept this version for about 40 minutes and deleted it. I’ll block future charges on my credit card rather than fight for a cancellation.
Did you employ Spectrum to develop this version of your app. Thinking that with this last update your fair chance has expired. So now will my subscription, sayonara.
They could care less about giving us a decent phone app. Time to let them go.
So frustrating. Want to get news but don’t want the paper edition. Previous app was better. The best way now is from internet but one has to observe T.J. Henry taking up 1/3rd of the page.
The “improved” app is no improvement. The text is miniaturized to the point that I have to get a magnifying glass to read some of it. In addition, a lawyer’s ad is splashed across the top of the page banner style and if you try to move the page up, it goes behind the ad. Having to sign in several times a week is an irritation. A 4.2 rating should tell you something.
I would gladly pay for digital service that also included the puzzles found in the print version.