I have subscribed to the digital version of the Bradenton Herald for a number of years. I have gotten very used to reading it on my iPad every morning. I am not very fond of this new e edition The homepage which I normally read from has an annoying ad which covers the bottom 15% of the page and is not removable. To add insult at times it is one of those revolving type ads which changes the page every several seconds making such a distraction that I cannot concentrate on any article I attempt to read. Other free Apps do this but remove the Ads when you pay. I pay. This may seem like a small thing to some people but it is such a distraction to me that unless it is changed I will not renew my subscription to the Bradenton Herald.
I find the app and more specifically, the news coverage broad, informative and easy to access. I view the big news outlets and papers and find the BH presents the news fairly and without bias. Of the many outlets I reviewed on 9/11, you were the only one that led with a 9/11 story. Thank you.
This app was free ! Now they’re charging for it ! Not worth the price !
We love dirty dining, current local news and beg for an expose of involuntary Baker Acted individuals; especially school children handcuffed (((videos))) all over Y Toob! It’s a billion dollar insurance money grab at the expense of children, homeless veterans, the abused woman who sleep in dumpsters behind WalMart on Cortez, and the elderly! Your neighbor, child’s teacher, family member can and have had people involuntarily admitted with anger & revenge!
Would appreciate a search feature
Is there a setting that is causing my app to publish these stories? I’m a UF fan, not UK.
I waste more time trying to login to my account, message says it doesn’t recognize phone number or email, very frustrating !
I just recently subscribed to the paper and wanted to use the app, but the app keeps closing. Sometimes it closes immediately, and sometimes I can actually get through an article before it shuts down. This is on an iPhone 6 Plus with the latest iOS.
Nobody wants to wait 25 seconds to watch an ad these days in order to see a video. YouTube has got the timing right, copy them.
Thanks B Herald-Tribune