CJ does not allow use. I’ve had a subscription to CJ since 1967. App does Not allow access.
I have subscribed, canceled, subscribed called customer service etc. this app will consistently say I have no subscription and not let me read some of the subscriber articles even though I pay for it every month. When I called customer service they said they have no record of my account and I need to call Apple to fix it.
What’s shown on this app barely represents the content of the CJ newspaper or the email that is sent each morning, the info on this app is sketchy and often not timely, CJ staff should either commit to keeping it current or take it down,
The Print on this ap is to small for me to read
Miss too many deliveries
Works well. Lots of content available.
Worst app ever!
Constantly asks for us to log into App, even though it shows us logged in. Have reinstalled App and it does not fix the problem
Srsly, keep trying
I have been coming to Louisville for 40 years to see my son who lives here - probably 300 times over 40 years. But I never really knew what a wonderful paper the Courier Journal is. My previous visits were usually only two or three days, but this summer I have been here since June 6 - to spend time with my son before I move west to try to beat my allergies. As soon as I got here, I got an online subscription to the Courier Journal. Stories pop up in my phone every day, keeping me in touch with race relations in Louisville. On my first day here, they posted that the wonderful Breonna Taylor exhibit at Louisville’s amazing Speed Art Museum had been extended for another week. Thank you, Speed Museum, for making your venue free to all through the whole run of that important show. In my Facebook (Facebook.com/heymajo) and blog (Healingvalidations.com) posts, I have taken to calling Louisville “ground zero for race relations in this country”. They also keep me up-to date on Louisville's tragic homicide situation, the beastly heat that has finally broken just in time for the dance party I am throwing in the gorgeous Cherokee Park tonight (FB: Dr. Footloose Gypsy Jazz+ Dance Party), what is happening at the museum and the arts scene - even, today, the exciting re-opening of the Village 8 discount movie complex just before I leave town on July 2. Thanks to the Courier Journal app, I feel in touch with the genuine pulse of this beautiful and fascinating and challenged town in a way I never have before.