Propaganda garbage. If it was a paper I wouldn’t let my dog pp on it👎🏾
I love the new abnormal and want to listen to the bonus issues. I can always READ it but the site is difficult for me to figure out how to listen. I’m going to stop paying for the bonus issues it frustrates me too much.
But these reporters and writers are quite talented. Thanks to them for all of their hard work. I’m very happy to be a subscriber.
I subscribed thinking this news group would provide interesting and useful content. Nope. Disappointing. And then, they have ‘stories’ that are just stupid ads. What a total waste of everything.
The articles are good and most of them very thorough. I’m not a fan of the tabloid style headlines and layout though. Too foxy for my taste! I also don’t feel the “insider” subscription is worth it.
This truly is Hitlerian tabloid propaganda. You have to be incredibly ignorant or gullible to take TDB seriously.
I read the DailyBeast only through my browser. I already rage quit once last year, but I downloaded it again and have had the same problem. I cannot access my account password page to change my password. The app keeps telling me I need to reset my password because it is expired. They send me emails that sends me to a page with FAQs. I have not been able to change my password and this app is useless to me. If I get on the app to read anything, there is a big subscription, login banner at the top that I cannot get rid of.
The app is very nice but needs a search function. I frequently find articles on the website (on iPhone) but can’t find them in the app
the navigation to get to listen to the behind the paywall podcast content is terrible. great content thats hard to get to. pls improve
Have enjoyed The Beast for a long time but the dynamic duo of Jong and Wilson made me want to read and hear more and (most of all) support all The Beast stands for. The fact that Molly and Rick (who would have been oil and water in the past) mix so well to make the perfect cocktail antidote to the times we are working through gives me strength and hope and (just as important) makes me laugh when there is so little of that about. Keep up the fight—it ain’t over yet!