We obsessively cover the auto industry at Autoblog, but keeping up with the latest auto news and finding the right car should not require being chained to your desk or stuck in a coffee shop. With the Autoblog app, you can now take the latest in automotive news, reviews and car shopping tools wherever you go.
Enhancements and minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
I normally just use the browser for Autoblog. I tried out the previous version of the app and was pretty disappointed; it wasn't well organized and didn't capitalize on the photography aspect. Now, beautiful cars are showcased every time the app is opened. Navigation through the app is intuitive and everything is clear. This app is great for automotive news. I would pay to get rid of the ads. That seems to be the biggest drawback and is pretty distracting while I'm trying to read an article. Otherwise, great job on the app guys.
This app is going down hill.
I have been an autoblog reader since 2009, and it’s been a treat. Hands down my favorite place for automotive news. Considering I’m always on the go, I use my phone 99% of the time to try and catch up on my car news.
This app is absolutely horrible. There is no intuitive design, ads constantly force you to watch ads, and then keep making you watch ads on repeat even after you’ve seen Outback Steakhouse’s commercial thrice.
It even forces me to my browser halfway through reading an article. So I switch back. But the app opens my browser again. Trying to load some ad.
Y’all obviously have enough funds to have a good app, but whoever is doing that job now needs to be canned. This app is absolute garbage. I no longer call myself an autoblog enthusiast anymore, ENTIRELY because you guys can’t run an app. The writing is great, the cars are great, even the fun things like the junkyard specials are wonderful. But the app makes the reading experience truly horrendous. Figure it out Autoblog!
App has bugs
App now spins and does not connect regularly. On an iPhone with current software the sign in screens do not work. The content is warmed over PR releases edited by “enthusiasts” who often make inaccurate statements or do a poor job of researching. Comments are typically subjective, except for manufacturer statements which are taken as fact. Manual transmissions are seen as news, which only leads me to believe the editors were reared on car and driver and have no idea that manuals are rarely purchased by anyone and have no performance advantage vs any type of modern automatic.
- AOL Inc.
- 37.3 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.