Engadget: Tech news covering the world of consumer electronics
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Engadget is your ultimate destination for reviews, news and research from the world of consumer electronics. Our team of expert editors and columnists work passionately (some would say, obsessively) to bring you the best information about all gadgets, the science and technology behind them as well as insider insights before the products are even in the market. Want up to the minute coverage on the latest smartphone news, HDTV reviews and hands-on looks at all gadgets from laptops to game systems? Engadget delivers definitive tech news you need instantly. With this app at your fingertips, you’ll be an informed tech expert and insider in no time.
What's New in Version 4.4.1
- Fixed video bugs
Change is not always good!
This used to be my first place stop for electronic news, not anymore. I am a tech junkie. I have to have the latest and greatest when it comes to electronics. I used to read Engadget on a daily basis, if not more often more than once a day. Then the comment section was removed, with the promise that it would be replaced. This has not happened. I miss that interaction. The topic seem to be much more generalized than in the past. I can't really explain it, but I don't really find as many topics that I used to that I'm interested in reading. When I noticed all these changes I sent a couple of emails to Engadget, Never heard back from them. Now I get most of my electronic news from The Verge.
Don't ever write reviews
This is an amazing website and app combo. The app is spot on what I would expect from them with nearly zero flaws. Quick loading speeds and an intuitive interface. As far as the content, Engadget never fails to amaze or enlighten me on what the newest advances and breakthroughs in technology are happening. Good job!
Used to be great...
1. The latest update completely broke this app making it completely useless. The reviews aren't read, and the developers never take feedback from people.
2. Connecting to Facebook has never worked in this app, and if it did, I'm sure it wouldn't sync articles that have been read between devices.
3. Ads are becoming more intrusive, as they fill the screen without being clicked. Almost as if the developers get paid for clicks, and are tricking the system into thinking an ad was clicked!
4. There needs to be an option to disable ads, even if it's just $.99.
5. Comments are gone, and it doesn't seem they're ever coming back.
6. Even though it says it's downloading articles, you still have to be connected to the Internet, because it's not really downloading the articles.
- Category: News
- Updated: Mar 21, 2016
- Version: 4.4.1
- Size: 41.7 MB
- Languages: English, Japanese, Spanish
- Seller: AOL Inc.
- © 2016 AOL Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.