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Ratings and Reviews
Developers not paying attention
Not mention being totally ignored by those I have spoken with. So let’s see if this get’s any attention! I am a beta tester for apple. Having said that I can tell you that when I find a issue I tell apple about it. I also sometimes alert the app coders themselves as is the case here.
This app has a severe problem with focus. Generally it is just the photos but it can also be text. I have informed Gannet of this problem as well as the big chief editor of Florida Today. I did this before the official release of the latest iPad iOS release. Thinking they might like to fix the problem before the release.
Guess I was wrong. They have totally ignored the issue.
Can you say captured market? Ninety five percent of the people will never complain they just put up with the problem or find some other way to solve the problem. End results companies go out of business as their base disappears!
FIX THE APP!
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Can’t read anything
You used to have I believe 50 free articles to read a month now it’s literally one. I’ve seriously only been able to read one article a months since about November. I can go on their website and read it fine so why can’t I read it on my app? I don’t really have the extra money to subscribe and I really don’t want too. I guess unless your willing to dish out money you don’t get to know what’s going on in your community.
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