By Quora, Inc.
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What's New in Version 5.0.2
We're always working to improve your experience on Quora through new features and improvements across the product. Here are some of our latest changes included in this version:
* Improved loading experience makes Quora faster for you
* Several bug fixes and other under the hood improvements
Follow our Product Updates blog at http://productupdates.quora.com to stay up to date with our latest product changes. Send us any feedback via http://www.quora.com/contact.
Quora is probably one of my most used apps.
It provides real insight into a multitude of topics. Some relating to astrophysics or even into little things, like what your high school reunion was like.
Additionally, I think it's really helpful that it provides credibility to each person answering the question with things like their bio as well as their profile (which includes their education and experiences).
But, like every other app, Quora has a weak spot. Namely in the several answers that try to direct you to their personal blog or website that's usually trying to get you to buy something. Although Quora does a sufficient job at filtering out bad answers, there are sometimes still a few ones mentioned above that pop through.
So all in all, Quora is a really great app that allows for amazing reading content.
*and to the other reviewer that complained about not being able to exit the picture, yes, there is no "done" button, but to exit the picture, just swipe from the upper right corner to the bottom left corner!*
This version has too many glitches
I like Quora overall, but this version needs an update. It crashes nonstop and constantly freezes. I tried redownloading it, and I've tried making some more storage on my phone, but it is still a problem.
New article viewer - still bad
I see what you were trying to do but it's not for me. Can you bring back the standard article viewer w/ nav bar showing vs weird experience with X for close at the bottom? You should really design for the ecosystem you're on vs adding UX friction by putting "close" in a non-standard location