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Ratings and Reviews
A One Star App for a Three Star Newspaper
One need only look at the New York Times app to see what a proper newspaper app should be. The Miami Herald’s app is badly organized, difficult to use and, unless you use the “Olive” feature (which provides an impossibly small copy of the print version) omits large parts of the print edition’s content while at the same time imposing pop-up ads. The app also provides no way to read the comics. There is NO SEARCH FEATURE (a must for any minimally basic app) and there is no way to forward a story to a friend, huge drawbacks.
That said, the Herald is getting smaller and smaller while the annual subscription price just increased by $200 to $786. Since we clearly are being herded to an online version in preparation for the end of the printed paper, the Herald needs to exponentially improve online access or subscribers might just drop the Herald in favor of the New York Times and a subscription to Go Comics. We won’t talk about the Herald’s decision to drop the Non Sequitur comic. - cowards!
Publisher, just go find out who created the New York Times app and buy a copy!!
“Click-Bait” style headlines makes it feel cheap
So-so as far as being current. Articles are repeated often across the few news categories. Limited customization as far as what article topics you are interested in. But the thing that makes it seem more like a tabloid rather than a serious news source is it’s proliferation of “click-bait” style headlines, making it feel cheap and not to be taken seriously. Your grade school children might like that style though for their school assignments.
No ability to customize the news categories you want vs. what they want you to see. No search capabilities.
Just poorly edited and curated
“Local news” is rarely about South Florida. 4 hours ago a major issue related to the election was decided. Not covered here. Too many sports stories are listed in latest news at the expense of real news. When hurricanes are in the news, outdated stories stay up creating confusion. An app should keep me current. This does not.
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- Rated 12+ for the following:
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- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
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