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Ratings and Reviews
I just like reading the IT. I do not read it all but it does cover a wide range of items.
I like to do the simplex crossword and my wife likes the cryptic.
I understand the bridge hand is worked on a strong no trump system, but it never tells you that. I suggest the normal bridge club member only uses the weak no trump system.
The sports coverage is good. The letter page is good. I like William Reville, Roisin Ingle, but not Fintan O’Toole (though I rarely read him).
I like the idea of recent arrivals in Ireland from foreign parts but cannot accept that 2008 is recent. To me recent is within 3 years.
I read the obituaries and scan the foreign news.
To me the magazine has far too emphasis on food and drink and restaurants and the Gloss while good for your advertising is a complete waste of time.
It was the Big Freeze a couple of years ago that encouraged me to buy the online version of the paper. The incentive of €1 for the first month was a no brainer, particularly when we could not get out of our house for 4days!
After a while, I signed up for the full version of the paper, to include magazines etc. I am so glad I did as I recently had a hospital stay and it was great to have it to read on the iPad when I was in the mood.
I do like the real paper on a Saturday, as we live in a rural area, we have to go out and buy it!
Pop up ads in epaper
My opinion of the app until recently. I like the epaper as it is a replica of the physical paper, I can see all the articles and also ads notices etc as if I am reading the physical copy as well as access to back issues etc without cluttering the house.
Unfortunately my pleasure has recently been significantly diluted by a pop up ad. It pops up every 4 pages and there is no way of stopping it. So my rating will now be reduced significantly. I am posting a new comment reflecting this.
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