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Great Content, Runs Very Smoothly
I’m just getting the iPad app after reading DawgNation articles only via other apps. It seems like nearly all of the Georgia Bulldogs articles which I find most interesting come from DawgNation, so I decided to go this route. I hesitated when I saw the 3-1/2 stars for reviews, and it seems that the lower ratings had to do with the app’s performance rather than content or organization.
Well, today the app loads and changes pages seamlessly. I’ve jumped around quite a bit, scrolled down some lengthy articles with plenty of photos, and followed some links from within articles. Perhaps some work has been done since those low ratings were given? Consistently, everything is running very smoothly — very nice app!
Love DawgNation, I’ve always been one to give this app 10/10. I do think with somewhat recent updates and the platform change of the app was a knock to that however. I do feel that the different types of stories are coming across less frequent and is overall a bit harder to navigate. You guys are always doing updates though so it will improve again!
The new DawgNation mobile app is not user friendly
Love Love Love Dawg Nation but the new mobile app typically forces users to scroll down and dig for the most recent articles, and, on top of that, it doesn’t show a visible date on the articles. The content is organized by individual author/their column and not by how recent the content was published. This is a mistake. When we open the app we see the same top-of-page article for several days instead of the site’s most recent article (which most of the time we have to dig for). This is the opposite of the Dawg Nation website and of the old app. Users simply want to quickly check the app for new news/developments while standing in line or while watching their kids at a playground, and the idea of digging for undated new content requires more work than competitor UGA sites. I highly recommend reordering content in the style of the old app and the current desktop site. THANK YOU FOR YOUR GREAT WORK AND GO DAWGS! This is a simple fix.
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