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Ratings and Reviews
Solid app, but could use improvements
I gave this app 4 stars because app is solid, but I found it wanting in the following two ways:
1. Search Feature: Their search feature might be where the app is most deficient. It’s hard to search for articles on the app. If there’s a way to search for articles, I can’t figure out. I can only search for stock symbols, which give the 5 most recent articles that mention the stock. A lot of times that’s not enough. It would be great if we could search articles by terms, authors, date, etc.
2. “Open in App”: When I open a Barron’s article I found in Google, my Safari web browser gives me the option to open the article in the app. But doing so just opens the app to wherever I left off the last time I was on the app. With no way to search for articles in the app, this can be frustrating. The only way to read these articles seems to be by signing in to my Barron’s account on my web browser, which I don’t want to do.
Other than that, the app is pretty solid. Nice user interface, nice font, good articles.
Why can’t I print?!
It seems that they absolutely do not allow any printing from the app. They apparently also made it impossible to copy an article to paste into a different app and print from there. While I understand that they’re trying to protect their intellectual property, it’s hugely annoying and inconvenient. I mean, is it a huge problem for them, enough to justify annoying their customers? Or did some tech in IT say, hey people possibly maybe can sometimes cause lost business by printing and distributing articles so let’s block everybody including our honest customers. I’m sorry, but I still like paper for those few articles I want to annotate and file for future reference. The saving of articles in the app just does not provide the same convenience. Plus, I’m older and my eyes get tired faster reading on screens that with paper. It’s stupid, makes me want to cancel my subscription.
Garbage App, Decent Content
The app itself warrants no stars, and is an absolute embarrassment. There has been years of glitches with tables not showing, app shutting down, and individual articles not loading. After two hours of reading it also makes your phone too hot to touch and will take battery life from 100% to 30%.
Content is solid enough to warrant spending 3-4 hours over the weekend reading through the magazine. However, if grammar and punctuation matter to you, your eyes will bleed. The political bias is apparent, but toned down for the most part. Companies/stocks discussed heavily lean value and are good if you are looking to slightly underperform the market but have less volatility. Growth stocks are deemed as a foolhardy endeavor, which is annoying. Every now and then, though, a guest writer will provide a growth gem making it worthwhile.
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