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Ratings and Reviews
Not Ready for Prime Time
At first glance (after waiting several second for it to download the latest issue), it seems to be smaller version of the tabloid-sized paper edition. It has a cool feature that allows you to tap an article you are reading and share it via Facebook, Twitter, or e-mail; this feature, however, seems to interfere with the usual gestures you might use for zooming in, such as pinching or double-tapping. If they can solve this navigation issue, they might have a winner on their hands, because I think the ability to easily share content on social media would go a long way toward popularizing the publication.
I’ve accepted the fact that this app only downloads a pdf of the paper. But it requires a download every time the app is opened. Give me an option to save it so I can read later when not online. This is so basic I’m surprised this can’t be done
I keep getting a message that the latest edition cannot be downloaded. I deleted and reloaded the app and I still get the same message. I tapped on and version of the app that was on another iPad and the app popped up the size of a phone screen. It’s not working like it used to
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- Our-Hometown, Inc
- 8.3 MB
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
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