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Ratings and Reviews
Notifications are really poorly done
The app is okay. The ads are annoying but I can live with them. However, the breaking news notifications are making me consider removing the app. I love breaking news notifications. I have a bunch of apps that do them. This one, and I am not exaggerating, are terrible. They are not breaking news. Why do I need a notification that a 1 year old is still looking for her 3 year old sister who died in a car crash? Do you really feel the need to notify that three treasure coast children have died since Christmas, after notifying me multiple times about each accident. None of the accidents are worthy of a breaking news alert. It’s like the notifications are trying to be clickbait but are poorly executed. Since Christmas there have been maybe two notifications that are at all worthy of the having breaking news. I remember a few years ago there were a lot of traffic alerts and that would be more useful than dead baby ones. Close to uninstalling and unsubscribing from the paper if this abuse doesn’t stop.
Fast access to local info
It’s hard to get connected, even with a paid subscription, they have a weird management of accounts, if it happens to you: call technical support, dont email , just call on the good old phone 9-5
Once connected, it is a very nice app, easy to navigate and lots of relevant local information
Ads are out of control!
Just touch near an ad and you see the ad, every time! Worst app for ads of any!
Don’t you make enough money selling your $1.00 a copy slanted newspaper?
This paper and website have gone completely downhill since “big business” bought them! It used to be a great local paper-NO MORE!
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