1,000,000 - 5,000,000 downloads
by Mikolaj Matlacki on 16/07/2014
Can't use this app anymore even emailed yous about this and yous never even bothered to check it. Add support for art on Android L!!!!!
by tim chapman on 16/07/2014
Good to see app getting improved scrolling is alot nicer
by Christian Casillas on 16/07/2014
Fully working well, UI is much improved but stills feels a bit clunky aesthetically
by Dipen Patel on 16/07/2014
While android L is officially not released, all other app work fine on Android L except Engadget. I was expecting an update will fix the crash issue but it still persist.
by Pierre ber on 16/07/2014
Keep up the good work
by Glen Wooldridge on 16/07/2014
But I preferred the way it used to be where the home screen had category choices. Bring that back please. It does still work great
by Cary Anderson on 15/07/2014
Um..scrolling now doesn't suck. So that's awesome.
by Vikash Shah on 15/07/2014
Eg, pulse news reader app. It will help stop the app from burning my eyes out at night.
by Dale Reeck on 15/07/2014
I see no improvement with the lagginess. Its still very jerky in scrolling.
by kevin stephen on 14/07/2014
The interface could be better.
by Olwen Horrigan on 14/07/2014
Interesting articles & easy to post a comment
by Jason Goewert on 14/07/2014
Not compatible with Android L, please fix.
by Kelvin Hoh Kwok Yung on 14/07/2014
Up to date!!!!
by Jemi Purwanto on 14/07/2014
Was okay with previous versions, but not with the L.
by Luiz Felipe Palhano de Jesus on 13/07/2014
This app is terrible, just like their mobile site. I had downloaded this hoping that there would be an option to show full articles without having to click on the headlines, surprise, there isn't! I assume this is a continuation of their "we know better" mentality that runs rampant on their mobile site. - The main issue with their mobile site is the same as this - there is NO way to turn on des