1,000,000 - 5,000,000 downloads
- Tech news
- Product reviews
- Too glitchy
CNET brings you the best in tech news and reviews.
The CNET app could be a tech lover's favorite app, if only it were consistent. It brings you everything you need to keep up to date and on top of the newest tech releases, reviews, and hacks to make your life similar. That being said, the app doesn't work well and tends to glitchy, which is overly frustrating.
The app has great features, reviews, and news. It's easy to use.
The app glitches, sometimes a lot.
This award-winning resource is available anywhere with the CNET App for iPhone and iPad, 100% free and always here to provide information, tools, and advice to help you decide what to buy and how to get the most out of your tech.
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+ Watch videos that demystify technology
+ Post opinions about the tech and electronics you live with every day
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+ Bug fixes
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+ Improved navigation
+ Many user experience bug fixes
Says experiencing slow or no internet, only app that thinks that. Takes forever to load any story. It would be better if you just made this a web portal. For a tech site you all have some ultra sucky developers, congrats on your level of sucking. I could write (and have actually) a better app in 2 days. FYI, feedback email in app is dead.
Needs much work, no landscape.
Makes no sense
And. What. He. Done. For Me
CNET criticize smartphones that they are problems with bugs. Nah, its their low quality apps with their low quality employees. All this app does is crashes and on my iPad mini.
Good news, too many connectivity issues
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