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Charles from PA posted over 2 years ago:

I think this app is terrible. If one accesses the WSJ, the FT or any other subscription based new paper or stock service, the app is maximized for the IPAD. EIBD is NOT. You get a replication of the front page which is illegible until one zooms in on a particular article. Terrible. Waste of Time. Lousy app. Lots of room for improvement.


Charles from PA posted over 2 years ago:

I think this app is terrible. If one accesses the WSJ, the FT or any other subscription based new paper or stock service, the app is maximized for the IPAD. EIBD is NOT. You get a replication of the front page which is illegible until one zooms in on a particular article. Terrible. Waste of Time. Lousy app. Lots of room for improvement.


Wayne Thorp from IL posted over 2 years ago:

Mr. Whitehead, we deleted your comments due to the language. However, to your point, it is more difficult for developers to write apps for the Android OS because of the market's fragmented nature. I have run across Android apps that will only run on my Samsung Galaxy Tab or Motorola XOOM, both, or neither one.


Charles Hoag from ME posted over 2 years ago:

Great app -This is the best app I have used for reading material.

You can navigate anywhere in the paper from the header.

Simply tap the piece you wish to read and it is magnified,brought

forward and becomes brighter. Tap again and the piece is reduced

again. I now prefer to read IBD via the IPAD app instead of the paper!


Vincent Jackson from VT posted about 1 month ago:

I enjoy this app because it works flawlessly with my first generation iPad. I like reading IBD the day it comes out rather than 2-4 days later by mail. Thanks IBD


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