Who says the best seats in the house are courtside? The official app of the
Australian Open 2021 is your ticket to getting the most out of the
tournament. With the new app for 2021 you get: • Real-time scores, draws and
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How lame that IBM of all developers/sponsors creates one of the worst apps I’ve ever used. The app has been having bugs and periods of not working since the tournament started, and updates have not fixed the problem. It constantly takes me to new pages without me pressing any buttons (that almost always give an error message), as well as changes pages when I try to scroll up or down. It also asks twice very single time I open it whether I am attending the AO, even though I have said “no thanks” every single time and am literally across the world from Melbourne, yet this message pops up every time I go on and wine disappear. I cannot even look at the schedule of play (one of the most basic, but important functions of such an app) without it taking me to a new page and giving an error message. These grand slam apps were already bad for functionality in the past, but this update has made things even worse. Get it together please because the regular atp/wta live that the grand slams don’t use is everything that theirs should be.
The 2017 app was so much better and what I considered the best of the 4 GS. 2018: 1) you get notifications asking if you want push notifications and if you are at the Open (although latest update supposedly fixed this), 2) constant errors: “There was a problem loading the page. Try Again” when navigating between certain functions, 3) the draw page is poorly designed and spaced too far apart so you can’t view brackets...you need to scroll and count the groupings (the US Open app displayed brackets very well and navigation was user friendly), and 4) as I write this the draws are not visible (blank page) but if you toggle back and forth enough (to main screen) you get “there was a problem loading the page” error. This app is extremely frustrating to use. NOTE: the positive reviews must be from last year so disregard them!
The App doest not work well at all, not to mention the interface is not very straight forward and user friendly; its a beta test at best. I know this is not easy to create, but you had a whole year! Im not a programmer nor have knowledge as to the process of creating an app. But Im sure theres a team of techs working on it last minute. To them I say: Hey guys the Australian open started yesterday! Good luck getting the gig next year. Maybe the app should have been tested before? Just saying. Every year hundreds of thousands of people rely on these apps to navigate mayor tournaments the least you can do is make them reliable and finish them On time. I feel they re-do these things every year as if to ostentatiously showcase more and more functionality, or maybe to make sponsors happy.. whatever the reason its unnecessary; why reinvent the wheel? Tsk tsk tsk. Fix it!
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