Palm Beach Post ePaper Reviews

Palm Beach Post ePaper Reviews

Published by on 2021-04-16

The ePaper app is the printed newspaper delivered right to your device. Readers
can flip through the pages, read stories, photos, and view ads just as they
appeared in print. With multiple viewing options plus interactive features allow
you to share articles, have your news read aloud a...

Table of Contents:
1. Reviews
2. Is it Safe?
3. Is it Legit?
4. App not working?
5. Report Issue

Palm Beach Post ePaper Reviews

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    Good App but what's with the pricing

    I have been using the previous app for a while now and it was free to see the paper version. I expected that it would eventually would cost for the digital version. The new app has some good features especially the ability to view individual articles and be able to print them or email them. Viewing the new app is a bit awkward especially when zoomIng in to fit the iPad screen. But I scratch my head about the pricing when it's cheaper to receive the digital version with 2 papers delivered each week versus just the digital version? Why? Is it about the advertising?

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    New ap not working

    New ap not working, iPad. Old platform worked. Please change back.

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    Works for me

    Seems I may be the only person finding this app works reliably. So far, two weeks in, I've only ever signed in once. Past that, I am really impressed with the general concept and presentation. You get to see the whole paper page if you request the print addition. The headlines are readable in this mode. Tapping on an article of interest will zoom in to a readable image. A second tap gets you back to the full page view. If the article continues on a different page, the link is provided, and sends you there. Options allow you to select the section you want to read. Because it has been working reliably for me, I am very satisfied with this app.

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    Terribly buggy app

    After successfully using this app for a few years it seems recent update (back in mid-summer) included bug that has just not been addressed in subsequent updates. Application unexpectedly asks for subscriber sign-in while in the middle of reading (today sign in request pops up when transitioning from page 5 to page 6 in A section) and then gets caught in endless loop that doesn't allow user to sign in. Screen flips to sign in page momentarily but immediately flips back to paper with overlying "sign in or subscribe" message. Only solution seems to be deletion of app and re- download. I'm an early riser and usually read the online version before our hard copy is delivered. After being subscriber to PBPost for almost 20 years will be subscribing to Sentinel soon if technical staff can't get their act together!

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    Needs attention

    The app worked great until recently. Now it won't open until you sign-in but it doesn't accept the sign-in and asks again. After a lengthy try to speak with someone at The Post, he suggested deleting and reinstalling. That hasn't worked either. I enjoyed reading the paper from the digital app in the morning. Please find out what is wrong and fix it.

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    Poorly written app

    If you have a subscription this pertains to you. Simple delivery of news is what you want to read online every day. You'll get the news with this app but the electronic delivery of content is annoying with it's embedded Ads. Each time you attempt to advance page past their ads, your device gets in to an endless spinning loop you can't proceed a page or return to previous page. Horrible experience to have to dump app and restart the epaper and advance past the embedded Ad. This didn't just happen. This app has had this persistent malfunction for some time. Subscriptions cost $$$. Horrible return for the dollars you've spent.

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    Works Great For Me Too

    I rarely write reviews of apps, but was so perplexed by all the negative reviews here, I felt compelled to do so. I completely agree with Lone Happy below. The product has worked flawlessly for me. All of the features, including links to and from articles split among pages is quite innovative. The text is very readable and on an iPad can be pinched to any comfort level. Rather than listen to the nay sayers, give it a try yourself.

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    Doesn’t deliver

    I like PB Post and keeping up with local stories and events but this app simply makes it impossible. I had an older iPad and the previous version of this app used to unexpectedly quit all the time. I blamed my iPad. I got a new one a couple of years ago hoped that having more memory and faster processor would help. Nope. To add insult to injury they added adds that take up a portion of the bottom of the screen. So now you’re paying for an ePaper that already is full of adds and they add more. Almost makes me want to back to real ink on paper (but they always found a puddle to throw that in when I got that). Please fix this.

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    You can read the Post anywhere.

    I love this app. If you have a subscription to the Post, which I do, it's free. This is exactly what I've been looking for to read my local newspaper ( complete with ads ) on my iPad anywhere. I can even download it for offline viewing when I travel where there's no Internet connection. Tap on articles and it zooms in. Outstanding.

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    Constant crashes and slow loading

    The online subscription $15 per month if you don't subscribe to the even more costly paper addition. It might be barely worth it if this app did not crash multiple times before getting to the end of the paper, every single time. But it seems like they tried to push their weather app on an every other page with very slow loading. The app is also extremely slow to load on the initial launch which makes the constant crashing even more painful. They really need to fix this.

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    Revert the update or fix it

    Like other reviews, I am having same issue of suddenly being asked to sign in. That would be fine if you could sign in, but it loops you around the sign in screen, which won't allow you to do anything but pay an iPad subscription fee. I paid for a year of digital already. I like the app when it works, as I want it to be in reading format like a book. All my news station apps have gone to video news which I hate. I want to READ the stories. Unfortunately I can't read the palm beach post I paid for due to this apps bug.

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    My mistake

    We have 2 iPads. I mistakenly thought that what I bought from the AP store would go on both since they are synced. I bought the Palm Beach Post for 9.99 on my new iPad but was trying to read it on my old iPad. When I realized my error I removed my previous bad review. It works fine on my new iPad. My only complaint is I can't seem to get the Sunday ad circulars.

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    New Update Stinks

    You need to take up screen space on the bottom to serve additional ads? The paper already has ads. Why am I paying for a subscription to get more ads. You also got rid of the page turning transition and substituted some random shimmering transition? Also consider naming the icon the name of your newspaper instead of a big P. If you’re going to use a single letter to identify your paper, use a big D

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    Not user friendly

    Just downloaded the app and paid through my iTunes account. Could not access paper. App asked for login, used my Apple ID and did not take. Called newspaper and was told not their issue, and needed to call iTunes. Called iTunes and they were unable to assist because they did not develop the app. Requested refund of the $9.99 monthly fee. iTunes staff were very nice in trying to assist. BTW, The Post did say I could cancel through iTunes and get a subscription from them directly...NOT!

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    Why Ads?

    I'm already a paid subscriber so why are there ads on this app? Also, not seeing much of an improvement from the previous version which was poor. I find I'm reading other news apps rather than the Post more and more often. They're quicker, easier to load and navigate with way fewer glitches. Unless there's improvement in the immediate future I'll be cancelling this subscription. It's just not worth the aggravation or cost.

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Is Palm Beach Post ePaper Safe?

Yes. Palm Beach Post ePaper is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 350 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.3/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Palm Beach Post ePaper Is 28.9/100.

Is Palm Beach Post ePaper Legit?

Yes. Palm Beach Post ePaper is legit, but not 100% legit to us. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 350 Palm Beach Post ePaper User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Palm Beach Post ePaper Is 28.9/100.

Is Palm Beach Post ePaper not working?

Palm Beach Post ePaper works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.

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