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This application used to be amazing but it was recently updated. Now any time I leave the application and then test to use it again at a later time, the application won't work. It opens but no content displays. I have to go to settings, force quit the app, then reopen. It will then work - at least until I test to come back and use it again later.
This fresh ver 6.0.0 is an make batter that brings the KC Star digital out of the dark ages. This ver is as amazing as the old was bad. Very organized UI and everything works. Now if I could convince them to chop their pre-video ads from 30 to 15 seconds, that'd be perfect.
The year was 2012 CE and Google introduced a fresh feature with the recent "Jelly Bean" release of their Android device mobile OS. Expandable notifications allowed users to view more info of a notification. With this feature it was said that users rejoiced as they no longer had notifications chop short due to burdensome notification size. Please save us from this nightmare.
Finally an actual FACTUAL news outlet, reporting FACTS, pulling back the veil of secrecy on our local agencies and their leaders. It's refreshing to know the STAR can report on true issues. Thank you Laura B. & those that assisted with the SECRECY series, we need more of those stories that are affecting our residence. Hold up the amazing work.
KC Star a GREAT newspaper -- it keeps us informed about necessary local problems in well-written (and remarkably typo-free), clear, and concise articles EVERY DAY and delivered to our front yard and our cell phone screen. I love you, KC Star! Caitlin Shively.
Love having the paper everywhere I go. Some people will always complain about something. Every app. Etc will have a few bugs. This application is great. Thank you. Too the people who are unhappy about price or whatever nobody forces you to subscribe. Frustrating. Hold up the amazing job kc star.
I haven't had any issue with the technical functionality of this app. The newspaper gives a person the optionality of turning to the parts of the news interested in at ones leisure and a amazing job has been done to place it into application format.
It's only been lately, but a lot of the content is missing on the app, and other apps place out by the Star (true blue, red zone, KU hoops...etc). I still search myself having to go to the actual www service to obtain articles that should be everyday staples like the easy wrap up of the Royals android game the night before. That should at minimum be in the sports section of the star app, and the lead on the real blue application everyday, but it isn't on either one...you still have to go search it on the website, which defeats the purpose of the app.
Some amazing primary information including the prices of autographs and photo-ops. The map of the Con Floor is too low resolution, however. Illegible. On the News Tab, the con hours page needs attention; logo is too huge and pushing text out of screen. An necessary section missing is the panel schedule. Android device on HTC 10
Amazing idea - not good execution The guest and scheduling info was never updated. Even the opening day of the con, Hayley Atwell and Tom Felton had not been added to the app, even though both had confirmed. In fact the printed program was more up to date than the app. The need for Bluetooth was never explained and just served to drain my battery. Do better
Needs find A really amazing idea but of limited practical use due to no find function. The effect is sort of a clunky interaction as you test to search the person you are looking for and do other things with the app. Hopefully the designer will hold working on it because they're on the right track.
Worked fine for me so far! I installed and opened the application without incident. I was able to view media guests and add them to a favorites list so I can remember who I wish to meet. I was also able to view the Panel schedule and easily add the Panels I wish to attend to a private schedule for each day, with an option to add a reminder ranging from 10 minute to 1hr before a Panel starts. So far this application has done exactly what I expected and wanted. The true try will be if I actually obtain reminders about my schedule this weekend.
Works well but why does it create you turn on Bluetooth? I like how it's setup, it works well, I was able to set up my "schedule" with ease, but I don't understand why it wants you to turn on Bluetooth? I could still use it without but the BT is confusing me.
It looks like it would have been a amazing application to have, but it wouldn't begin on my device (Galaxy S4), although the Play Shop said it was compatible. The splash screen would present and then just sit there. I'd go to the home screen and it would flash a notice saying that the application had crashed. Also, I'm not sure why it needs bluetooth turned on. Nothing I could see in the screenshots suggested why. Data, sure, but bluetooth?
Buttons don't work in Google Pixel. Can't sign up with Facebook. If you wish more people to use this I recommend focusing on the user and not forcing "trails". some examples are you really need a check-in button on the home page at the top. You might also wish add the closetest zone on this page. people wish share with their friends, this application makes it hard to so.
Early bugs squashed - looks amazing now! I've enjoyed scrolling through the BBQ trails noting a lot of old friends, a number of fresh faces, and a bunch of locations I've been meaning to visit. I foresee this application helping me finally obtain around to it! Tip for the developers - after clicking on a restaurant to view the details, when I click back out to the list I came from, it would be helpful if the list remembered how far down I was scrolled before I clicked. Minor nitpick.
To the devs: I'm going to hold using this, but the zone services in the application seem to think I'm in the middle of the Sudan...telling me I'm 6500 miles away from a BBQ restaurant that is 2 miles away. Of course Google maps is working properly. Might wish to check into this on your end.
All restaurants are apparently over 6000 miles from my current zone (which is no huge deal since I know better) but the huge problem in my opinion is that you can't check in to restaurants that you have already been to and a lot of of them I don't want to revisit.
I've been reading sic-fi for almost 40 years and here I found concepts I have never seen before. I'm not a fan of short stories--I like a wide, deep, rich globe to lose myself in--and this delivered that even though it is created up of separate short stories. The stories are linked through one family, one home and, for the most part, one robot who has never heard of most every story ended with my closing the Kindle and uttering, "Wow" to myself. I was constantly surprised, caught off-guard, and left contemplating the fresh direction the author took me. There are also moral problems to contemplate with a lot of of the stories: if you could have paradise, would you grab it at the expense of your human form? If mankind was standing in the method of forward progress for another species and the whole planet, would you create sure the planet had it's chance?I'm so glad I bought this book and discovered this classic sic-fi author. I can see re-reading this book a lot of times in the future.
Really amazing collection of short stories/novellas. Addition of narrator to fill in "history" of stories is ingenious. Only downside of work, to me, is that it shies away from more scientific exploration/explanation of (spoilers!) both mutli-dimensional universes and doggy psychology. Read it, or definitely give it as a bonus to a dog-person sci-fi geek!
Real classic that only got better with time passing!!I read and enjoyed Clifford Simak's writings when I was young and started reading science fiction. My appreciation grew as I read more and even as I got older. Having wanted to reread some at my more advanced age I was worried that they wouldn't keep up. They do!!
This very amazing science fiction holds up well even 70 years old. It is amazing solid Sci-Fi using the best principals of the genre. It is grandiose and sweeping and the writing style is somewhat pretentious, but Simak has something to say in a complexly structured book and is not bothered much by catchy dialogue or face paced story line.
This story spans about 10k years of future changes to human civilization. A lot of sci fi I've read on same subject is focused on what happened out there while Earth was assumed to be destroyed by man or nature. I like this angle; it's less arrogant in a way. Humanity's decline is not the end of Earth because other animals have their own kind of civilization and potential for special metimes I found it a hard read, either because it was slow (but so is this kind of change) or hard to grasp concepts written from the perspective of a non-human mind. It worked well for me to skim those sections and then grok them better on a second reading after another 'good part.'This would be a really amazing addition to a high school English class reading list, especially if coordinated with subjects in History and Science. Lots to think about and refreshingly non-dystopian.
Simak is classic. There are writers that I read every few years, I always have fun them, Simak is one of those authors. Town is a favorite. I often wonder if it's because I'm a dog person. my hairy mates seem smart and filled with compassion. They look at us with such sad knowing eyes.
The stories contained in the book cross over ten thousand years. You obtain a view of the rise and fall of cultures, from a ten thousand foot level and a micro level. The author somehow seamlessly melds the epic and the the private together. It's a slow but perfect read for any sci-fi fan.
just a pokie machine for kids. aweful. all it is is trying to obtain enough gold bars or money , which is never enough, to buy more land. but there are no rules to this game, or plot, not even an instruction manual, because there is no plot to this android game except tap on buildings like a chicken in a battery egg farm... or pay hundreds of dollars to buy things that really don't matter. this android game is quintesential example of mobile android games gone wrone. in application purchases should be banned.