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Amazing application but the most useful feature (showing my balance without having to log in) never seems to work correctly. It always makes me log in to see my balances. I've restart the application and logged in and configured the settings from scratch and that usually fixes for a short time but eventually it will resort to not working and create me login again. There was an modernize that seemingly fixed this problem a while back but it broke again in subsequent updates.
the latest modernize has created it impossible to use because it crashes every few minutes, especially while accessing the "personalized feed". I have allow them know 3 times now in the latest 3 weeks and still no fix is available. It's impossible to trade and very hard to check stocks around all the crashes.
Would like to see mobile deposits work. I routinely have issues with mobile deposits on a moto x. Updates and uninstall / reinstall used to fix it. Not this time. Application works OK otherwise. Modernize 06/2017 getting intermittent failures of check uploads for pictures that are perfectly clear. I want the phone wouldn't vibrate as it takes a picture, that's super obnoxious.
Not the best application to research and hold an eye on the stocks. The widget requires to login every 30 minutes to see the current price of the stocks on the watch list. Widgets are for simple access to watchlist and if I have to login to my acc every time to monitor the watchlist then what is the point of having the widget? No fingerprint access yet.
Mostly fluff. Very small substance. This application is so into present and short on practicality. So much so that after logging into the app, if you wish detailed research on a company you have to login yet again through their website. Really? They haven't figured out single sign on yet?
Update: Installed and used it on Chromebook. Originally thinking I can obtain a clearer view of the Apps contents. Wrong! There is no font size option. It's even worse than viewing it on cell phone. Please add font size options! It takes forever to load the quote info more than half of the time. In some cases it takes more than a min to present quote contents. Showing longer ex-div dates would be a huge plus.
This application desperately needs a device pin or fingerprint authentication. Signing in with your secure acc password every single time you use it is utterly poor user-experience. Also, it'd be nice if I could customize my default view. Let's be honest, I just wish to see my portfolio positions when I sign in. I couldn't care less about the news feed. UPDATE: still no device pin or fingerprint auth.
No Fingerprint auth on Android. Wasteful of PRECIOUS TIME AND ENERGY typing your passwords 20 times a day. Two stars for this very reason. If the application squad isn't capable of doing it, reach out to Mint (intuit), or hire outside contractors to develop. Finger print auth is MUST. Cant emphasize enough.
Works okay for my purposes, but it is a small slow sometimes. I'm not sure if the lagging is the internet connection or the application or the website, but it can be kind of unnerving when making trades. All in all this is a amazing application and I'm glad I have it.
Gets better with every modernize or so (definitely with newer phones). News feed, watchlist, quotes & ability to login with multiple accounts much better now. Still doesn't have all the features of PC-based interface but I'm able to track, trade and do everything I can from a mobile format.
Never allow Fidelity control your investments. They will obtain you modest returns at best. As far as the application goes, It is functional. Lacks things like finger print login which is annoying. Other than that it is better than working with their www service which obviously doesn't have that feature either. If you wish works and doesn't impress, their you guy.
Soooo disappointed. I miss my old smartphone and app. The application on my LG tab, bites. Method to much info. Confusing. I just wish to se my positions, simplified. Hate the slide screen. Terrible. No confidence in making a trade....which used to be simple. Damn, this sucks......
Horrible. It's very simple when I place my cash in their account. When I wanted to transfer my cash back to my bank account. They place a freeze on my acc and asked my to fax my ID, my bill, my bank statement to them to prove . Why do I have to waste my time with this ?
I would like to see a fingerprint login, but the application works flawlessly on my OnePlus and the home feed is handy. Overall, couldn't be happier with Fidelity, their website, app, and service. Been with several other brokerages and used their apps, none beat Fidelity!
I was about to change my contributions and manage my investments when it kicked me out and asked for my username and password. Now when I go on I'm not seeing the option to change anything. You were just one step away from a 5 star rating. But since this you obtain a 1 star for now. Fix this now!
Update: The "chart" finally works, duh....heres my fresh feedback: Among the other bounty of problems this application continously faces, this one is BRAND NEW...On the newsfeed main page, when I reach what I believe to be the bottom of the "scroll", the application closes...every single time. This application is seriously ridiculously troubled for how much cash is at stake and how much cash Fidelity has. Either Fidelity isn't giving the developer enough of a budget to fix and maintain it, or the developer needs to be FIRED. Either way, obtain it together or I'm closing my acc and taking my cash somewhere that gives a schitt. Absolute garbage and ineffective now
The application can do what it tells you it can do, which is great. However, there are a lot of easy features available online that aren't available on the application (like selecting destination of proceeds of trades). What bothers me the most is the lack of fingerprint support. iOS application supports it but the Android device application does not.
After using the application some more, it has some deficiencies compared to other trading apps. 1. No ability to sort the columns in the positions view. 2. Application crashes when using the fast quote feature if you test to scroll backwards (right to left) after scrolling forward. 3. The quote doesn't modernize in the other screen so you don't know if the price has gone up or fallen for heavily traded stocks. 4. Quotes do not Auto-update. It just hangs when trying to update. I guess I'm a bit spoiled by the TD Ameritrade ThinkorSwim app.
The application does not let multitasking between other apps. If you want to use your calculator to decide about buying and selling securities, it logs you out. If you use some of its built in links that require a browser, it logs you out. It should use the timeout settings and hold you signed in until the timeout is reached. Having to login and out multiple times over a few mins is an insult. Please fix the app.
Worst user interface. This application requires too a lot of finger tabs to navigate. For instance, after you view multiple stocks or options, you cannot go back to the top level menu directly. You need to hit the back arrow as a lot of times as the numbers of stocks you viewed. To view an option quote from the option chain, you to tab twice to skip over an additional screen. Its user interface was designed by a person who likes finger tabbing so much that he added as a lot of intermediate tabs as possible. It is related to a carpenter who likes the hammer so much that he turns everything into a nail.
Interface works very well. Research is simple to dig into. Executing orders and other acc features is simple. Would recommend to a friend. P.S. Only problem is you have to click through 3 options to access payments and finer details. Nitpick odd the highest degree
Crashes regularly, does not have live ticker and changes reflected on portfolio overview are not always accurate. I am wondering, do you all even care if I miss out on trades because your application sucks? I am an Android device developer at BofA... You devs need some support over there at Fidelity?
Fidelity's application is decent, with a few limitations as opposed to the website. As a bank, Fidelity is stunning, but as a user-friendly brokerage, it has it's issues. I generally use Robinhood and Bloomberg, and other sources to check on the market, and only use Fidelity for the final trade (you can invest directly from even a checking account).
The Merry Jail or Das fidele Gefängnis (1917) is one of the early movies of Ernst Lubitsch. A light comedy, based on Strauss's operetta 'Die Fledermaus', about a rich couple and their maid in a gay Berlin of endless parties and ceremonies. It is also one of early movies of Emil Jannings in the role of a nutty prison guard. The 25 year old Lubitsch portrays one his first and most original conceptions of marriage and women in a manner that is certainly years ahead of its time. And that's why I obtain disappointed when I didn't search this movie among Kristin Thompson's selected titles to examine Lubitsch's career and his influence on Hollywood in her unbelievable book, "Herr Lubitsch Goes to Hollywood". There are numerous scenes with unforgettable technical creativity. For example an perfect shot from the first act (part) of the movie which exhibits the thing known as "Lubitsch touch"; The wife receives a warrant from police about her husband and his scandalous behavior in a previous night party and while she is discussing the possible misunderstanding on the phone, the camera goes down and shows the drunkard husband, sleeping on the floor. Don't forget we are in 1917! Lubitsch's storytelling imply one of the most smart cameras in history of motion pictures. She is a hero and a witty analyzer of relationship between characters and architecture (rooms, stairs and mainly doors), and characters and objects. The camera treats everybody equally. Most evident in the stage when everybody is going to a party (without knowing of other one). Each of these characters has his or her reason - and usually a lecherous one - but Lubitsch use the same mise-en-scene for cheating husband, unfaithful maid, clever wife and old gigolo as you see in shots below. Lubitsch ("the greatest technician in American cinema after Griffith", says Gerald Mast) is using all kinds of fresh montage tricks - simultaneously with D. W. Griffith, but he use these techniques with such charm that create them almost invisible to the eye of the audience or even an inattentive historian. For traditional historians, influences of German cinema limits to names like Murnau or Lang, but with Lubitsch you can see the true Hollywood; the Hollywood that was making salable fantasy out of the most complicated and occasionally painful passages of human life; exactly the same method Lubitsch was doing back in 1917. -- written by: _**Ehsan Khoshbakht**_ --
The Merry Jail or Das fidele Gefängnis (1917) is one of the early movies of Ernst Lubitsch. A light comedy, based on Strauss's operetta 'Die Fledermaus', about a rich couple and their maid in a gay Berlin of endless parties and ceremonies. It is also one of early movies of Emil Jannings in the role of a nutty prison guard. The 25 year old Lubitsch portrays one his first and most original conceptions of marriage and women in a manner that is certainly years ahead of its time. And that's why I obtain disappointed when I didn't search this movie among Kristin Thompson's selected titles to examine Lubitsch's career and his influence on Hollywood in her unbelievable book, "Herr Lubitsch Goes to Hollywood". There are numerous scenes with unforgettable technical creativity. For example an perfect shot from the first act (part) of the movie which exhibits the thing known as "Lubitsch touch"; The wife receives a warrant from police about her husband and his scandalous behavior in a previous night party and while she is discussing the possible misunderstanding on the phone, the camera goes down and shows the drunkard husband, sleeping on the floor. Don't forget we are in 1917! Lubitsch's storytelling imply one of the most smart cameras in history of motion pictures. She is a hero and a witty analyzer of relationship between characters and architecture (rooms, stairs and mainly doors), and characters and objects. The camera treats everybody equally. Most evident in the stage when everybody is going to a party (without knowing of other one). Each of these characters has his or her reason - and usually a lecherous one - but Lubitsch use the same mise-en-scene for cheating husband, unfaithful maid, clever wife and old gigolo as you see in shots below. Lubitsch ("the greatest technician in American cinema after Griffith", says Gerald Mast) is using all kinds of fresh montage tricks - simultaneously with D. W. Griffith, but he use these techniques with such charm that create them almost invisible to the eye of the audience or even an inattentive historian. For traditional historians, influences of German cinema limits to names like Murnau or Lang, but with Lubitsch you can see the true Hollywood; the Hollywood that was making salable fantasy out of the most complicated and occasionally painful passages of human life; exactly the same method Lubitsch was doing back in 1917. -- written by Ehsan Khoshbakht --
As a dog lover myself, I can identify with some of it...such as acting as "doorman" when my partly "inside dogs" wish in or out. And also that my employee is the package alpha and I'm merely the e stories are out of sync. First the author spoke of Ruth's Ann's death without mention of how she died. Later in the book it was somewhat addressed but not completely. She also mentions a male dog posted at their door when Ruth Ann returned from being spayed. Ruth Ann was likely in heat when she was spayed. When a female in heat is spayed, it is mandatory to hold males away from her for a couple of weeks because the hormones remain in the system for a time. I'm surprised her vet did not alert her to e wrote of her mother's neighbor throwing acid into the eyes of her mother's dog, which blinded the dog...not to mention causing unbearable pain. Unforgivable! Reading about this cruel act created me sick! Nothing else is mentioned about the neighbor. Was he prosecuted? If not, he should have been!I organize low-cost spay/neuter clinics in my little city in the mountains of Panama. Through the years I've also rescued numerous dogs. Right now I have 18 dogs, and they are my family. Our perfect veterinarian comes from Costa Rica to operate at our monthly clinics. There are NO competent vets locally, so I've learned a lot about treating wounds and illnesses of dogs. I also support other local people with issues with their dogs.Other than some punctuation errors, the book was fairly well written.
Very heart warming & very meaningful I just lost my boxer lab mix he was amazing,so smart, very Loyal,had heart of gold Loved people it's been 11months well 1onths this August 11,2017 & I still cry the mornings and evenings are still very hard for me we we're together every day and night there was a very powerful Bond that developed since very 1st day he was not just a dog he was family, best mate I've had other dogs & never had these powerful feelings for them & I alot lately read like this book dogs can present how much they love you in so a lot of various ways I Know my dog bullet show'd me want more people could have saw how he was the pain of losing him & missing him are still so powerful well I apologise for rambling on there just so much I could still say but I recommend anyone that loves dogs and is dealing with a lot of a faithful family member & real mate read these books exspecially one called real love and unbreakable bond it'll touch your heart I'll end with R.I.P. my beloved real friend,& family member I'll miss you & you'll never be forgotten & September 11,2017 will be your 1yr Anniversary daddy would do anything to have his mate back I'm lost without you, you we're a real blessing & an honor to have been your mate ok Daddy loves you Bullet I'm starting to cry ok bye Bubba R.I.P. real friend.
Brought back so a lot of stories of all the a lot of dogs we've had over our sixty some years. I understood and empathized with each and every story. For the first time in 45 yrs of marriage, we are dogless. I hold hearing nails clicking on the floor, someone snoring from the dog bed, going to look outside to create sure the oldster is OK. It is unnerving in a method but I tell myself it's the dogs method of letting me know I am not alone, one of them is watching over us. Anyway, everyone needs to read this book! I loved her sister and her attitude!
Didn't really need a book to tell me about a dog's love because I live with a 13 yr old chiweenie who was given to me by a family member and very rudely shoved a terrified 4 month old puppy into my arms as he wrapped his front paws around my neck and he has been my shadow ever since, he follows me everywhere and is waiting at the door when Mom gets home from the store. But I do have fun reading books about dogs and the benefits they provide to humans and other pets. We had a cat and after a getting to know you period they would chase each other around the house providing hours of amusement. I really feel for people who have never had the benefit of growing up with a dog. They are the best companion the Lord could have provided mankind. And I am going to be a mess when his time comes.
You'll laugh you'll cry more than once for both. These short essays on the role of the canine in our every day [email protected]#$%!s all the right notes. Saw my own current & dearly departed furred ones in these pages. Will be reading more from this author. Well worth your time
I feel exactly like the people in this book. I too feel the attachment to my dogs both the living ones and the ones that have crossed over the rainbow bridge. They rule is too and we definitely spoil them and they rule us. Wouldn't have it any other way.
Engaging and enduring, love stories of the furriest kind! I loved the writers honest acc of her relationship with her pets and family members! We all need a reason to remember the unique ones in our lives even if they have fur!
First, let's begin with the cover, and the cover image (Bubba? Ruth Ann?). Just those, and I had to read this book. Second, the Evil Sister...well, not really, but we all know her in one form or another...the Ones Who Think Dogs Are Animals. Who roll their eyes when you shred the chicken and carrots from the homemade soup for the dog's chicken and rice dinner, rather than a nice casserole or salad for us. Who protest that dogs have fur coats already when you insist on dogs wearing winter coats in cold weather. And maybe boots. Depending on the weather. And third, the general family mushiness when it comes to the furry members of the group, and the stolen moments watching the children love the dogs. Dogs somehow humanize us, and these unbelievable moments are brought to us with sentiment but without sentimentality. I found myself reading and reading and wishing the book was longer when I reached the end. Thanks for a truthful, emotionally accurate, interesting and lovely book. Please go write some more.