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The globe class service I've come to expect from Park National Bank took another amazing stride forward in the form of this app. I can now see my balances, transfer funds, bills, deposit bills and more, all with amazing ease. My only regret is that I can't give it a higher rating. Thanks Park!
Its truly the only word to describe the songwriting involved with this recording. I fell in love immediately upon hearing this album. The country theme contained within the overall mood of the melody is light, but detectable. In a method its a very quiet and soothing break from most of the subtle baggage that comes attatched to most singer/songwriter efforts. In a way, you can describe this as a very "no frills" record. His songwriting is sincere, honest, and at times very graphic, yet tasteful (for the best example of this, listen to track 8 "Bass Song" and you'll know my point exactly). As a whole, this album is not in any means a savior to a genre of mediocre country tinged musicians and their eager fans (hey maybe it is, but who am I to obtain one's hopes up too much), but its a amazing album for when you're out driving or sitting around on a rainy day. This is definitely ear candy at its finest, but with perfect messages to back it all up. Obtain into this, please. Then, obtain the live album. You will be in for a r fans of: Clem Snide, Wilco, Elliott Smith.
Live at Convocation Hall provides a nice live supplement of songs featured on this album. I love the live album but the studio works are equally great. Hayden is a quirky song-writer, a craftsman, (I would call him a minimalist alt-folksinger but labels don't do any artist justice)- he can build an entire stage in a song shorter than a min or two. There is nothing superfluous in his music, everything is just right. ("Streetcar" and "I Should Have Been Watching You" are my perennial favourites).This is one of the best ways to obtain into Hayden. I still recommend the Live album in terms of his repertoire. But for studio albums, one of the most memorable and enjoyable. Also, Elk Lake Serenade and his newest album In Field and City are equally fantastic.
I knew, never having heard of Hayden, that I would like "Skyscraper National Park" when I saw the cover ally. I have picked a lot of a record that way, and any football bettor would wish a system that has worked as well as it has. It didn't damage that the reviews were positive and the man's recording technique so, well, not special but let's say unusual. One can see -- actually see and hear -- why Neil Young would be attracted to him; one might also wonder why Neil wouldn't hate the guy. There aren't too a lot of people who could bring off Young's acoustic-ballad atmosphere and intentionally-off production like Hayden does. (Hayden, as in Valley, as in Yellowstone. And the title too. I knew I would like this record.) He even has the voice down. No, it's not a Neil Young imitation, but he has Neil's knack for coaxing the profound truth out of easy lyrics with spot-on inflection. But back to that cover. Only having seen the moose, I was psyched. When I saw the bear on the back, I thought, include your enthusiasm, you have neighbors. And imagine when I felt the fiberboard packaging. One can see, hear AND feel why Neil Young might like this guy. He is so not about slick, that's for sure. If nothing else, it is my alltiime favorite CD en I opened the pack and read the lyrics to "Dynamite Walls." I didn't know they were that at that moment, but when I heard they were, well, "DW" became my co-favorite on the record with "Street Car." "Tea Pad" rounds out my top three, with "Long Method Down" and "Bass Song" second tier. I suspect the others will grow on me.And I expect to be playing this one a lot on gray raw days like today. For a long time. It's not perfect. And I think I like that.
Hayden Desser, better known as simply the former, has come a long method since his 1996 debut, Everything I Long For. The album was a strange amalgam of haunting, lo-fi folk and four-track, grunge-tinged, death metal; an interesting listen indeed. Five years later, after his full-band, rock-oriented detour, The Closer I Get, in 1996, Hayden is ready to expand upon the best of his acoustic side from the first album. Skyscraper National Park opener, Road Car, begins with an acoustic progression augmented by piano flourishes and "Down by the River"-esque, choppy electric guitar. Gone is the deeper groan show in much of his earlier work, as Hayden's voice delicately meanders along the edge of his falsetto, as he tells us of doubt, love and failure. "Dynamite Walls" continues the vehicle imagery as we drive with him past national park signs, falling rock warnings, and construction work; albeit, this ride is a much more upbeat one. "Steps into Miles" is the type of sensitive acoustic tune Coldplay want they didn't have to force, and "Long Method Down" is a cathartic blend of woozy organ, acoustic guitars, and falsettos. Later on we are "Carried Away" with early Beatles drum beats and melodies, fit with pedal steel and acoustic guitar, and when the album ends two tracks later to the muted horns of "Lullaby" we are indeed ready to be sung to sleep, but not in a bored, tired manner, but in a satisfied, peaceful way.
A lot of people on here are complaining about reliability problems which is in fact event to me. Even on a Google pixel XL on Android device 8.1 there are a few problems I've experienced like getting an error for not having network connection. Or when I recently changed the limit to a card and now it will not let me to view cards. But my largest pet peeve. Is how you can't log in with fingerprint.
This application was fantastic, then I updated my phone to 6.20. Application is now just a waste of space, considering I can no longer access my account. I even uninstalled and re-downloaded the app. It's horribly out of date, I think the latest modernize was August 31, 2015? Fresh means fresh incompatibilities.
This application worked amazing when I first installed. Now, for some reason, the camera screen is black when I test to take a picture to deposit a check. I used this feature once or twice before without problem and the app, to my knowledge, has not updated. I have tried rebooting my phone, uninstalling and reinstalling the application and I'm still having the same problem. I'm wondering if it has something to do with the fresh jelly bean firmware (which is complete garbage imo). Other than that, application is fantastic!
Needs some improvement. Picture deposit worked one time. Will not let 2nd picture of the back of the check to be taken before reverting back to the previous screen. Useful for checking acc balance and transfers, but the reason I wanted the application was so I didn't have to visit the bank to deposit checks. Fix please!
Amazing application but unfortunately the field notes map, put name meanings, whats nearby, history notes, long term sightings, public sightings and the map disappeared with the latest modernize which was very useful hence why I bought the application but now it's a separate application on it's own which you have to again, what is the guarantee if I it that it doesn't obtain split up in another application again which I'll have to buy... I would rather like a please!!
Excellentl app. Please extend to Southern Africa. I had this one, returned and bought Sasol eBirds, but then bought this one again! Find function is much easier, and although it's not as comprehensive as Sasol, it's easier to use. It is a small pricey though. A sub R200 (price point of most of its competitors) would definitely create it a no-brainer.
This application is really helpful and simple to use. I use it a lot while in the android game reserve. The images are amazing quality and helps with identification. Thanks so much for the work place into it. Definitely worth the money. The application works offline, which is a major plus.
Beautiful handy field guide. I'm a frequent visitor to Kruger and this comprehensive tutorial works week offline and online for keying out species using a combination of images and identifying characteristics. Fairly intuitive, but you should spend an hour or two messing with it to see how it works. I've relied on Robert's and related field tutorials and this seems faster and easier to use. Not sure the user base is quite huge enough yet for the sightings map to be truly effective - give it a try!
Easy app, transfers are instantaneous. Works fairly well with one caveat. The fresh check deposit camera feature is a pain. Instead of letting you take the image it does it automatically. It's always capturing blurry, half focused pictures and I have to hold retaking them. It uses the flash automatically too. Was better before they updated it. I am using an older phone (Nexus 6) and my camera isn't the fastest, maybe that's part of the problem.
I can no longer deposit checks using this app.... I use an Android device Galaxy S5 and the camera won't focus any longer to take a picture of the check, even in amazing lighting! Please fix the camera settings like the old ver so it'll focus on checks for depositing.
Before the update, this application was very useful. Ever since the modernize I can only enter the application once after logging in. I then have to delete the application if I wish to obtain into it again. Please fix this. I will give it 5 stars when it is working properly.
Hayden's Skyscraper National Park is an intimate set of hushed, gorgeous singer/songwriter vignettes. The title comes from a Kurt Vonnegut novel. When it was first released in 2001 only 100 copies were created for family and friends. The packaging was easy and homemade. Clearly this melody deserved wider release, as these songs are some of Hayden's very best. Skyscraper National Park really makes an awesome opening impression with the first track, the lovely, painful Road Car. It's followed by Dynamite Walls that ranks right up there with the best songs written by a Canadian songwriter. While most of this items is beautiful serious melody about life's bummers, the surprising song Bass about a musician who is killed in his home and uses a bass guitar to defend himself is whimsical in a morbid sort of way. Anyway, there's lots of understated acoustic guitar, piano, delicate percussion, cello, some strings and the occasional electric freak-out to hold things spicy. Closer Lullaby with its awesome music and muted, stately horns will have you pressing the repeat button for sure. Terrific album. The only reason I won't give it 5 stars is the packaging using some kind of recycled paper with a moose on the front and a bear on the back. The text is almost impossible to read and there was a sticker over the moose when I bought the album. When I removed the sticker, half the moose came off. I wish my moose back :)
I had this application a while back and deleted it because I could never obtain it to work, I just recently thought it was a amazing idea to it again. It does now actually allow me log in but if I other tabs it says system error exit app.. And I think it would be better if, I could actually see my checks photos and if it would present the pending transactions and then the posted transactions. It would create everthing so much easier!!!