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Also featured in 3 other countries, and probably even more in the past.
Apr 18, 2021
Thoroughly enjoy the APP. I start my day with USA Today. Below are a few “gnat bites” that pester me:1) Articles need to be fair and balanced. Political bias can be covered in the OpEd....but don’t let it influence the news stories...journalism should be pure.2) Entertainment Section and Life Section overlap way too much. The same article is placed in both sections - keep celebrity out of the Life Section.3) Editor should be review pages more frequently....their are stale stories/articles that have been repeated daily for weeks and weeks...there are too many new stories that could be run in those spaces.4) Daily Comics Section should be added. Everyone enjoys the comics...even if you just ran them on Sunday.5) Ad Free Subscriptions....you should have a seniors (65+) rate. So many of us are on fixed incomes....recommend $2 per month. If the Comic Section isn’t feasible for the non-ad version...maybe include it as a perk with the subscription version.
Apr 18, 2021
Ad free is to expensive. Closer to $4 a month or a yearly fee would be a better option
Apr 18, 2021
After years of providing news to app users, USA Today rolled up their app and hit us across the nose, restricting access to content. The phrase “bait-and-switch” comes to mind as USAT decides that annoying customers with ads is not enough, app users must now pay for the privilege. Is USAT unaware that news services across the Internet offer the articles they now restrict? Is USAT unaware that most of those same news services do so without the typos and incomplete/unfinished articles we have endured on their app? This reviewer cannot fathom why USAT would take away what was a genuinely helpful tool by making articles “for subscribers,” like a five-year-old taking his toys to go home. Then again, this reviewer knows what the love of money is the root of.
Apr 18, 2021
Clearly the story for amazon prime day is a huge ad, but within that story there are actual advertisements where there shouldn’t be. Please provide a subscription refund for this month. I do have screenshots. This isn’t the only time I've noticed advertisementsUpdate:For the past several weeks the time it takes to load has significantly increased. Still see advertisements for random storiesUpdate 2:Still getting advertisements on paid subscription and more and more articles are being sent to the USA Today website with a login prompt.Update 3:Same issues as before and now with less privacy
Apr 19, 2021