An exact replica of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel newspaper, accessible online.
Great app. It's the paper
This is just the newspaper. Perfect. $5 a month beats $1 per issue. Not interactive. If you want that, there is a different app. Been using it for years without problems except they're slow to update after iOS update
Gets worse and more difficult to use with each passing day. Never consistent. One day I can use it, the next day I can't even though no account, password, subscriber, etc. information has changed.
This is the most pathetic and worthless app known to man. Does not download properly, will change your account passwords, and is usually a day or two behind in delivering the news. The paper is agenda driven for conservatives rarely fact based do they any research for facts. Not sure how these people can get away with publishing this garbage,
No link to second part of an article
I liked this app before the latest upgrade. Now I can't easily get to the second part of articles continued on later pages. The app is kind of useless without that feature.
Does not work after lastest IOS upgrade. Still works under previous upgrade.
Between numerous crashes and failures to open, this app is terrible. How difficult can it be, to be able to read my morning paper on my tablet? Fix it!!!
By Total Roy
I have not been able to log onto the app after dozen unsuccessful attempts and with customer service help.
Have not been able to log in for weeks. I get a message that JS is under construction which is unacceptable.
This app has so many crashing issues and loading problems. I chose to receive the paper digitally to save on waste, but this is becoming a waste of money. I subscribe to other digital newspapers and do not have issues on a daily basis. As the only newspaper still in the Milwaukee area, please consider making it worth subscribing to.
Worst App EVER
The only reason I even downloaded this app is because the JS was incapable of delivering a hard copy newspaper to my home, in remote Wauwatosa, on a regular basis. So I opted to read the (only) local paper via the e-edition. But even that didn't work; it either crashes or locks me out regularly. The JS kindly offers a support line & e-mail for those having problems with the app. This would be more helpful if someone there actually answered the support line or returned e-mails to the support e-mail address. I wish I had the ability to convey how unbelievably terrible this software is. I honestly wonder if the JS delegated the task of developing the app to its delivery staff? In any event, this is the best argument I've ever seen against a newspaper monopoly in a major urban area.