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Hate the update
Going to start using the local CBS or fox app this new update is terrible...I loved the app before the update...bring it back plz!
Bhoj on Dec 14, 2012 for AJC.com
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Really bad update!
I only had this app for the sports! The old version was great for keeping up with Georgia and recruiting news. Now that you only get 1/3 of the news with a bunch of repeat stories. When the app updated there was 5 of the same stories about the SEC championship game. That game was two weeks ago. I have zero use for this app now! I would rate a zero if possible!
dixieland79 on Dec 13, 2012 for AJC.com
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Awful, awful update
It's been said in other reviews- no blogs, no beat writers, just crap. This is a terrible app compared to earlier versions.
Rrrrrllllllll on Dec 13, 2012 for AJC.com
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Love the new app
I love the new layout and updated features. The traffic and weather additions are really useful - not to mention the video and photo gallery. I like that everything can be accessed from one menu now. Great job! I love the new app.
Ddensleraishell on Dec 13, 2012 for AJC.com
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Horrible, mind-boggling even, update.
Way less news. No blogs. And they actually cancelled the Entertainment section. And this is about Atlanta. Someone should be fired. What a waste.
Me Takoma P. on Dec 12, 2012 for AJC.com
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Where did the blogs go?
Before the new update I would have given this app four stars, but now you can't read the best part of the paper, the blogs. Please bring back the blogs ASAP. Also, if there was a way to read readers comments after the article that would be great.
Rkcola on Dec 12, 2012 for AJC.com
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