NEJM iPad Edition: Crashing!!!! Review

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Latest update is crashing every time I open an article...fix it!!!
Dharanish on Jul 12, 2012 for NEJM iPad Edition
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I'm really happy to get the NEJM on my iPad. I only wish it was available on the newsstand instead of separate app. But this is a minor point. Overall, the app works perfectly, the price of subscription is lower, trees are saved and it is much more convenient then carrying/ storing a printed journal. Tank you for making it available on the iPad
Jv unhappy on Jul 5, 2012 for NEJM iPad Edition
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Gary W LaMonda MD
Lost all downloads and 31 hours of documentation of CMEs!!!! No assistance from support thus far! ??Eat up the data plan to replace library or forget it?? GWL
doclam1 on Jun 8, 2012 for NEJM iPad Edition
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Too many crashes
At first when I installed this app, there were no problems. I could download the journals, read, the articles then complete the CME's. But lately, every time I try to load an article, the app crashes and I am returned to the IPad main screen. It is easier to access the articles on Safari but the resolution is not as good. I am glad it was free. Perhaps it is because I own an original IPad, but regardless. It has been a disappointment.
pssaba on Jun 6, 2012 for NEJM iPad Edition
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Why not enable people with institutional sub to read
You can detect the origin of connection.
Gigiuvv on May 25, 2012 for NEJM iPad Edition
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Very Good, but......
A beautiful and intuitive app with one major missing feature--the ability to highlight and export or the ability at least to open an article in another app to allow highlighting/annotating/exporting. An advantage of digital journals is the ability to consolidate articles and annotations of interest in a common site (Evernote for me) to avoid the anxiety provoking experience of watching multiple unread issues accumulate in the office or now in multiple and unconnected apps on my iPad, please facilitate the connectivity.
mdinill on May 21, 2012 for NEJM iPad Edition
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