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Doesn't work. PLEASE FIX!!!!
Doesn't work. Please fix. Thanks.
NickFIJI on Sep 30, 2013 for NetBenefits
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Not iOS 7 Compatible
Desperately needs an update to support iOS 7. Useless until then
ItsFrownedUpon on Sep 30, 2013 for NetBenefits
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Can't access
The 'agreement' screen is formatted such that one cannot access the 'I agree' button - hence I cannot login and this app is useless. How hard could it be for Fidelity to test this app before releasing it?
Stiv99 on Sep 29, 2013 for NetBenefits
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Can't open
The app doesn't work. It wont even show the full screen for me to click the agree button in Terms&Conditions. Also, what kind of investment company wont have an iPad version?
Only-the-truth on Sep 28, 2013 for NetBenefits
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Too bad I can't give it zero stars
I'm still stuck at the green loading screen with the little swirling circle. I let it 'swirl' for over an hour earlier. What a piece of junk. I'm uninstalling it after this.
FLSTC09 on Sep 24, 2013 for NetBenefits
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Awesome look, bad feel with very basic problems
I was very excited when I saw this app was available for my 401(k) since I use my mobile device extensively. I thought the low rankings were a fluke. However, users hold a very high expectation of how apps perform. Overall the app has a very polished look. The pie charts, monthly/quarterly performance, and investment allocations all look very sharp. Unfortunately that is where it ceases to shine. There are some basic user interface items that are counter-intuitive. On the page for one's retirement account you can swipe left and right through Investments, allocation, and vested balance -- however the "back" arrow takes you back through each of these swipes instead of to the previous menu level as expected. There is often a second or two in delay without a corresponding "swirling circle" at the top of the screen to indicate the app is doing something. This also occurs when logging in. It has a halting, jerky feel. The scroll function is equally jerky -- almost like the original iOS. It isn't the smooth scroll that follows your finger's every move that you've come to expect from the last several iOS iterations. Finally the app has a timeout issue. You'll be going along and suddenly it will pause, go to the green "loading" screen, and prompt you for your username and password again. Likewise after a little bit of inactivity it alerts you that you are being logged out -- yet I was able to navigate through 3 separate screens before being dumped to the login page.
Gilturgon on Sep 11, 2013 for NetBenefits
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