TED: Manipulated information Review

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Manipulated information
This app is just another Monsanto owned-paid source of information used to manipulate the truth about the system.... NO MONSATO. NO GMO. You can't find anything that is actually useful and date to the current events that affect the society.
JennMar on Sep 28, 2013 for TED
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Shame on TED
I don't give five stars to those that align with Monsanto. I'm going to enjoy watching TED spiral down into obscurity.
MichaelZ1727 on Sep 27, 2013 for TED
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Ted talks are interesting and dynamic
Could yall put something in the app that lets me know what ive watched or star for likes please? I love Ted talks i watch the limited few on netflix would really love to start on this app
BOOM253 on Sep 26, 2013 for TED
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App I have been looking for
Out of the many apps I have downloaded this is the first app I have written worthy of my time. Very interesting loving the fully explained topics through the ideas given. A very nice app to sleep to. Motivational and can enlighten if you are looking to such motives .
DonnyM. on Sep 26, 2013 for TED
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Will not work offline!
As always, TED talks are great, and having an app to view and sort through them is a necessity. As long as you are connected to cellular or wireless, the app works fine. However, as with several other users, I am unable to view previously downloaded videos while offline. I receive the ever-so-useful message: "Error -11800"
Lianfyrr on Sep 26, 2013 for TED
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Lack of content
The blatant omission of content such as anything anti-GMO leads me to believe or wonder what else has his company sold out on. If you're going to provide a source of education for people you should provide all of the content and not what you think should be included or what you are paid to omit
TimoNW on Sep 25, 2013 for TED
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