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If you’re still using the ESPN app, you are wasting your time! ESPN charges you to read the majority of their poorly written articles, their “analysts” are terrible, they plaster ads throughout their poorly functioning app, and there’s no options to turn off spoiler notifications! I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had a Hail Mary or a last second drive spoiled because of the ESPN app. Come to the light, my fellow sports fans. The change is honestly night and day. The boys down at Bleacher Report have done their homework. All of the articles are well written and very interesting to read. The home page houses all types of information sources, from scores, to articles, to lists, videos, and even tweets from athletes. It’s all right there! They have a feature to turn off spoiler notifications too! The ads are much more reasonable. On ESPN you’ll be watching a 90 second ad before a 20 second video. On B/R, it’ll be a 10 second ad before a 5 minute video. I honestly could not be more pleased. Guys, I don’t write app reviews. I don’t even know how to use my phone. I’m a Neanderthal in most senses of the word. But when it comes to sports, don’t let ESPN make you miss out on the news coverage you deserve. You need to delete that garbage. Make the industrial machine of Disney grind to a halt; Bleacher report understand that sports fans shouldn’t have to pay to read about the sports they love!
Great app. I love the articles. I would give a 5 star, if you had a way to see previously read articles or were able to favorite preciously read articles like the “News” app on iPhone. It makes it incredibly more convenient and easier to share articles or refer back to an article when needed. I’ve given up on multiple occasions when trying to find an article I’m referencing when talking to friends or family or when I’m trying to see if someone’s responded to my comment. Locating a previously read article is so difficult, I’ve been unsuccessful with finding some articles even after going to bleacher report after a few minutes, notably if the article is under the “Fire” category. Usually, I have to do a google search of the terms I remember + bleacher report just to pull up a previously read article. This issue should not be an issue in this day and age.
I’ll start off by saying when I try to read articles not written by Bleacher report the fully loaded page turns white making it literally impossible to read. Kind of annoying and it’s only when it’s non bleacher report articles. iPhone Xs The rest is about Bleacher report itself. Annoyed of the constant click baiting when I just want good sports knowledge. Constant errors in the writing, it doesn’t seem like they have an editor. Sometimes it’s really minor stuff like a misspelled word. Most writing programs have a spell check feature so it’s really bothersome that the writer couldn’t click a few extra buttons to make the article better but I think it’s actually representative of the writing in general. I don’t think much time or care is taken with the assignments. I definitely think they are more interested in getting you to click something rather than making sure whatever they write is worth clicking. I am slowly and slowly finding myself just going to google and searching for writers who I know took time to write rather than go on the app and that’s kinda sad cause this app is really what got me into sports as much as I am. I understand you got to keep the lights on but I just want to be entertained or interested not bored or mad.
This app is littered with pop up ads. Every time I click on (this review is being interrupted by a simulated pop up ad) an article to read I am either interrupted or prompted to pay for a subscribed (this review is being interrupted by a simulated pop up ad) service. While the app in principle covers many (this review is being interrupted by a simulated pop up ad) sports and allows you to follow your favorite (this review is being interrupted by a simulated pop up ad) teams, even setting priorities for your news feed, you’re better off just (this review is being interrupted by a simulated pop up ad) reading the headlines and checking scores, both of which can (this review is being interrupted by a simulated pop up ad) be found in an sport-official app such as MLB app and others. App also links a lot of content (this review is being interrupted by a simulated pop up ad) to Twitter, and if I wanted to use Twitter I’d just (this review is being interrupted by a simulated pop up ad is this annoying yet? Yeah I bet. And so is the app when it does it get the picture?) reactivate my Twitter account and participate that way. At least Twitter has (this review is being interrupted by a simulated pop up ad and you thought I was done) an ad blocker. In other words, for complete stories use other apps otherwise risk being (this review is being interrupted by a simulated pop up ad)...
I used to love this app. I recommended it to all my friends. It was comprehensive, concise, intuitive, and most of all; the information I needed and wanted was right at my fingertips. In a recent update, that all changed. They changed the bar across the top of the home page that used to show my team’s current and upcoming games. Now it shows current games and a bunch of completely irrelevant games from sports I didn’t even tell the app I liked! To find my team’s upcoming games, I have to dig around in scores, which is inconvenient and unnecessary. I also used to be able to tap on a game to see where it would be broadcast. Can no longer do that. Again, have to find that in the scores, extra searching, and it’s no longer customized for my local market so I still don’t know where I can find the game. (I’m in Ohio, when the Cavs are playing OKC, it’s no help to tell me they’re on FS OKC, are they on FSO?) My homepage feed no longer seems to be customized to my preferences. Frankly, I’m just waiting to find a replacement app and then I’ll dump this one.
Developed by Bleacher Report.
Bleacher Report: Sports News is ranking in Sports & News
Last update was at Jan 14, 2020and the current version is 7.8.0.
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Bleacher Report: Sports News have a 218 923a user reviews.
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