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Digg delivers the most interesting and talked about stories on the Internet right now. <br><br>Powered by social signals and discerning taste, our editors turn the Internet's vast and cacophonous flood of articles, blog posts, and videos into an elegant and engrossing mix known as Digg.<br><br>Features:<br>◆ A continuously-updated feed of stories from around the web, hand-picked by our staff of editors and writers <br>◆ Video: today’s most interesting viral videos, animations and short films <br>◆ Search and Discover: thousands of stories curated and categorized into topics like Technology, Long Reads, Space, Funny, and more<br><br>Don't believe us? Listen to what some smart people are saying:<br><br>“Digg captures a snapshot of all of the Web’s hottest streams. Then it presents a smart, gorgeous, editorially coherent digest of what’s popular online.” - Slate<br><br>“And now, with no warning, it's back—and it's beautiful.” - Gizmodo<br><br>Have a suggestion? Trouble with our app?<br>Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org<br>Talk to us on Twitter: @DiggSupport<br><br>Team Digg
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A while back this was my absolute favorite app. Was on it several times a day hoping to find some new content. The content has always been pretty great and who(m?)ever used to write the the little one-liner descriptors was simply hilarious. I completely understand the need for ad revenue to keep a business going, however, 15 second ads are for TV, not for a couple of short videos. Half of the content is shorter than the commercials and the commercials are far far far too often. Every or every other 10 second video has a 15-18 second commercial. Way too much. Lessen the amount and duration of ads (necessity) and bring back funny one-liner guy (request)!!
I generall like Digg because I find it to be a nice roundup of news and content. Well-rounded without being totally repetitive. My issue is not with Digg, but the Digg app. The site is much more enjoyable to use in a Safari tab. The app (on iPad at least) is completely unreliable. I usually read the articles in the morning and at night, and I tell you that the app crashes a MINIMUM of three times a day- usually upon opening and trying to rea the first article. Even if this were one of those apps that is really just a scaled-down web browser pretending to be an app it would be better and more reliable. It has been buggy for several revisions now.
This is probably the 50th time I have had to uninstall and then reinstall this app. I think I have been a digg app user for at least 4 + years so maybe this is the 100th time. The content is so refreshing compared to any other news app that I will continue to reinstall this app. So funny how over so much time this developer can not seem to figure out how to make this app not crash. This time around the app crashes any time I close the app when I am NOT in the home screen news feed. Slap my head every time I forget🤦♀️. Seriously, love the content!
Um, hello Digg staff. I love the content of your site. However, I find it easier to use apps to get news-style content. I don’t know if you’re aware, but your app is nearly unusable in its current outdated form. Videos do not work because the ad service you’re using causes errors each time it tries to roll an ad. This really shouldn’t be a big deal to fix. A tiny company no one has ever heard of could afford to do it. Your site is well known. Why don’t you fix this problem? When you put an app in the store, you have to expect that it will need some ongoing maintenance. 3 years without an update is pretty silly. I hate to do it, but I’m finally deleting this. Let me know if you ever get it together, and I’ll be happy to reinstall.
I have been using the app since day one and frustrated by if for years as it literally crashed within 1 minute every time I used it. I kept thinking they would fix it—never happened. Finally today I decided they must know of the issue but have no idea how to fix it because they can’t reproduce it. So I deleted the app entirely and reinstalled it. Voila! Problem solved! Must be a problem with an old internal database that hasn’t been updated properly. If they’d load a dev build on a failing device they may be able to fix it. I can’t believe I’m alone with this issue. I can’t imagine how many users the lost over this bug. I can’t believe I waited this long to try it but I never really cared enough—I just used the desktop. There you go—you are welcome!
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