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This used to be my favorite app for sports but it doesn’t update regularly anymore. It sends a message that new content is available and I click to read it and it can’t be found in the app. Maybe six or seven hours later it will be there. If I open Sports Illustrated in News all of the content is there. It used to be that I could get up in the morning and read all the content from their best writers. Now it is all the old content from the afternoon before. Why do I get alerts about new content if I open the app and when I do it is not there until several hours later, if at all? Come on, S. I. , you can do better than that! I even tried deleting and reinstalling and still the same. Worked great until about two weeks ago and stopped regularly posting new content, again even when it alerts me it is there. Totally ridiculous!
I deleted this app after less than 10minutes. I’ve stopped going to espn for news on both thier network & app as they’ve embraced style over substance. I was excited to read that the si app had increased it’s soccer coverage (this is an area where espn was also lacking.) However the layout & experience of using of this app was so poor I had to delete it. Under favorites they only listed 2 soccer leagues. Yet my newsfeed was clogged w/stories about teams in leagues I didn’t have the option to select. And yes some of those stories were in languages I don’t happen to speak. Also no way to search for a story. And under the scores section why does the user have to click through every day to find out if any games even happened that day? Why not make indicate if a game took place or not? Well that’s what I found in under 10 minuets, I’m sure the rest of the app is great!!!!!!
I grew up on Sports Illustrated. Sadly, its app carries on none of the rich tradition of the magazine’s former greatness. While the mag and website still have some great writers and content, the app hides all of it. The worst is that the app sends app pushes I want to read, but does not display those stories in the app; I have to go to the website to find them. The first thing the app will ask is for you to pick your favorite teams. Then it will deliver no content about them to your phone. The MySI feed has about a dozen stories, but rarely does one relate to your favorite team. Only the top ones refresh with new content; those at the bottom are more than a year old. The news feed is all international soccer. Now that the magazine has been sold-again-perhaps the new owner will prioritize an app that works.
This app becomes increasingly disappointing. You cannot search for stories and are entirely dependent on the including the story. The news feed is filled with so much minutia it is basically useless. I love soccer, but way to much minor news and nonnews stories. Plus much of it is in Spanish. It’s cool to have multilingual options, but the user should be able to control that. You can select favorite writers, but the app is increasingly inconsistent about including them in your feed. And when it does, it is usually days after the article was originally posted. For example today is Monday, Albert Breer’s pre week 3 notes column just came up. Too late to be of interest. But his Monday morning summary column is nowhere to be found. Tiger Woods just won his first tournament in five years and there is no story in the 10 spot collection of significant sports stories? The site always had limitations, but now it feels so bad that they must intentionally want it to be a poor app.
I like this app; it gives me well-written stories and accurate scores on all my games. I only have two problem with it. First, there is no search-function. If you want to see a specific story, instead of just searching for it, you have to keep scrolling until you eventually find it. Secondly, there is way to much soccer. It occupies like 70% of all the stories. Let’s see some variety. I know that people complained about there being no soccer but you kinda over-did it. All I ask is that hear suggestions at least be considered.
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