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    If you suspect that you've ingested poison, WebMD's Medscape has over 1000 guides to help you know what to do. The guides offer first aid assistance to help you curb the emergency before getting to the nearest health care center.
    img by David
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Whether you've accidentally ingested poison at home or your child has sustained some injury while playing, getting medical assistance without leaving home is now easier than ever. Medscape has over 1000 tips to help you manage the medical situation from the comfort of your home.
    img by r
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    If you're approaching your 40s, it's a good idea to start learning about menopause so you know what to look for. You can read everything you need to know from a clinical point of view and be ready when the first signs appear.
    img by Sharon
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    When you or someone you know is diagnosed with HIV, you want to have the latest news at your fingertips 24 hours a day. This free app gives you medical news about many different illnesses right to your phone.
    img by Ijeoma
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Medical news can be biased or untrustworthy, but you can get the latest information straight from physicians. Get updates on your phone on recalled medical and food products so that you can save yourself 2 hours of research.
    img by Paul
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Get adequate knowledge on how to deal with several health conditions and diseases. The tool provides comprehensive, evidence-based explanations for more than 4,000 diseases and conditions. With it, you can research several medical conditions and situations, procedures for handling them, and medication to deploy.
    img by Stefan
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Working 12-hour shifts on a regular basis can be grueling, but you can find help on your phone to assist with daily nursing tasks. This is one resource you'll be glad to have at the ready.
    img by Aubrey
    11 months ago
  • img Community
    Research is ongoing and there is much disinformation floating around. If you want to truly understand the virus and learn about the latest research, it's best to go right to the source. This is the app professionals from 34 different health fields use on a regular basis.
    img by Aubrey
    10 months ago
  • img Community
    When you have patients who are coming to you and are on 10 different medications, you want to make sure that nothing you give them will interact. This app will help.
    img by Stefan
    9 months ago
  • img Community
    It's often hard to keep updated with all the latest news in medicine, especially across different fields. Medscape provides regular news from fellow healthcare professionals, as well as safety information for over 8,500 drugs and treatments. You can also quiz yourself, too.
    img by Antonio
    4 months ago
  • I want to be clear May 11, 2019

    By AndrewLinares
    I am like this app a lot, but there are some things that are holding me back from using it daily. In my previous review I mentioned that there was no way to send articles via text message and there was no way to save articles for later. A developer responded that there was a way to save articles for later, which is true except in certain circumstances. If you search for an article or click on any article after opening the app, you can save it for later. However, if you get push notification about a story that you might like and you click on it, it does not give you the option to save it for later. I would use this app much more frequently if these two features were in it. I currently almost don’t use it at all because I can’t share through text message. Other than that it’s a great resource and I hope it continues to improve in the future
  • Medical Rotations Life Saver Mar 30, 2019

    By Asst. to the Regional Manager
    As an MS-3 on the cusp of wrapping up my third year, I have to say this was my GO TO reference source for clinical rotations. A lot of people will say resources like UpToDate and Epocrates are the gold standards, and while they are incredible, neither possesses the ease of use, scope of information, or clinical tools that this app has. I have a paid subscription to those other sources through my school, but this is essentially the only reference I use and it’s completely free for anyone. I would 100% recommend this app to anyone and you better believe I won’t be without it next year, as a resident, or as an attending.
  • Sep 12, 2021

    By Khalid Hatem
    Dear medscape team please fix App unusable any more. Message keep showing "a network connection is required to perform necessary updates" on the home screen, although i have a strong internet connection, my other phone showing this also. This message is preventing any interaction with app. Thanks
  • Very useful, but used to be better. Feb 14, 2020

    By EV-traveler
    I often recommend that people use the Mayo Clinic site if they don’t have Sci/Med background, but I send them to Medscape if they do. Unfortunately, both the website and the app are now harder to use than they used to be. It’s not that the information isn’t there, it’s that they’re forcing you to click to the next page and that makes hard too read and share. It used to be possible to forward a chunk of text to people who needed information. But unless you want to make a career out of cut and paste, it’s quite difficult now. This all gets back to the fundamental questions facing the business of medicine today; should an informed citizenry be a goal, or should profit?. Having said all this, I do rely on this site, I just wish it had a little bit more accessible structure.
  • Aug 22, 2021

    By Angel Wintrode
    All the medical news, info, and more in one place. Warning: this app is a lot like reading a magazine that is meant to be read by doctors, nurses and other medical personnel. Some of the articles may be hard to read for some people bc of how technical they are. If you can keep up with medical phrases and jargon you'll love this app.
  • Long Time Invaluable Resource Apr 15, 2019

    By Brenrick31
    After 15 years as a Mental Health Clinically Designated Interventionist I returned to 4 years of Nursing school. Now, 10 years later, my professional focus has shifted but not my ‘go to’ resource! Medscape has remained an invaluable resource for both maintaining CEU as well as cogent and valuable contemporary research articles. Research presentations are so well vetted that they can be shared with colleagues as well as patient/clients. Thanks Medscape for being a long term friend
  • A must-have app; can be better Jan 5, 2020

    By Hadikm
    I am a medical student and I use Medscape on a daily basis; it’s the quickest and best way to look up or check medical terms. Lots of functionality. Great. Please update the app to have multi-task and split-screen/overlay on iPadOS. It’s very important for me to simultaneously take notes or to have my reference book besides Medscape and see both. Also being able to have multiple windows is really useful. Thanks
  • Information Up-To-Date and Easily Accessable Oct 4, 2020

    By ALSSBU
    I had no issues while using this app and it is up to date on information. Additionally, the app is easily accessible and one can focus on specific areas that they are interested in. This app is especially helpful for those who do not have a health background because it explains several different areas that one may want to know.
  • Alex S Jan 7, 2021

    By Alex 2452
    The Medscape App is a very informative and a great way to check and see images of medications to ensure your taking the correct medication and to see different images of medications from other pharmaceutical companies which are the same medications but look different in color, shape and markings on the medications to make sure your taking the exact same medications that are prescribed to you. Overall a great App
  • Nov 10, 2021

    By Lynn Grauke
    Dear Yolanda. Had the same "network problem ". Uninstalled then reinstalled the app. Fixed it.
  • Nov 5, 2021

    By Yolonda Chapman
    Lately it's been saying, "A network error has occurred. Please try again." There is nothing wrong with my network. The app is the problem."
  • Nov 12, 2021

    By Kanyka Hargett
    What's wrong with Medscape? Lately when I open it, it shows "a network error occured, please try again". It's certainly not on my end. Please fix it.
  • Ads have become completely intrusive. Aug 21, 2018

    By Dudeepic
    I used Medscape throughout medical school and it quickly became my go to resource. I’ve used essentially ever major medical app and this was hands down my favorite. Now the app will not allow a section of text to be ad free. I’ll scroll down while reading and a new ad will insert itself between the text. This is exceptionally distracting and interrupts reading. Why can’t they just keep the ad banners down at the bottom? There is already one there anyway? I probably will be uninstalling Medscape, which is very disheartening because I’ve been using it for so long. In their quest for ad space they have lost someone to advertise to, and I’ve lost a great resource. There’s no winners in this scenario. It was a good run while it lasted and I’ll always be appreciative towards the app, but I can no longer support it.
  • Nov 13, 2021

    By Shelby Manor
    Was a helpful app... after update it keep saying there's a "network error" and is unusable
  • Aug 20, 2021

    By Clifford D Meadows
    No longer works. I used it extensively and even deleted and reinstalled to NO avail. Only states in a white box: Update Required A Network Connection is required to perform necessary updates. You cannot access this app at all. Please fix this. Thank you so much.
  • Usefulness of the app has suffered greatly Jan 6, 2019

    By 2buyRnot2buy
    1. The app has been valuable because of accurate and extensive information. But the app cannot be used efficiently with the presence of excessive and advertising. 2. The app presented valuable information quickly to both lay users and medical professionals. With the hands, the app seems unprofessional and could easily be taken by Lee persons as a website primarily intended to sell medical products. You have greatly cheapens the app. 3. If you need to monetize the app, then consider an ad free version that professionals in the interested lake people could pay a reasonable fee for as an in app purchase.
  • Aug 27, 2021

    By John Tessarzik
    "Service Unavailable"???? Nothing like completing a CE course from an email that launches the app - only to get a "service unavailable" message as soon as you submit the CE questions!! Received a response asking if I am using the "Medscape CME app or the core Medcape app.". Apparently I should be using the CME app however I cannot find any app other than the "core" Medscape app on Google Play.
  • Nov 28, 2021

    By Toni Gray
    Won't run at all if you have any sort of ad block or ad management programs on your phone.
  • Jul 24, 2021

    By matt soma
    Stop the emails! Please stop sending me these emails. Please. Unsubscribing doesn't work. Emailing you doesn't work. Just stop. This is the only app I've ever installed that I've regretted because after 5 years I'm still getting emails.
  • Ads make it very annoying! Oct 25, 2017

    By MD Mauri
    I first downloaded Medscape when I was a medical student. I have used it many times in the past, but now I tend to open the app as a last resource. Why? Because of the annoying ads! I’m thinking about paying an uptodate subscription and say farewell to MedScape for good if they don’t remove the ads. We are medical professionals seeking information for the good of our patients, not to pass the time because we are bored. I hope that clarifies my disappointment and reminds you of the purpose of this app and any other source of medical information. At least come with a solution like an advertisement-free version that is not free...
  • img Community
    If you suspect that you've ingested poison, WebMD's Medscape has over 1000 guides to help you know what to do. The guides offer first aid assistance to help you curb the emergency before getting to the nearest health care center.
    img by David
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    Whether you've accidentally ingested poison at home or your child has sustained some injury while playing, getting medical assistance without leaving home is now easier than ever. Medscape has over 1000 tips to help you manage the medical situation from the comfort of your home.
    img by r
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    If you're approaching your 40s, it's a good idea to start learning about menopause so you know what to look for. You can read everything you need to know from a clinical point of view and be ready when the first signs appear.
    img by Sharon
    2 years ago
  • img Community
    When you or someone you know is diagnosed with HIV, you want to have the latest news at your fingertips 24 hours a day. This free app gives you medical news about many different illnesses right to your phone.
    img by Ijeoma
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Medical news can be biased or untrustworthy, but you can get the latest information straight from physicians. Get updates on your phone on recalled medical and food products so that you can save yourself 2 hours of research.
    img by Paul
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Get adequate knowledge on how to deal with several health conditions and diseases. The tool provides comprehensive, evidence-based explanations for more than 4,000 diseases and conditions. With it, you can research several medical conditions and situations, procedures for handling them, and medication to deploy.
    img by Stefan
    1 year ago
  • img Community
    Working 12-hour shifts on a regular basis can be grueling, but you can find help on your phone to assist with daily nursing tasks. This is one resource you'll be glad to have at the ready.
    img by Aubrey
    11 months ago
  • img Community
    Research is ongoing and there is much disinformation floating around. If you want to truly understand the virus and learn about the latest research, it's best to go right to the source. This is the app professionals from 34 different health fields use on a regular basis.
    img by Aubrey
    10 months ago
  • img Community
    When you have patients who are coming to you and are on 10 different medications, you want to make sure that nothing you give them will interact. This app will help.
    img by Stefan
    9 months ago
  • img Community
    It's often hard to keep updated with all the latest news in medicine, especially across different fields. Medscape provides regular news from fellow healthcare professionals, as well as safety information for over 8,500 drugs and treatments. You can also quiz yourself, too.
    img by Antonio
    4 months ago
  • img Expert
    1. Exclusive Medscape Consult™ gives you access to a community of 250,000+ physicians worldwide for mutual knowledge and experience sharing
    2. Search for the lowest drug prices and easily share prescription discount cards with patients at the touch of a button
    3. Want to keep working on that higher degree? Continue to earn CME credits and keep track of your progress all in one convenient location

    Reviewed by Laura S on December 27, 2017

  • Medical Rotations Life Saver Mar 30, 2019

    By Asst. to the Regional Manager
    As an MS-3 on the cusp of wrapping up my third year, I have to say this was my GO TO reference source for clinical rotations. A lot of people will say resources like UpToDate and Epocrates are the gold standards, and while they are incredible, neither possesses the ease of use, scope of information, or clinical tools that this app has. I have a paid subscription to those other sources through my school, but this is essentially the only reference I use and it’s completely free for anyone. I would 100% recommend this app to anyone and you better believe I won’t be without it next year, as a resident, or as an attending.
  • Aug 22, 2021

    By Angel Wintrode
    All the medical news, info, and more in one place. Warning: this app is a lot like reading a magazine that is meant to be read by doctors, nurses and other medical personnel. Some of the articles may be hard to read for some people bc of how technical they are. If you can keep up with medical phrases and jargon you'll love this app.
  • A must-have app; can be better Jan 5, 2020

    By Hadikm
    I am a medical student and I use Medscape on a daily basis; it’s the quickest and best way to look up or check medical terms. Lots of functionality. Great. Please update the app to have multi-task and split-screen/overlay on iPadOS. It’s very important for me to simultaneously take notes or to have my reference book besides Medscape and see both. Also being able to have multiple windows is really useful. Thanks
  • Information Up-To-Date and Easily Accessable Oct 4, 2020

    By ALSSBU
    I had no issues while using this app and it is up to date on information. Additionally, the app is easily accessible and one can focus on specific areas that they are interested in. This app is especially helpful for those who do not have a health background because it explains several different areas that one may want to know.
  • Alex S Jan 7, 2021

    By Alex 2452
    The Medscape App is a very informative and a great way to check and see images of medications to ensure your taking the correct medication and to see different images of medications from other pharmaceutical companies which are the same medications but look different in color, shape and markings on the medications to make sure your taking the exact same medications that are prescribed to you. Overall a great App
  • Aug 23, 2020

    By Robert Gould
    To be honest, I don't use this app that much, because I just don't tend to use many apps in general. The times I have used this app it has been great! It does give you such a wealth of information with offline access! I have started to use the CME education a little. Some bit of feedback would be to have different sections so that completed activities can be in a separate section. Since I work from the top down, I find it annoying to have to scroll through the same list every time.
  • Jul 21, 2021

    By W. Preston
    Great app for quickly accessing array of important info. I especially like the frequent updates, format & availability of continuing education in the app.
  • Updated - fixed (Keeps crashing) Dec 28, 2019

    By Kermit606
    Normally I love this app, but since the last update it crashes every single time I try to open it. Even tried deleting and reinstalling but not change. They need to fix this update big. —————————————————- Update: they fixed the bug! My #1 medical reference app again!
  • Informative and easy to use Jan 8, 2019

    By Fruitpunch ninja
    Has pretty much everything I need, from drug information, formulary (although seems incomplete for some drugs), to disease overview/treatment. Also very impressed that you can connect to dose calculator directly from drug dosing. I’m very glad that I found this app now that I don’t have free access to lexicomp or uptodate as a student.
  • Feb 13, 2021

    By Ryan Smith
    This is the most informative, thorough, and trustworthy app that I have ever had. I use it to learn about interactions, diseases and conditions, medical news, medications (including vitamins and minerals), and probably more - whenever I need to know. I like similar apps, too, but this one is my favorite.
  • Very useful, but used to be better. Feb 14, 2020

    By EV-traveler
    I often recommend that people use the Mayo Clinic site if they don’t have Sci/Med background, but I send them to Medscape if they do. Unfortunately, both the website and the app are now harder to use than they used to be. It’s not that the information isn’t there, it’s that they’re forcing you to click to the next page and that makes hard too read and share. It used to be possible to forward a chunk of text to people who needed information. But unless you want to make a career out of cut and paste, it’s quite difficult now. This all gets back to the fundamental questions facing the business of medicine today; should an informed citizenry be a goal, or should profit?. Having said all this, I do rely on this site, I just wish it had a little bit more accessible structure.
  • Long Time Invaluable Resource Apr 15, 2019

    By Brenrick31
    After 15 years as a Mental Health Clinically Designated Interventionist I returned to 4 years of Nursing school. Now, 10 years later, my professional focus has shifted but not my ‘go to’ resource! Medscape has remained an invaluable resource for both maintaining CEU as well as cogent and valuable contemporary research articles. Research presentations are so well vetted that they can be shared with colleagues as well as patient/clients. Thanks Medscape for being a long term friend
  • Nov 10, 2021

    By Lynn Grauke
    Dear Yolanda. Had the same "network problem ". Uninstalled then reinstalled the app. Fixed it.
  • Repeat Crashes since recent update Sep 20, 2020

    By susanin1111
    Obviously excellent resource of concise medical information that is useful in my daily clinical practice. However, since the most recent update, the app repeatedly crashes when scrolling through an article. Needs prompt fixing.
  • Dec 31, 2020

    By QUADE PRESCOTT
    Great app for continuing education(CEUs). There is one fix that is needed ASAP for the continuing education section: when a course is completed and evaluation done there is only a link to the activity tracker, but no way to get back to either the main home page or to education section. Please add a button/link to allow seamless transition with this. Also, add an option to change text size within the app for the visually impaired. Thanks! 👍
  • I want to be clear May 11, 2019

    By AndrewLinares
    I am like this app a lot, but there are some things that are holding me back from using it daily. In my previous review I mentioned that there was no way to send articles via text message and there was no way to save articles for later. A developer responded that there was a way to save articles for later, which is true except in certain circumstances. If you search for an article or click on any article after opening the app, you can save it for later. However, if you get push notification about a story that you might like and you click on it, it does not give you the option to save it for later. I would use this app much more frequently if these two features were in it. I currently almost don’t use it at all because I can’t share through text message. Other than that it’s a great resource and I hope it continues to improve in the future
  • Sep 12, 2021

    By Khalid Hatem
    Dear medscape team please fix App unusable any more. Message keep showing "a network connection is required to perform necessary updates" on the home screen, although i have a strong internet connection, my other phone showing this also. This message is preventing any interaction with app. Thanks
  • Feb 6, 2019

    By Joe Carney
    there is a problem with the "news" section: when trying to read an article, I get an "Internet connection required " message, while connected by wifi. This occurs on different router networks and persist after deleting/reinstalling the app. Phone is Galaxy 5 SM G900V running Android 6.0.1. This didn't use to occur- has been a couple months now.
  • Nov 8, 2019

    By Kim Dorris
    Too many ads in recent update. There is an ad every 2-3 sentences. Ridiculous. Reply to developer: Was looking at conditions not drugs. That was so long ago I don't remember which one's. I do recall having an ad every 1-2 paragraphs. No exaggeration.
  • iPad OS Multitasking Support Oct 18, 2019

    By Erniedr
    Love the app. Use it to use as a reference when researching a topic or simply refreshing information during my clinical rotations. Specially like the ability to have the database offline. Sadly can’t have the app run side by side another app. This would be so useful as I could be taking notes on one side of the screen and reading Medscape on the other. Hope this feature gets added in the near future.
  • Nov 5, 2021

    By Yolonda Chapman
    Lately it's been saying, "A network error has occurred. Please try again." There is nothing wrong with my network. The app is the problem."
  • Ads have become completely intrusive. Aug 21, 2018

    By Dudeepic
    I used Medscape throughout medical school and it quickly became my go to resource. I’ve used essentially ever major medical app and this was hands down my favorite. Now the app will not allow a section of text to be ad free. I’ll scroll down while reading and a new ad will insert itself between the text. This is exceptionally distracting and interrupts reading. Why can’t they just keep the ad banners down at the bottom? There is already one there anyway? I probably will be uninstalling Medscape, which is very disheartening because I’ve been using it for so long. In their quest for ad space they have lost someone to advertise to, and I’ve lost a great resource. There’s no winners in this scenario. It was a good run while it lasted and I’ll always be appreciative towards the app, but I can no longer support it.
  • Usefulness of the app has suffered greatly Jan 6, 2019

    By 2buyRnot2buy
    1. The app has been valuable because of accurate and extensive information. But the app cannot be used efficiently with the presence of excessive and advertising. 2. The app presented valuable information quickly to both lay users and medical professionals. With the hands, the app seems unprofessional and could easily be taken by Lee persons as a website primarily intended to sell medical products. You have greatly cheapens the app. 3. If you need to monetize the app, then consider an ad free version that professionals in the interested lake people could pay a reasonable fee for as an in app purchase.
  • Recent updates Mar 31, 2021

    By izzl
    I have used Medscape since prior to 1998. I have taken advantage of the Ceu’s for several specialties I am involved with. Always satisfied. The update I was almost forced to to perform turned this site into a chaotic fiasco that prevented me from obtaining infomation by constantly changing the page into a whole page advertisement that blocked out the info I had needed as well as jugling constantly. I took app off my computer. I am attempting to replace app and will give it another try. Over 20 years without problems. Whats happened? Mary C. Scarboro
  • A bit of bug maintenance overdue Jul 6, 2019

    By snoo-snee
    I tapped on developer support instead of writing a review because reviews are sometimes unfair, but the link didn’t work. The reason I am trying to reach the developer is because the notifications are currently worthless. When you click them and it brings you to the MEDSCAPE app, it never brings you to the story/info from the notification. Those notifications are what interest the readers and remind that the MEDSCAPE app exists and they. have been broken for quite a while.
  • The ADS! Hate it! Oct 4, 2017

    By PAjazzyJeff
    Edit: Still can’t deal with the ads, now it’s on the bottom of the green and five times randomly in the text. I don’t use Medscape as frequently as I used to but it still remains an annoyance. Once again, I’d pay for an ad free experience. I love Medscape and I use it daily but I cannot deal with the ads anymore. They are intrusive and so irritating. I'll gladly pay a fee to use this app without the ads. It's taking me a lot longer to find the info I need in a hurry because of these adverts. Won't someone think of the healthcare professionals??
  • Sep 26, 2020

    By Ben Smith
    This app was invaluable during medical school and internship, but recently the amount of ads makes it nearly unusable. There are more ads on the page than script. I would gladly pay a subscription to avoid the ads, but instead it appears I will not be using this app and will be searching for something better.
  • Nov 12, 2021

    By Kanyka Hargett
    What's wrong with Medscape? Lately when I open it, it shows "a network error occured, please try again". It's certainly not on my end. Please fix it.
  • Nov 13, 2021

    By Shelby Manor
    Was a helpful app... after update it keep saying there's a "network error" and is unusable
  • Aug 20, 2021

    By Clifford D Meadows
    No longer works. I used it extensively and even deleted and reinstalled to NO avail. Only states in a white box: Update Required A Network Connection is required to perform necessary updates. You cannot access this app at all. Please fix this. Thank you so much.
  • Aug 27, 2021

    By John Tessarzik
    "Service Unavailable"???? Nothing like completing a CE course from an email that launches the app - only to get a "service unavailable" message as soon as you submit the CE questions!! Received a response asking if I am using the "Medscape CME app or the core Medcape app.". Apparently I should be using the CME app however I cannot find any app other than the "core" Medscape app on Google Play.
  • Nov 28, 2021

    By Toni Gray
    Won't run at all if you have any sort of ad block or ad management programs on your phone.
  • Jul 24, 2021

    By matt soma
    Stop the emails! Please stop sending me these emails. Please. Unsubscribing doesn't work. Emailing you doesn't work. Just stop. This is the only app I've ever installed that I've regretted because after 5 years I'm still getting emails.
  • Ads make it very annoying! Oct 25, 2017

    By MD Mauri
    I first downloaded Medscape when I was a medical student. I have used it many times in the past, but now I tend to open the app as a last resource. Why? Because of the annoying ads! I’m thinking about paying an uptodate subscription and say farewell to MedScape for good if they don’t remove the ads. We are medical professionals seeking information for the good of our patients, not to pass the time because we are bored. I hope that clarifies my disappointment and reminds you of the purpose of this app and any other source of medical information. At least come with a solution like an advertisement-free version that is not free...
  • Apr 15, 2021

    By Darren Leavitt
    The ads in this app make it completely useless! They take up the complete screen and I can't view the information. There is no way to close the ad as well. I was using this a lot until these ads appeared. If this is not fixed I will look elsewhere. I understand ads bring in needed revenue, but the execution of the ads is horrible. Fix the ads and it is 5/5, otherwise it's a zero.
  • Best days are in the past Apr 6, 2021

    By DrJNT
    Medscape was once one of my favorite apps, so much information at the touch of a finger. Extremely informative and useful in the clinical setting. Now it has been plagiarized with nonstop adverts worse than any clickbait website online. It is literally impossible to get through one paragraph of an article, use one tool, read one recommendation without an ad appearing an replacing the text. I get the point of adverts, and I understand the app is free...but balance is something that so desperately needs to be established between advertisers and consumers. Until then...count me out.
  • Jul 2, 2019

    By Dona Kinsman
    used to be great, now non-functional. After the update I cant even use the app, it bugs out saying I need a network connection to install necessary updates. Hello there, this is me, leaving a review, while being connected to a network connection now and forever.

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