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Topic # 82901 7-May-2011 09:16
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Looks like its officially released. http://www.stuff.co.nz/ top right of the page and in the market.

Edit: Or maybe I just didnt notice it before on Stuff?

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  Reply # 466400 7-May-2011 09:36
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It's been out for just under the month on the market I think, I've had it since mid April. Maybe they wanted a few people to use it before they began publicising it. It's a nice app, my preferred news app - Although everyone has differing opinions.

Haven't noticed that little ad for it on the website before, but then it's hardly the first place I look on stuff. 

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  Reply # 466411 7-May-2011 10:43
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I'd be interested to hear any feedback as to whether the Android version is buggy and crashy. The iOS version is basically unusable.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 466424 7-May-2011 11:38
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  Reply # 466448 7-May-2011 12:43
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Why call it i.stuff? Why not the usual m.stuff? m= mobile. Anyway very pleased stuff is finally available from from phone.




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  Reply # 466451 7-May-2011 12:50
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Forget I piped up. I'm way behind the times. Went to the other thread. Didn't know you could now view stuff from the phone but they've also got an app. Back I go to my dark corner for another nap ;)




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  Reply # 466453 7-May-2011 12:55
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I used to use Stuff and the m.stuffsite worked well on my browser without any need for an app.  I now use the nzherald site it seems to be a much better site for news etc and it works very well on my browser, plus no one is keeping tabs on me either.




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  Reply # 466472 7-May-2011 15:03
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Technofreak: I used to use Stuff and the m.stuffsite worked well on my browser without any need for an app.  I now use the nzherald site it seems to be a much better site for news etc and it works very well on my browser, plus no one is keeping tabs on me either.


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  Reply # 466489 7-May-2011 16:12
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Neets: Why call it i.stuff? Why not the usual m.stuff? m= mobile. Anyway very pleased stuff is finally available from from phone.


Because calling it m.stuff is not hip.  Don't you know it's i for everything these days.  Almost makes you want to puke doesn't it.




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  Reply # 466493 7-May-2011 16:23
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Technofreak:
Neets: Why call it i.stuff? Why not the usual m.stuff? m= mobile. Anyway very pleased stuff is finally available from from phone.


Because calling it m.stuff is not hip.  Don't you know it's i for everything these days.  Almost makes you want to puke doesn't it.


There is an m.stuff that just shows the headlines and the i.stuff adds a bit more content

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  Reply # 467075 9-May-2011 12:16
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There is an m.stuff that just shows the headlines and the i.stuff adds a bit more content


For some reason this bugs me to no end. It's not the only thing stuff.co.nz do that irks me. I think I should stop visiting.

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  Reply # 467115 9-May-2011 13:54
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Alasta The iOS version is basically unusable.


Really? Mines always been sweet, both the Stuff App and the iStuff

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  Reply # 467133 9-May-2011 14:59
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tdgeek: Alasta The iOS version is basically unusable.


Really? Mines always been sweet, both the Stuff App and the iStuff

Mine's pretty stable as well. Just ocassionally it forgets where it is and exits the app. I do agree the earliest versions were not that great, but all seems pretty good with it now.

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