Customers want to be updated. They want notifications on recent changes as well as new daily words. They’re furthermore somewhat annoyed with the apps poor and buggy UI and regard their premium version as too expensive and not worth the money.
Average grade: 3,79 / 5
Occurrence rate: 2%
Users are not notified about changes or new daily words. Some weren’t able to turn the notifications’ sound off as well. It correlates with “app functionality”.
Average grade: 4,15 / 5
Occurrence rate: 10%
The app is buggy, has a poor UI, and tends to run slow.
Average grade: 3,25 / 5
Occurrence rate: 1%
According to some, the premium version is too expensive and simply, not worth it.
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