Does not work with iPhone iOS 11
Does not work with iPhone iOS 11
I love this app, but I can no longer use it because it hasn’t been updated in so long! It’s no longer compatible with my phone! Please update this app so that I may continue to enjoy it. Thank you!
Needs updating to be compatible with iOS 11
Please update to work with iOS 11
Needs to be updated for iOS 11
This app needs to be updated and doesn’t currently work. Please update!
This app appears to be abandoned. ☹️
It no longer works on iOS 11. :-(
I noticed it is not working for iPhone iOS 11. Please upgrade!
App won’t work with the latest version of iOS. Please update. I enjoy this app otherwise.
This app appears to have been abandoned because it has not been updated to run on iOS 11.
Needs updating to work
Great to have this on your person at all times. Waiting for an iOS 11 update!
Looks like the iPad version of this app is as just updated for iOS 11 but the iPhone version is still dead. Why isn’t this a universal app?
This is a nice app with good features including facts about the signers. Sadly the document itself has multiple errors in the transcription that seem small but have huge consequences to those who take the document seriously.
Has interesting information in the notes. Every American should have this app on their phone.
Keep up the good work. In Liberty, RJT
This app has brought together insight to such an important document of the American society. It is well articulated and easy to navigate, and the best part is that it's free!
The Declaration of Independence of the United States of America. What more needs to be said? As I stated with the Constitution app, I am glad this is a free product, as everyone should be at least familiar with the Declaration of Independence, even if much of its wording is sometimes difficult to follow. Granted, it probably isn't a high priority app for most people to get, but it's definitely very well-done and does more than just present the text of the document.
I used this app to help me in cit in the nation. Helpful! One closer to star rank!
I needed to know some of the declaration of independence so I looked it up and it works great. Better yet I can us me cell in class because of reading it!!!
I've read all the documents that are important and this one is always been my favorite
National Treasure made me get this app LOL. The only thing is if you could control the zoom to see the text better. Other than that I love this app :)
Carrying around a mobile version of the Declaration of Independence, along with the Constitution (another app by the same developer), is great and this app makes it easy to read/navigate. Included are notes that detail some of the events that took place during the Constitutional Convention.
I found this out from my family that I am a direct descendant of Abraham Clark's brother. I don't know but I think that's pretty cool!!
Very good app to help Americans learn about their history !
I've had this app and its sister, the one for the Constitution, basically since you guys created it. Very simple to use, well laid-out. Both very nice free apps and extremely useful in a pinch (it's happened to me more than once!). If I could give you a 4.5, I would-- the ONLY thing I would like to see is a "Layman's Terms" option. It's great to be able to see the real documents, as well as actually read them and get some historical background in the Notes section (and I agree with Samdad77 that the bios are a thoughtful touch), but sometimes slogging through legalese from the 1700s is difficult when trying to look up something quickly. I would suggest having a detailed "translation," if you will, of the exact text as well as an abridged version for quick browsing. Overall, however, I find both apps very useful and tastefully designed. Well done :)
The signers bios are a great touch.
Thank you for making this app. free! Everyone should have this on their phone!
The app is pretty good, overall love that I have the entire document in my pocket. But NEEDS A WAY FOR U TO ZOOM IN ON THE ORIGINAL AND REVISED DOCUMENT!!! Was kinda upset that I couldn't do that. But it's really good overall (just fix that).
Its so cool to view it and stuff and one of my antsistors put there name on it
Some good information and you get some history of the signees. Only 4 stars because, and I'm being picky, is that nothing would be better than reading the origial document rather than standard text but without zoom it's not possible. Still nice to see the original in all it's glory.
I love God, classic rock and Glenn beck also Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu. "Have you no shame? Have you no decency?" that was an incredible speech and shame on you Iran, you will get what you deserve in due time. Rock on :)
Get it. Everyone should have the Declaration of Independance with them. To have the luxury now of having it with us on our iPhones is just another reason the iPhone is the genius electronic product of the decade...
Washington needs to study this. Maybe they will all learn something that they've seemed to have forgotten.
It is simply great to know that there was a time in this nation's history that people understood properly the meaning to liberty, freedom, justice etc. Today, I can scarcly find one soul in 500 who actually has more concern about what congress is cooking with this national energy tax aka cap and trade and this health care reform bill. These two acts of congress, if pAssed and signed by Obama, will negate much of what was fought for some 230 years ago.
It's good to read every now and then for perspective. Great to have on the iPhone in case any British people you know feel compelled to tell you their opinions about US politics.
This is a document that every American citizen should read. Making it easy to access will encourage more people to look at it.
God bless the US and God bless Clint Bagwell Consulting! Thank you so much! And thank you for creating an application that allows us to reacquaint ourselves with our rights (which we all badly need) and for not even charging us for your good, hard work. Again, may God bless you and may God bless the United States of America!
Great App, like someone said, should be included as a default on all USA sold Iphones&Ipod Touch's. And hey, it's free so why not get it? :)
I know everyone loves a Free App. But if any app deserved to be free, it's this one. Thank you for not charging Americans the right to see their rights!
You know how fifth grade teachers normaly teach United States history? Well I showed this app to my fifth grade teacher from last year, and she was so "proud" of me that she gave me a box full of Jolly Ranchers!
The Declaration has a lot more history than some people realize; - The first, largest, and most famous signature is that of John Hancock, President of the Continental Congress. His signature is such that King George 3 could read the name without the aid of glasses. - The youngest signer was Edward Rutledge of South Carolina(age 26). Benjamin Franklin of Pennsylvania(age 70) was the oldest. - Two future presidents signed: John Adams (second President) and Thomas Jefferson (third President). - On June 11, 1776, Congress appointed a "Committee of Five", consisting of John Adams of Massachusetts, Benjamin Franklin of Pennsylvania, Thomas Jefferson of Virginia, Robert R. Livingston of New York, and Roger Sherman of Connecticut, to draft a declaration. - Thomas Jefferson was appointed by the other four members of the committee to write the first draft, which he completed in 17 days. - The committee presented this copy to the Congress on June 28, 1776. The title of the document was "A Declaration by the Representatives of the United States of America, in General Congress assembled." - July 4, 1776, is actually the day the wording of the Declaration was approved by Congress. - Due to the Revolutionary war the document was signed individually and in secrecy. - Thomas Jefferson and John Adams published a book titled the “Journals of Congress” claiming the document was signed on that same day. - The “Journals of Congress” was published over a year later recounting the events of July 4, 1776 - In 1796, signer Thomas McKean disputed the claim that the Declaration had been signed on July 4, pointing out that some signers were not present that day, including several who were not even elected to Congress until after July 4. - McKean's version of the story gained support when the Secret Journals of Congress were published in 1821 - The actual signing of the Declaration took place after the New York delegation had been given permission to support independence, which allowed the Declaration to be proclaimed as the unanimous decision of the thirteen states. - Retitled on July 19, 1776 as "The unanimous declaration of the thirteen United States of America" - Most of the delegates who signed did so on August 2, 1776, although some eventual signers were not present and added their names later.
Should be included by default on all US sold iPhone
I have all the company's applications, both free and pay, and thank them for providing these important documents in a good format and at a low price.