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The iPad app has changed - just search for Canvas and make sure 'iPad Only' is checked. The new, redesigned, app is much better and does show modules. I actually like it better than the website now as it has most, if not all, of the features from the website.
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Is this the most rugged (protective) case you have tried? Just ordered my N5 today and want a case ready for it as I am a big klutz and drop my phone constantly.
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+Bassam Ahmad Great find. Thanks for letting us know. 
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Just a comment: the Nexus 5 basically has the best mobile hardware money can buy.  The only thing it lacks is the extra 1GB of RAM that the Note 3 has, the camera isn't the best, and the battery could be improved.  The Nexus doesn't need the extra GB as it doesn't have the slew of memory hungry features that the Note 3 includes.  The camera can be improved to almost equal of most mobile cameras today with software updates.  The battery was the only thing I think Google slipped up on.  Going with a smaller model was a serious slip up in my opinion.
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+Marzio Masini They did, the app loads faster from the lock screen and snaps photos quicker too even in HDR plus mode... and its only going to get better with future updates.
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Stay AWAY. Far away. I have a lifetime alignment warranty with Firestone so I usually got it checked regularly back in Washington state. Those guys were honest and ran a good business. I moved here for school so thought I'd get it checked out before a drive to Idaho Falls. This Firestone refused to align them for me saying the struts were going out and forcing my tires out of alignment causing abnormal wear. They printed out a $900 quote right before Thanksgiving. I went to the North Les Schwab (by Golden Corral) and asked them to check out the struts. The nice gentleman there told me they were fine. I told him Firestone wouldn't align the tires because of the 'play' on the front struts. He assured me that all the struts looked nice and tight without any leaks. He did a free tire alignment check and told me they were all virtually in perfect alignment. Who to believe? The business trying to get my $900 or the one who refuses to replace them and take my money because they are fine? I am a poor college student. Thank you so much for trying to rip me off. Hopefully my review steers people away from this place! Trust me: no deal here is worth it.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I am editing my review. My 1 star still stands. My review in a nutshell: do NOT buy a phone from these guys. Their return/exchange policy is awful, awful, awful. I bought a white Galaxy S5 here. I was going to go to Costco as they were selling the S5 for $150 with a new contract. Costco is all across town so I thought I'd see if they would price match. They did, but they made it clear it was difficult to do and the store manager had to call her manager to approve (this should have set red flags off, but hindsight is 20/20 I guess). Before I purchased and signed the contract I verified their retrun/exchange policy to ensure I shouldn't just go to Costco. I was reassured that if I had issues with the phone they would replace it for me "no questions asked". Not even two days later I found dust caught inside the screen. When I took it back they made a huge stink about how it was a 'manufacturing defect' and that they weren't supposed to replace it and I was supposed to contact Samsung. I had to politely push for some time before the store manager would even agree to call her manager for approval. They did replace it for me but they made it clear it was a one time thing only and I would have to go through Samsung next time. A day or two later? I found a stuck pixel in the screen. Guess I am stuck with it as Samsung's support is quite bad. Just for anyone who manages or owns this store: your return policy has caused you to lose two phone sales. My family doesn't want to deal with your policies so they are going to take their business elsewhere and I regret ever giving you money. Best Buy has excellent policies on returns and exchanges. They have treated me right everytime and I feel comfortable purchasing from them. Their policy is really a no questions asked 14 day policy. If you have any issues they will exchange it and only want to know if they need to send the device back for repair or if they can sell it open box. Costco, whom these guys price matched, is a 90 day policy and they are notorious for impeccable service. I love Amazon's support and they are 30 days no questions asked. If you feel like working with me on this issue contact me.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Want the cliff notes without reading my whole, pretty wordy review? Then read just this: if you want to go somewhere that has poor customer service and tiny portion sizes with high prices go here. I used to go here all of the time. When I say all of the time I mean multiple times a week, sometimes multiple times a day. The workers knew me by order and name. I love the food. Why don't I go anymore you ask? Their portion sizes and customer service have deteriorated to the point it's not worth spending $7.50 a pop. It's pretty awful the way I was treated the last few times I have been there when you consider how much I have spent there since they opened. Time and time again the past few months I have felt devalued as a customer. I'm not alone, pretty much everyone I know that goes here, from friends to family to coworkers have a problem with their portion sizes and have noted the decline in customer service. The portion sizes have decreased time and time again over the past year. The helping of salad you actually get on your salad is pitiful – usually pretty far under the bottom lip of the container. When you ask for more they put a spoonful on and gladly charge you extra. My chicken salad never has more than 5 or 6 of the smallest pieces of chicken - I watch them hunt through the chicken to find the smallest pieces. The rice and beans helpings are also ridiculously small and inconsistent. There have been times I am given two mouthfuls (literally – took two small spoonfuls to eat the entire helping) and when I ask for more they charge me extra! This is on a $7.50 meal! The management obviously puts saving a few pennies over customer service and experience. Too bad and good job Costa, you have alienated a very regular customer!
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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If I could give 4.5 stars I would. My only two disappointments are that the hotel is far away from everything and they do not offer a shuttle to popular sites in Seattle. While the latter may seem like a small thing, it really is awesome to not have to worry about parking or driving in insane Seattle traffic. The hotel staff are about the most friendly I have ever met, the room feels high class, the price is right, and even the pull out bed is comfortable. I went with a couple of coworker buddies for a Mariners game and we all loved the room (I was stuck in the pullout bed which actually ended up being extremely comfortable). No complaints. It is even located right next to (3 minute walking distance) to a Trader Joe's and Qdoba Mexican Grill: family favorites when we visit the Seattle area. I was so impressed I am taking my family when we go to a Mariner's game next month. I will update after!
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago