TechCrunch Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
TechCrunch is an American online publisher focusing on the tech industry. The company specifically reports on the business related to tech, technology news, analysis of emerging trends in tech, and profiling of new tech businesses and products. It was one of the earliest publications to report extensively on tech startups and funding. TechCrunch was founded in June 2005 by Archimedes Ventures, led by partners Michael Arrington and Keith Teare. In 2010, AOL acquired the company for approximately $25 million.
TechCrunch app search feature doesn't work and the experience is irritating, Deepak Doguparti wrote a 1 star review on play.google.com.
"The search feature doesn't work with very simple and basic keywords like Facebook or Whatsapp. This is very irritating as the user is unable to read some specific news which they want to."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"In order further delivery of online advertising and tracking cookies for it's parent company AOL (now "Oath"), TechCrunch mostly publishes thinly veiled press releases from tech companies and startups as "news" via a vintage website and campy events. Several employees struggle to make improvements to the many obvious and embarrassing shortcomings of the company, only to be let go as soon as the ignorant and self-serving, management notices."
Joe says"Now its media slandering news platform not tech site"
Andrew Martin says"Techcrunch used to be the go-to source for tech news. It’s fallen from grace and just an average tech site now."