Nike app users report various issues including login problems, difficulty in entering birthdate, Apple Pay errors, stock unavailability, lack of dark mode & iPad support, poor customer service, code verification failures, limited customization options, no delivery to Puerto Rico, suspicion of bots, undelivered orders, difficulty in copping drops, app glitches, removal of Nike pass QR code feature, late delivery by FedEx, limited shoe selection, inability to add pass to Apple Wallet, update issues, frequent login failures, wasted time due to animations, positive feedback on app features and promotions, inability to add items to bag, compatibility issues with older system versions, notification badge inaccuracies, and privacy concerns.Best for
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Can’t cop drops
App glitches. Pages freeze just to take l’s
The app is great but can’t add my pass to my apple wallet for some reason like advertised.
I go to the app, writes that I need to update it, I go to the App Store, but there is no update
I’ve tried to sign in to the app for a couple months now and every time I put sign in info in it takes me back to original sign in.
Wasted so much of my time showing dumb animations, wasted my time so much I deleted the app. Mad.
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