The New York Times ios app

The New York Times

By The New York Times Company

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2008-07-11
  • Current Version: 6.3.1
  • File Size: 109.09 MB
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • Developer: The New York Times Company
  • Compatibility: IOS 9.0 or later.
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    3.5 220111

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Stay up to date wherever you go. Enjoy award-winning journalism with the NYT app for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Features: • News alerts: Get notified of major developing stories, and tailor alerts to topics of interest • Multitasking: on an iPad? Get caught up on the day’s headlines while also working in other apps • Morning & evening briefings: Start and end your day with a tip sheet compiled by Times journalists • The Daily 360: Watch a new 360 video every day from Times reporters around the world • Podcasts: Listen to audio series including The Daily and Modern Love • Save articles to read later on any of your devices • Customize your list of favorite sections and blogs • Exclusive videos and award-winning photography Apple Watch Features: • Catch up quickly by reading today's headlines. • Receive alerts when big news breaks. • Use Handoff to continue reading on your iPhone, or touch Save for Later to build a personal reading list. The NYT app is free to download, and all users can access a sampling of articles per month, from any section. Subscribers get full access to over 25 sections, plus unlimited access to, with a Times Digital Subscription. Subscribe now and your first week is free.* Digital Subscription Options: • Basic - unlimited digital access anytime, anywhere, on any device for $14.99 per month or $119.99 per year (save up to $5 per month). Cancel anytime. • All Access - unlimited digital access anytime, anywhere, on any device plus one bonus digital subscription for $24.99 per month. Cancel anytime. Your payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew each month or year 24-hours before the end of the current period, and your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Privacy Policy: Terms of Service: Questions Concerns? Please contact us at [email protected] or (800) 591-9233. We respond to every inquiry. * Promotional offers for new subscribers only. Not valid for Digital Access $119.99 per year subscription option. Smartphone and tablet apps are not supported on all devices. + Smartphone Apps, + Tablet Apps and Digital Access subscriptions do not include e-reader editions or The New York Times Crossword. Prices shown are in U.S. dollars. Other restrictions apply.

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The New York Times Reviews

  • New York CRIMES

    By zrxa
    App is very unorganized and put together horribly like the news network. These guys will lie about ANYTHING and they just laugh.
  • Now Sluggish and Slow

    By Mrlithe
    This app used to work great. One tap and it’d open instantly and it was easy to pop back to the front page. Now when you try to open it it just hangs on the T forever. Getting back to the main page is complicated and video ads keep popping up and auto playing without your consent. The update from this week is even worse as the app just freezes on articles. It went from great to terrible. Rethinking my subscription to the paper.
  • Battery eating Ads & narcissistic trivia

    By untempered
    “Entertainment” without substantiative in depth news from the world. A bubble protecting epilepsy-inducing Ads that one can barely avoid every other inch of reading space. Get eyeballs but not minds. Give me back some real writing and data without bias.
  • Impossible to create account!

    By Yo Whiteboy
    Between this app and the crossword app, I am simply trying to create a paid monthly account to get the crosswords. Not so easy! Total mess! Google login? Email? Apple ID? Don’t care, just need something to work. Literally says “error creating account” with no details. Ugh!
  • Hangs my iPhone 5 every time.

    By Jim7725
    For about a month the app hangs my iPhone while scrolling through the top stories. I have to force a restart.
  • Can’t even get it to install

    By Backwards K
    Update got about 60% through install and locked up. Restarted iPhone, same thing. Deleted app, restarted iPhone, tried a fresh download, hung at 60% for two days. Why am I paying a subscription for something I can’t use? WaPo, here I come. iPhone 7, iOS 11.2, 94+ GB available, FWIW
  • Makes my iPhone X hot

    By Minstermobster
    Every time I run this app my phone heats up. Doesn’t happen on the webpage. What are you doing nyt that uses this much CPU?
  • Only Libtard articles

    By Cakid88
    I know the app designer can’t fix stupid, I thought the NYT was a top notch newspaper, but with only a Libtard view they don’t have a clue.
  • Horrible update

    By Leathernmr
    The Times has created content that now looks like tabloids with all the ads. You only get a few lines of text in an article before running into another ad. It is distracting to the point that I have now largely switched reading the Washington Post much more often than the times. It is sad that the wonderful Times content is now almost completely unreadable with the distracting ads. I understand the need for them, but before this change, they were off to the side and more manageable. I’m close to dropping my NYT subscription.
  • Too many pictures

    By Legalbits
    The app for the iPad - the newest version - is a step backward from the older app. The new app has way too many pictures and looks more like a 21st century edition of the London Illustrated News of the 19th Century. Often the photographs add little or nothing to the story. It is too much like television, which must have pictures, rather than a News Paper that transmits hard information. Lately some photographs flash like an old black light disco for no discernible reason than to convey movement - like a neon light at a cheap diner flashing “Eat Here.” The photos take up so much room that one has to scroll several screens to see more than a few stories. The new look appears to have been designed by a 19 year old for a 16 year old audience. The older format was much better, easier to read, and not insulting.

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