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I've been a NYT subscriber for over 20 years and I love it! It always made my day seeing the NYT in my driveway, especially on Sunday. After moving to the country I had to start using the digital edition and it's really, really great. This last update and new app could use a few tweaks. I do enjoy the layout and it's esthetically very enjoyable. And the ads, no big deal! You have ads in all print newspapers and magazines that you pay for, so what's the issue? They're not interfering with the stories so I'm fine with it. What I do not like is the fact you can't add or move more of your favorite sections to the top column like before. You can only move like 5 or 6 now. Really wish you'd correct that please. But other than that I still really enjoy it and will continue to subscribe. Thank you!
It took the Times a while to fix all the problems with the new app, but now it is excellent. They have remedied all the issues I identified in my initial review. Thanks for listening. The app now mirrors the excellent layout used in the web page version. —- The Times thinks this is an improvement? They would be sadly mistaken. I subscribe to the Times to read journalism. The new app blows up photos so that less content appears on the main page. On the old app, I can scroll through the entire paper and pick out the most interesting articles by section, just as if I were reading the physical paper. Now just a fraction are on the main page and they are completely disorganized. Please don't phase out the old app. The new one reminds me of New Coke.
I’m not one for sitting down and reading the news. I’ve probably only picked up a newspaper maybe a good 15 times in my life, and I’ve always felt that watching TV news was always so biased depending on the channel you indulged in. The New York Times app (most particularly their podcasts) offers unbiased, factual accounts of the most relevant news you need to keep to date in. It’s like I get my own personal memo from them every morning of the world’s most relevant news. I can truly say that this app is for the millennial that wants to keep informed. Knowledge is power! So thanks, New York Times, for giving us power on a daily basis 👊🏻 So turn on those app notifications, and get your daily dose of power!