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Regular resetting is a problem
I would like to ask if you can incorporate a user-friendly feature in an upcoming update. I get endlessly frustrated by the fact that the app seems unable to "save my place" when I'm in the middle of reading and, say, set my phone down for a couple of minutes or move to another app for some reason. The app will take me out of my article and then back to the home page regardless of whether I have it set to "refresh automatically." I then have to go and find the article again and find my place again, an unnecessarily laborious process when other news apps (e.g. Guardian) don't close the book and leave you to find your place again from scratch. The bookmark feature I find useful if I want to save an article or set of articles for later, but not when I'm just working through a section in the day's paper. Even if I bookmarked every article as I read it, I'd still have to navigate to the saved articles section from the top stories page every time I was unexpectedly interrupted.
I hope you can do something about this, as this is the only thing I can complain about with this app, but it's something that I find intensely aggravating.
1 minor niggle:
I have no quarrel with the journalism, but I do have one with the app itself, and it's this: if you minimise it (not to be confused with swiping it away completely) whilst reading an article to do further research, for example, normally requiring a little bit of time, the app decides to send you straight back to the home page as if you had just opened it up for the first time.
Despite this minor niggle, I adore the journalism - quite unparalleled in the U.K. - and the overall design of the app is stupendous, with fine font and clear wording.
I am a subscriber and have made this suggestion in the past as well but seems like your team doesn't care.
Why cannot we have an app that integrates with the iOS native email app or any other email apps? The daily email newsletter I receive should take me to the APP which you have developed than the website. You should wither implement this or NOT tell the user to download your app which is a very well-designed app otherwise. Until you do this, I am saying ciao to my subscription of two years with you.
- Category: News
- Updated: 05 October 2016
- Version: 5.12
- Size: 64.6 MB
- Apple Watch: Yes
- Language: English
- Developer: The New York Times Company (iDP)
- © 2016, The New York Times Company
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
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