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What's New in Version 4.5.3
Fixes an issue with display on the iPhone
I "like" The New Yorker on my FB page try to click and access individual articles from there. I repeatedly get tossed to a screen saying I've "used up" all my free articles for the week and I must subscribe or log in. I've been a subscriber to The New Yorker since my college days!!! Called their customer service who walked me thru the steps to be sure I was registered right; I was. We repeated the access sequence more than four times to no avail. Couldn't identify the problem: was it Safari's fault? The New Yorker's? She simply couldn't help me and I simply couldn't remember which article I wanted to access at that point! I will note that once the magazine appeared on my screen, the same ad appeared on top of it, only to dissolve to the "no access" obstacle every time. A pox on the digital world!
Am I missing something or is this useless?
One would think that the purpose of an iPhone app for the New Yorker would be to be able to read the New Yorkers content on mobile device. And yet there is no way to search for content among the magazines archives, nor does it recognize that I am a subscriber and give me access to individual issues. It says I am signed in, my account number has been registered for digital access, and yet each issue still has only a button to "buy issue." Isn't the point of the app to give you mobile access to the magazine for which you dutifully subscribe? This is such a basic concept, it's hard to see why the New Yorker wouldn't create an interface that is more like the online one. Though that one is seriously flawed also. Man, make it simple!
Impossible to cancel subscription
You cannot cancel your iTunes New Yorker subscription through the New Yorker normal subscription channels. I have a recurring monthly billed subscription and cannot find a a way to get out of it. Also, the Terms of Agreement window in iTunes to read and accept before purchasing CANNOT BE CUT-AND-PASTE from the window. Therefore you cannot keep a copy of the agreement! AND, the fine print says that if they can’t bill your credit card because the account is closed, they accrue charges and charge 1.5% interest until you pay up in full. I am not requesting a replacement credit card to stop the charges and will have to dispute this through my credit card company in order to get unsubscribed. I wish I never had subscribed.
- Category: News
- Updated: Nov 05, 2014
- Version: 4.5.3
- Size: 11.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: CondeNet
- © 2014 Condé Nast
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
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