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• Breaking news alerts: Get notified of major developing stories, and tailor alerts to topics of interest
• Morning briefings: Start your day with a tip sheet compiled by Times journalists
• Save articles to read later on any of your devices
• Today widget: Top headlines are always just a swipe away
• Pick up where you left off on another device with Handoff
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• Exclusive videos and award-winning photography
• Customize your list of favorite sections and blogs
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• 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.
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What's New in Version 5.12
Introducing The Daily 360: Times journalists around the world bring you a new 360 video every day.
360 videos offer a new way to experience the journalism of The New York Times. These immersive videos put you at the center of the scene, allowing you to look left, right, up, down and behind you.
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What's the Point of NYT's Widget?
Unlike some other reviewers I have great regard for the Times, and have been a subscriber for decades. The app is quite good, but I've only given it 4 stars, not only because the functionality of its widget makes no sense, but for the poor 'customer service' I received when I brought the problem with it to the NYT's attention. Problem: the widget does not refresh itself (unlike any of the other news app widgets I use). The only way it gets refreshed is if you open the NYT's app itself. Seems to me that the Times has it backwards; an automatically refreshing widget should lead me to opening the app, not the other way around. After all, if I've opened the app and reviewed it for the latest news the widget doesn't add anything, and it no longer matters if it's been updated. And since it won't update itself again unless and until I open the app again, what's the point of having it?
And the 'customer service'? Days after I raised the issue directly with the NYT (as it asks that we do <before> bringing it up in a review) I got a vague response suggesting that the problem had been addressed.
It hadn't. So much for 'customer service'.
Since the technology is obviously out there, why can't (or won't) the Times implement it?
Telling a customer that the problem has been corrected when it hasn't will not do.
Manipulation, not news
What happened?! The New York Times was once the newspaper of the world, relied upon for the best journalism in just about any category. Now, the paper and almost all of its content is a burning heap of useless, leftist, biased propaganda. This is the greatest journalistic tragedy in history, akin to someone burning down the Vatican, setting fire to the constitution, or the shock of 9/11. Why is liberal perspective over-running our media? Is our nation cursed with greedy media-elites catering to whoever is in power? Must we contend with those bent upon pulling the levers of social change because of profiteering? We have no free press anymore--only politically biased media magnates--and the New York Times is the perfect example of this 'Epic Fail'. I pray for the return of small town journalism, authentic writing that captures both sides of the story, and the return of truth in reporting. If you want drivel, then download this app and go to sleep. Stop thinking for yourself America, and feast upon her Marxism. Dine upon her leftist caviar. Turn over your faith, independence, strength, and spirit and be lulled into the trappings of the welfare state. This is the 21st Century facade of reporting and the Neo-political journalism offered by the New York Times. Where are the young writers who see through the fog of politics and cut to the heart what matters to American citizens, rather than those in power? Alas, they are not here.
By far still the best news source regardless.
NY times leads the way in journalism and journalistic story telling. They push the envelope and support their team. They give well thought out and well researched stories. Yes, this current election surprised everyone but regardless of where everyone in journalism faltered the times continues to provide excellent journalism across the full spectrum of News, Art, Politics, Science, travel, etc. China just banned The NY Times app from Apple Store!!! Obviously that country has something to be worried about. Do we? I purchased a new digital subscription because we need to support more journalistic integrity in this day and age. We need more stories and journalist questions and demanding answers from the coming Trump administration. NY Times is the gold standard and I support them. I do not want to think of a world with out journalist doing exactly what the the Times does daily. Thank you NY Times. Now let me play the crossword puzzle on the app!
- Category: News
- Updated: Oct 05, 2016
- Version: 5.12
- Size: 64.6 MB
- Apple Watch: Yes
- Language: English
- Seller: 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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