The New York Times

The New York Times

  • Category: News
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  • Current Version: 6.6.4
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • Developer: The New York Times Company
  • Compatibility: Android
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The New York Times App

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 for $14.99 per month or $129.99 per year (save over 25%). Cancel anytime. • All Access - unlimited digital access, plus access to the NYT Crossword, NYT Cooking, and 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 $129.99 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. Prices shown are in U.S. dollars. Other restrictions apply.


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  • Unethical and Imbecilic 1/5

    By Langurss
    Sensationalized dopey opinions by unhinged moon-bats. Third-rate talent advances phony narrative to fulfill left-wing agenda. Written by idiots-for-idiots. Unpatriotic, foolish, dangerous & disgusting.
  • Getting Worse 2/5

    By West village
    Cant read most of the content offline! Used to be able to read most of it, not now. Please fix asap or you’ll loose another customer.
  • can’t stand the ads 1/5

    By chuzilla
    great paper. well organized. multimedia all flows very well. the ads on the page are so big i always hit it multiple times. even as a paid subscriber. ruins the experience.
  • Simple functions missing 3/5

    By international subscriber
    There used to be a section for recently viewed that I found very helpful. Where did it go?? The search function is very poor. Entering a search term will give you sometimes random results but not the obvious ones you are looking for. Other than that the app is very good.
  • Annoying ads ruin the reading experience 1/5

    By noname77
    I pay for a subscription, therefore I expect fewer ads than come with his app. It often shows the same ad over and over in a relatively short story. In short, it makes reading annoying and frustrating. Charge me more if you need to, but please give us an option to turn off the ads. NYT can do better.
  • Buggy 4/5

    By Wsquared2
    Latest update won't open to main page - instead, opens to center of text of an article. This is an expensive subscription, so please fix pronto. Update: fixed in the next update. Thanks for being responsive.
  • Strong content, limited app functions 4/5

    By Disappointed American
    NYT will always score points for journalism and content, but the app isn’t as cleanly organized and easy to navigate as it can be. One big miss: option to share an article in Chinese or any other language. The feature is available on its mobile and desktop versions but missing in its app. Also, no ads for paid subscribers please! It makes the interface unpleasant to use. I only read on the app if I have no other options. Ads are disruptive to a smooth user experience.
  • Bring back Today’s Paper App 3/5

    By NYorker208
    NY Times needs to restore app paralleling print version page format.
  • 1/2 Page Ads Ruin the Experience 1/5

    By Knot4Nuttin'
    Don’t get me wrong, I love the NY Times and am very willing to pay the subscription for great journalism. The experience of having 1/2 of the screen taken up by ads is extremely annoying and makes me want to scream. How many times do I need to scroll past slippers as I’m reading about chemical attacks in Syria. Ridiculous and demeans the quality of the publication. I’m all for supporting a quality profitable enterprise, but this makes me want to cancel my subscription and just get news from other sources. UPDATE: I’m just deleting the app. It’s horrible. 2/3 of pages are ads. Advise you just use the browser. If it weren’t for the content and my desire to pay for quality journalism, I’d be long gone.
  • Worst news app for study 1/5

    By AsougiRin
    Auto charge $4/mo while giving helpless research function. Im out.
  • Stand for journalism 5/5

    By Mike R NYC
    I have surfaced from the flood of social media and have shed my Facebooks in lieu of a selection reputable apps covering my concerns. NYT is my prominent source of real news and I gladly pay for their integrity.
  • Over priced, and Ads 1/5

    By Chauncyboi
    Why do I have to pay $15 a month for an ad filled newspaper? I also don’t enjoy the fact that they constantly give these low ball deals for like $5 a month. Again, why must I pay $15 for the service? I have paid the same amount for at least two years. I’m in my 20’s I’m not rich, plan on deleting soon. I get ads for revenue but maybe you should focus ads on the students you give free access to or people who pay $5 a month.
  • Freezes ALL the Time 1/5

    By HeyJudeJES
    It doesn’t matter how good the reporting is as long as it freezes constantly and requires me to shut it down and re-open. Sometimes it freezes every 5 minutes!!!
  • Best way to lose readers! 1/5

    By Suliko333777
    By trying maximize profit, and putting adds literally on top of the article I'm trying to read, you are making it the most annoying reading experience for me, and I'm sure for most people. So, don't ruin it for yourself! Make the experience in the platform pleasant, not vice versa. I think twice now, before opening the app bc I'm tired the ads, even tho I'm a paid member.
  • Love NYT HATE excessive ads!! 3/5

    By steve oc
    I am a faithful NYT reader and long time subscriber! I generally accessed the Times through their webpage until I got an iPhone SE with a tiny screen necessitating a streamlined interface. The app does this well, but I find the ads overwhelming. The same ad often appears 3-3 times within a given article (I understand you need to pay the bills somehow— maybe you could give subscribers a bit of a break). On the iPad I am returning to the browser in which I can block ads.
  • Opens to last article 1/5

    By NYCPrynne
    This version opens to last article read. Not the front page of the app. Quite buggy.
  • I would rather buy the physical paper 1/5

    By 2199058
    I bought the subscription for my phone thinking this would suffice across all my devices, why am I being metered and limited on the articles I read on my IPad app? This issue has nothing to do with the content or advertising... but everything to do with the way that subscriptions are managed In ITunes.
  • Does not work with academic pass 1/5

    By MDooley47
    You cannot use your academic pass with the app. This makes it more difficult to research current events in between classes.
  • Content still great. App experience terrible. 1/5

    By snadharn
    It’s the ads. The way they are intrusively laid out throughout articles, making it difficult to physically scroll the article without clicking on ads you haven’t even seen, pulling you out of the app and into Safari, sending your info to who knows what advertising network... I am planning to cancel my digital subscription until it’s been fixed.
  • Beware, Don't update this version! 1/5

    By Wogglepog
    I am a daily user (and subsciber) of the NYT app. It has been crashing more frequently in the past two weeks so I updated today, April 13. The app is now useless. It won't even open. I tried multiple times, then deleted and reloaded it. Same result. I have been forced to use the website to gain access. Please, dear programmers work on the basic functionality. There is so much great content and wonderful use of media (video, animation, graphics) BUT I can't even get the app to open on a late model iPad.
  • Love the paper, but... 2/5

    By $)489//
    I love the Times but I can’t finish it because it constantly closes. I gave up on the iPad app and went to the website, same thing. It's frustrating when you are paying for a subscription that you can’t use.
  • Latest update broke app 1/5

    By Cotadp
    Whenever I leave the app with an article open and come back the app won’t refresh with the latest news. I have to force close the app and then it will update. Also I miss the feature where the app downloads all the news in the background so I can read articles without a signal on the plane. If it’s still there it’s awful and rarely seems to work (status bar would be helpful).
  • Too sensitive … by design? 2/5

    By hollybegonia
    This has to be the most sensitive app online. If even one molecule of my skin touches an article, it opens and counts against my 10 free stories a month. Stuff I don’t even want to read!! Of course, when I want to close an ad anywhere online, I have to press the X about 12 times to make it go away. That’s by design, too, but I digress … Listen, NYTimes: If you don’t want to let me read anything for free, just admit it and stop playing this con game.
  • Where is today’s news... 1/5

    By Pnutski3
    Day after day the app shows me news I have already read. Where is an option to read today’s news, today’s front page?
  • Pay for ads 2/5

    By Maxfieldsphotography
    Paying for a subscription doesn’t seem to merit a pleasurable reading experience. NYT have littered their digital paper with intrusive advertisements, making the experience unenjoyable and distracting. Please, do away with these ads. You’ll surely make more money by creating a reader friendly edition of the paper. You catch more flys with honey.
  • More glitz, harder to scan and find news 2/5

    By Hc22213
    Bring back the previous version. This one is more difficult to navigate. Omits useful info. Even baseball scores/standings have been taken away.
  • Good read 1/5

    By ScottHamilton777
    There is no space for comment on your stories. I like to read other people’s opinion on the discussion, besides the author of the story. I hope you can improve your platform. Otherwise, good reading.
  • Too much. 1/5

    By OldSoldier1
    Too liberal. Constant conservative bashing. Right up the “resistance” alley. Unloading it.
  • Battery drain 3/5

    By saikos
    The app itself is fine and I'm not as bothered by ads as others seem to be (though I agree that they're out of place in a paid app). What bothers me is the massive drain on my battery that even thirty minutes of app usage causes. It's nearly a full percentage point a minute on my poor old iPhone SE.
  • Never saw the news again if I swipe right to the pop up news on locked screen 1/5

    By Jem Wong
    If you want to read the details of a news you saw when it popped up on your locked screen, DO NOT SWIPT RIGHT!! Because one you swipe right, it'll gone forever. You'll be lead to the app but the news is nowhere to find. Even Though you chose to Save It for Later, it won't be here. All you can read is the news title cut by the screen because of the words limit. If you are still interested, just google it.
  • Ads are so annoying 1/5

    By vinylbond
    Ads are seriously getting out of hand. Articles are full of disturbing ads placed everywhere, sometimes covering almost half of the page. I understand nytimes needs to place ads as a source of revenue. That’s alright. But do they really be as annoying? Do they really be as frequent? Do they really be as large? Can’t you do it like WSJ does? Though I love nytimes content, I am considering to cancel my subscription. And I likely will cancel soon.
  • Accidental ad clicks every time - way too sensitive 1/5

    By lanewinfield
    Every single time I use this app I'm accidentally tapping on ads, pulling me out of the app when I didn't mean to. Please, please fix this.
  • Poor performance 2/5

    By Karl Dreeves
    I have a current model iPad, and yet it is still impossible to scroll smoothly through an article on this app. The scrolling is laggy and jerky. This is a basic function—why can’t The NY Times get this right? Perhaps the issue is the huge number of ads embedded in each article.
  • Fire your product manager 3/5

    By idontwantanickname11
    I somehow wound up with version 3.x and the latest 6.x both installed on my iPad mini 2. The older version is SO much better. It focused on the content.
  • Move controls back to top 1/5

    By ric0349
    The recent update moved the done and share buttons to the bottom of the page. What idiot thought of this design. Recommend you move them back to the top.
  • Ads, no offline reading and doesn’t remember where articles were left 2/5

    By sjordi
    Sorry, But I just subscribed to the NYT expecting not to have ads. Ads are everywhere in articles. They can reply that I do have access to extra content that non-subscribers don’t, but sorry, no. Ads are for free articles for non-subscribers, not for subscribers, no matter the amount of the subscription. Also, it’s easy to mistakenly touch the back button while reading an article. If you get back to it, you’re at the top, not where you left it. Worst of all, no offline reading possible. If you’re in a plane or train without internet connection, well, you don’t read your newspaper. Even if it’s the most likely place where you would enjoy reading it. This is not serious. The NYT is an excellent newspaper, but the iPad app is totally amateurish. I’m canceling the subscription until they hire real developers.
  • My favorite app, but what happened to handoff??? 4/5

    By Eytan B
    I use this app by far more than any other one. Been there since 1.0, and continue to be impressed and amazed how well it has advanced. One of my FAVORITE features was when they had handoff, which allowed me to transition from my iPhone to my iPad to my Mac safari browser seamlessly. However, that has been missing for the last few months and I keep on looking and waiting for it to return. What happened to it? It is the one thing that keeps me from given my it 5 stars!
  • Great App and News Source W/ Some Faults 3/5

    By ATHill22
    I sub to the NYT to get my daily news and information and I’ve cut out news updates on Facebook, Twitter and other social media and breaking news sources. By waiting to read the news until it’s published in the NYT I feel much better informed on the happenings internationally and at home. As a news source, the NYT is excellent. Into the actual app review. The app works really well on my iPhone and iPad running iOS 11.3. Everything loads quickly and I love the auto download feature for new content, especially when I am traveling. However, the downside is that there are ads all over the app and digital versions of the NYT. I pay a monthly fee to access their content and I don’t like that I still have to see these ads. 5/5 stars for content 5/5 stars for the interface and overall functionality of the app 2/5 for ads all over the place. Reading on my iPhone can be cumbersome because the ad will take up the whole screen at times. It isn’t as noticeable on my iPad. I’d probably give it 5 stars if it weren’t for the ads everywhere.
  • Storage eater 1/5

    By DthanB
    Took up 3 gigabytes of space with no option to clear the data but keep the app. No option to set a max size either. Had to delete the app.
  • Great app, but destroys my battery and adds are pushing it 3/5

    By Usernames are Stupid
    Ate 49% of my battery with 1 hour on screen and 10 min off. Otherwise great app, but the adds shouldn’t move at all, given that I already pay, I feel they should be less annoying.
  • Newspaper ? 1/5

    By HBones36
    I recently subscribed to The NY Times app. What a disappointment. I thought I was getting a digital version of the newspaper. Not even close. I want to see stories about the important things going on now, today. But most of the app’s stories are human interest pieces and most of them are 2 or 3 days old. What kind of “news” is that? Had to cancel the subscription. Thank goodness the Washington Post app is a “real” newspaper with important, timely reporting.
  • Love the morning & evening briefing 4/5

    By merheylie
    I’m a fairly new subscriber - wanted to support real journalism and stop getting news via FB. I found the morning and evening briefing invaluable and satisfying for getting a quick look at top stories. Can’t find it today though?
  • Fake news 1/5

    By Michael773737
    Not a surprise your app is rated bad.
  • Great journalism obscured by ads 1/5

    By swallowcalcs
    Paid accounts now covered in ads—cheapens the entire experience of reading the times. Please revert to the old app.
  • Don’t mind the ads too much, but... 3/5

    By DocRevolt
    I’ve had a persistent issue with the app crashing maybe one out of every three times that I open an article notification. It’s frustrating, because it takes ages to find the article that the notification was directing me to. Not sure what’s causing this stability issue, but it seriously hinders my ability to enjoy this great newspaper.
  • NEW CRASHING PROBLEM. Deletes your sections! Drag probs. Intrusive ads! 1/5

    By AstroPaul
    OVERVIEW Message to the Developers: Whenever I return to the app, it doesn't remember where I last was. Instead, it scrolls back to the top of the page! We'd like to pick up where we last left off. ANOTHER BIG PROBLEM Why does your app use *background* battery power -- and lots of it -- when Background App Refresh is turned off -- both for the app and in general?! Please fix that! MISSING LINK Also, please provide a link to support here on iTunes! Your link goes to your web page promoting the app, but we already have it! We want to provide feedback to you and get support! FULL REVIEW FOLLOWS Please fix the problems noted! ——————————- February 15, 2018 Tried this again and most of the problems are still here! Install the new version and it discards ALL of your carefully organized sections and settings. It replaces your classic iPhone version, too! That’s bad design and bad form. The rotating, moving ads remain a major irritation. They are a visual distraction — who clicks on them, anyway, except inadvertently?! Plus, we've bought a subscription, so we shouldn't have to see them. Turn OFF the intrusive ads! The shift to photos and skeuomorphic newspaper layout is still a bad one. Too busy and takes up too much room. We should have the option to use the iPhone app or layout — one column of stories and headlines, not side-by-side. One tip: To get it closer to the classic iPhone app, make the font size much bigger —that reduces the # of stories and headlines displayed at a time. That still does not solve another issue, that the sections keep scrolling one after another, without end. The older design made more sense and was more usable — the only stories shown for a section are for that section and it comes to an end. Here, too, give us an option to return to the old, better way of doing things! MAJOR NEW PROBLEMS The drop down menu of sections doesn’t work properly! Tap on a section name and it goes to that section, but with the first set of headlines and blurbs cut off! THEY ALSO RUINED THE MINI-CROSSWORD PUZZLE! The clues are now rendered in too small a font — cannot read them easily. The puzzle itself, though, has HUGE SQUARES! It's all ridiculous looking. The developers should be embarrassed. The puzzle is now essentially unusable. Also, because the newspapers sections now scroll, one right after another, the crossword is no longer at the bottom of the screen, where one could easily slide to! Their new ad serving broke the classic iPhone app, too, forcing users to upgrade to this poor version! Every now and then, the classic app gets into a never-ending cycle trying to load an ad into a new screen, even if one hasn't clicked on an ad! Again, that’s bad design and a disservice to long-time subscribers! ---------------------------------------------- August 6, 2017: Prior Review The latest update REPLACED the excellent NY Times *iPhone* version! That's not cricket! That version was superb on the iPad (clean look in 2x mode). It presented the articles in each section in a consistent, vertical headline list, making it easy to scroll through and locate ones of interest. Alas, the replacement uses a pseudo front-page, visual layout with different-sized photos and stories in different places, with ads scattered about. This skeumorphic display is distracting and makes it harder to use. It also has several problems, including relegating blogs to the back of the line! (See below.) It also messed up the font sizing -- comments are now much smaller than the articles and too small to read. Changing the size setting THEN makes the article too BIG! Default system font size also leaves the comments too small. As a result, we dug up our backup, deleted this version, and reinstalled the iPhone version on our iPad! July 26, 2017 The new version REMOVES your preferred section order! Knocking out users' previously -- and laboriously -- arranged sections is BAD programming! The drag-and-drop interface doesn't work properly, either! If you TRY to drag a section up to the top, it doesn't automatically scroll the list! Instead, it stalls and you have to do it in steps. Drop it at the top of the currently visible set of sections, scroll the entire list down manually, then find your section again, and restart the dragging! Yet, you can only move past a few sections at a time. You also can no longer hide sections, nor add ones that aren't in the list! Plus, blogs remain at the bottom-- always. Thus, if you want Paul Krugman's blog near the top of your sections, it can't be done! The old system of Edit, drag-and-drop, move, add, or hide sections, including blogs, worked wonderfully well. The pull-down menu interface is a weak one, in any event. Please provide an option for a tabbed bar of sections across the top as well as the pull-down menu. A tab bar is the fastest way of moving among sections. But the big problem remains the intrusive advertisements--appearing even for PAYING subscribers. The articles are now littered with ads; they have increased greatly in number and are large. Indeed, one often thinks the story has ended and may not realize that it continues below the "fold". Those of us who subscribe should NOT have to face ads--other newspapers (e.g., The Guardian) do NOT hit you with ads. Had restored a star, July 26, as they are TRYING! But it's back to 1 star, August 6, as the new version deleted the iPhone app.
  • Ads every 4 paragraphs for a paid subscription is excessive 1/5

    By woofcyn
    Way too many ads for a paid subscription! The ads are also repetitive and too large (the size of 1-2 paragraphs) and causes me to scroll more frequently. Also I can't adjust the line spacing; I'd like larger fonts, single spacing. Oddly the free version on Apple News doesn't have ads and is more legible. Keep it up and I will cancel my subscription.
  • Ad Overload 2/5

    By eyetwist
    Every article now appears with 5-6 display ads breaking up the text. Often, all the embedded ads are the same. Terrible experience for paying subscribers. I’m going to give it a go reading thru safari where I can run an ad blocker. If that experience is ok, I’ll be happy to delete the app.
  • Main stories page will not load completely 2/5

    By wearyprof
    This is quite annoying.
  • Mad 1/5

    By Jarginphlogger
    Hey, please fix your horrible app. Every time I open the app a really loud ad starts, which embarrasses me in quiet places and shuts off my music when I'm listening to it. I can't even listen to music while reading now because every single time I re load the app the ad starts again and the music shuts off then the cycle repeats. I pay good money for this subscription why do I need to be pestered by more poorly placed ads. Please fix immediately.

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