Winner of worse app 1/5
By Game girl 2
I didn’t think anyone could make such mess of their on line presence. Congrats you did it!
Sign in process is the worst I’ve ever seen
UI is so pedestrian I thought I’d taken a trip back to 2003.
I won’t be renewing my subscription
Can't get iPad articles 2/5
By Dc ranch
I am extremely frustrated when I want to read an article in the New Yorker and constantly get that I have used up all my Free articles when I have a subscription for both my iPad and the magazine they mail to me....there is no excuse for this!!
I can’t use it in china,why?
BEWARE. Impossible to cancel!! Don’t Subscribe. 1/5
I subscribed to “New Yorker Today” app while waiting for my full 2-year paper subscription to begin. When that started up, I linked the paper and online accounts.
Guess what? New Yorker STILL charges me the $8.99 per month. And their support staff refuses to cancel and provide me with a refund for (so far) seven months of billing for the online digital online service which is supposedly included with the analog paper subscription.
New Yorker refers me to Apple Store to cancel. Impossible. Apple refers me to New Yorker. An airtight loop. No cancellation. No refund.
Great publication. Kleptocratic subscription trap. HELP..HELP!!
Great app, I've been using it for the past year and it's flawless. I'm very impressed!
Longtime fan but frustrated app user 1/5
By Avid Chicago reader
The app is unstable.
Frequently informs me that I am not a subscriber, which is fake information
Get a student from Bronx Science to resolve the difficulties with the long troubled app
Your problem might be that The New Yorker is overwhelming the app with too much content
The best 5/5
Love this app. So elegant and easy to use. Thank you!
Feb 6 version crashes upon launch on iOS 10 1/5
This on an iPad mini 4 IOS 10.3.3. Not willing to install on iPad Pro on IOS 11.2.5 due to his behavior.
Thanks to developers for fixing crash on IOS 10. Now working as before. Note to developers-please don't automatically suggest upgrading to latest iOS to resolve an issue. Considering iOS 11 runs slowly on a mini 4 an iOS upgrade is not a solution. Instead join us mini users in asking Apple to make a mini5 with faster processor.
I can’t read the cartoons on my iPad Pro. I can see the first one, but cannot get past that page. I called the New Yorker, but the lady I spoke with was useless.
5 stars! 5/5
Thanks for fixing the ios10 crash. Now I can read my favorite The New Yorker on this beautiful apps again!
App won't open after update 5/5
This has been s great app. But following the February 6-7, 2018, update, the app no longer opens on my iPhone 5s. I hope they have a fix in the works. Update: the developer responded and seems to be on top of it. The problem was with iOS 10 only, it seems. Nice to know they are responsive.
Crashes immediately 1/5
Until recently this app was excellent. However for about a week, every time I open it, within seconds it crashes. I have deleted and reinstalled several times, but the problem has persisted
Don't dl the latest version. 1/5
The recent update, meant to improve performance, ironically causes the app to shut down after it tries to load for about five seconds.
The pop ups asking me to rate the app have stopped so I’m happy now. The app works fine. Love the cartoons!
The best way to read the continual flow of the New Yorker! 5/5
Demands reviews 1/5
In ten minutes of use put up a screen asking for a review three times. Perhaps it will be happy now.
The New Yorker Forever! 5/5
By "pages" Clarke
How can an app be equal to the best magazine in history? It just is. When I don’t have my physical copy to read, this app seamlessly fulfills that highest of standards. No other app for any other printed media even comes close. Besides being truly intuitive, it is more thoughtful and responsive than could be expected. A genuine work of art.
A wonderful app 5/5
I love having access to stories before they hit the regular app or the print edition, especially for timely topics. Thanks!
New Yorker App 5/5
By the Frederated
It is wonderful to get the latest from my favorite magazine so frequently - thank you for making it happen. You have become a “Daily” instead of a weekly. Cheers.
Invaluable Reading ~ stimulating issues 5/5
Every morning I wake to a new, well written news or feature story which keeps me up to date. I look forward to this intelligent, and insightful start for the day.
Daily New Yorker 5/5
I cannot live without it.
It’s the New Yorker! 5/5
Love the App! It’s been rock solid, no crashes, carries the same stuff as the magazine but is new every day, so I can read articles “on the go,” and can even bookmark them to return to. It’s got cartoons, which I love. And I can post to Facebook as well.
Night reading mode 4/5
Love the app! Just wish it had a night reading mode.
On the NewYorker app 5/5
The best format for reading the New Yorker both online and offline.
It’s even better 5/5
My grandparents in Hastings Nebraska started subscribing in the 1930s. My mother kept responding to renew postcards for her children’s’ subscriptions so that mine was prepaid for ten years when she died. And today I still can have my breath taken away by the writing. It’s all you need. (ps. I do miss that second short story).
Everything a magazine app should be. Replicates the experience of reading the print magazine.
It’s a nice different organization of magazine content with online articles but no offline viewing of at minimum magazine content makes me go back to the older app.
A great magazine, I look forward to I reading this part of it every day! 5/5
That’s the review
Why care what we with pedestrian prose styles think. 5/5
Cartoons aplenty, mostly nifty.
Does TNY have a White House correspondent?
You review literary ephemera, than cold shoulder that
great bio of Richard Wilbur, who published 72 poems in your mag.
Love this app 5/5
By Baja Berkeley
Call me shallow, but I get a lot of reading done every morning with my phone laid on top of my coffee maker in my kitchen as I dry my hair. I’ve got a lot of hair. Best way to while away this dull task. I’ve never been so caught up with my New Yorkers; I bring the paper copies to share at work.
Love The New Yorker 5/5
I rarely finish an issue, but always find thoughtful articles and great editorials.
the new yorker is awesome 5/5
if you’re a true patriot, you should subscribe to support the new yorker’s journalism excellence, sorely needed truth telling. as a bonus, the online experience is solid; i check it out daily
The New Yorker explodes onto the web… In a good way 5/5
By Billious Man
I have been a fan of The New Yorker since my dad read the captions of the cartoons to me when I was a little boy. Brilliant journalism, great humor, insight and true culture. And now with the tap on the phone screen I can see new material from The New Yorker daily. Thanks New Yorker. Keep keeping up.
Mostly I Read the Cartoons.... 5/5
But as I am snickering at the cartoon, I notice an article or two that catches my eye and enlightens my cartoon loving brain. New York seems a little closer now.
Can’t do without it. 5/5
Won’t do without it.
It seemed a bit extravagant 5/5
By Fran CTE Edu.
When I subscribed to this, but it has turned out to be worth every penny. I wanted to know what the progressive point of view was on various developments. I have been in a conundrum about NPR since I found that the Koch brothers were partially underwriting their show Money Matters.
(Please let me know if I am wrong about this)
Won’t let me sign in! 1/5
Great design, good interface, but will not let me sign in with my subscription!!!
...you’re doomed when your subscription is lost 1/5
Not sure how such a great magazine seems unable to produce an app which simply keeps the subscription connected. Nothing works, uninstall/reinstall, log out/log back in, unlink/relink, new password - NOTHING works. Unacceptable.
Can’t use 1/5
I have a subscription and account. They work on the web, but not on this crap app. Tried uninstalling, signing out, and so on. Nada.
What a Mess! 1/5
Entirely agree with the previous reviewer - this app is a complete mess: You can’t sign in properly - it loses your passwords, and repeatedly tells you have read your free articles, which are indeed NOT free, because you have already subscribed and linked. It does all this THROUGH THE LINKED EMAIL! I have just gotten a new password from a human, and there is no way to change that to a password of my own choice. How about you go back to the drawing board and FIX THIS AWFUL THING!!!! Did they actually pay you for this? If I could give you negative stars, I would give you about 10 of them! Can’t submit this without giving you one of them.
Should be able to activate via account number even if linked to email 4/5
By iona 6
Had subscription label handy, couldn't use it to access the account like I can on the Conde Nast website; it made me enter an email address. So yet another login and password to remember. It is also nagging me to turn on notifications. If it asks too often, I will delete. I am a long time print subscriber.
Absolutely love the new app 5/5
This app solved all the gripes I had with the old New Yorker app. It took Conde Nast too many years, but I’m glad they finally did it.
It continually signs me out 3/5
By Ms Bernardi
Despite indicating that I wish to remain signed in, I have to sign in every time I read an article! Ridiculous.
Consistently fresh thinking 5/5
Over thirty years of The New Yorker continues to find me drawn into unexpected, but engaging topics, and clear, rational thinking on issues of the day.
Best app ever 5/5
So easy to just tap and scroll through all the most recent articles and dive into whatever intrigues. I use this app every day.
Best way to start or end the day 5/5
By Ernest Barteldes
I’m a subscriber and have been for decades. I love that the app carries not only the daily comment but also in-depth articles.
Up To The Minute News Served With Intelligence And Humor 5/5
Can’t live without The New Yorker!
A long time New Yorker reader I find myself checking the daily app several times a day. The quality of the writing is as good as the weekly magazine.
Best Writing Anywhere 5/5
The New Yorker features the best magazine writing in America, and this app is yet another outlet for that brilliant and readable work. Check out the podcast, too!
Nagged to death to rate this app 5/5
That I pay $59 a year to read the New Yorker online would, I think be endorsement enough. Since my recent subscription renewal, I’ve been prompted at every article to rate the app as well. Here you go. Hope you’re happy.