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Can't save anymore! Constant ad!
What did they do with this new update? I can't save an article anymore. The bottom toolbar is gone, replaced with a constant flickering ad that you can't X out of. Why do we pay if we have to have a continuous ad and can no longer save?
Boppy12 on Jun 29, 2013 for NYTimes
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Disappointed as a subscriber
As a subscriber paying $200 a year for an online-only edition, I shouldn't have to see any ads.
berlinexpat on Jun 29, 2013 for NYTimes
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Disappointing changes
In this update, the title bar is now permanently visible eliminating full screen reading, so when you factor in an ad also being displayed at the bottom, you are left with a much reduced area for displaying the article. It seems foolish to make the single purpose of this app (reading) less pleasant. Hopefully, they'll reverse the decision to permanently display the title bar because it may seem like a small change, but the effect on the user experience is dramatically negative.
ewturner on Jun 28, 2013 for NYTimes
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Bug with emailing articles
Still has bug. --- when emailing an article, the subject is blank. Does not do this on iPad. Using iPhone 4 with IOS 6. Same on new iPhone 5
Rodney Cain on Jun 28, 2013 for NYTimes
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Still the same great news, but now Ads!
This app isn't working with my home delivery subscription. I'm registered but the app doesn't recognize me.
Ahung on Jun 28, 2013 for NYTimes
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3.8 is terrible!
The latest update removes full screen viewing of articles! Phone screen real estate is a very limited commodity; placing a static, fairly useless toolbar at the top of the screen is practically criminal. Gonna roll back right away.
Skylarbr on Jun 27, 2013 for NYTimes
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