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Crashes frequently
Latest update with iOS 7 version crashes frequently, usually after midway through an article and precipitated by a routine downward scroll action.
FwePA on Sep 30, 2013 for NYTimes
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Miss the "Open in Safari" feature
Everything about the new app is fine except that I miss the option to open in Safari.
KrozNest on Sep 29, 2013 for NYTimes
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Constant companion
I love this app and the new design is very clean and consistent with the overall iOS 7 UI philosophy. One defect I noticed is that hyperlinks in articles are very easy to accidentally trigger, for instance when simply scrolling down the page. I believe this is because they are are not touch-up-inside as they ought to be. I hope you can correct this in a future update. Thanks for the great app!
MeisterGamer on Sep 29, 2013 for NYTimes
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New update is lackluster
This interface is great and it's obviously nice to be continuously aware of what's happening in the world, but NYT removed one of the best features with the new update - the ability to define words right in the app, without wifi. Still will use it but supremely disappointed with this oversight/intended removal.
eme319 on Sep 29, 2013 for NYTimes
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Night mode is needed!
While i love the articles and blogs the times offers, the fact that there is little customization to the background color makes me want to stop using the app. Please implement a night mode. Make it so we could choose a black background so we can read at night without the disturbing brightness that illuminates my whole room. You might as well add different colors for the background so it's more readable during the day as well. Until you don't add such things i think the app lacks quite a lot of useful tools.
Macanche on Sep 29, 2013 for NYTimes
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Not ready for prime time
Using version 4.0 on iPhone 5 with iOs 7.0.2 1. App crashes repeatedly. 2. Saved articles prior to this update update no longer load. 3. App crashes repeatedly. 4. If there is no internet connection - there is no content. Content no longer stays on the phone. Forget reading on the subway, an airplane or any other place you can't get wifi or cell service. 5. App crashes repeatedly. 6. You can't change font size in the App without going into settings and changing the font size for everything else on your phone. 7. App crashes repeatedly. 8. The App lives (alone) in the annoying Newsstand folder. For some reason this is more irritating in iOS 7 than it was prior to this update. As before, there is no way to move it. I'd prefer to put the App where I want it without having to make it a two step process to get into the App and a two step process to get out of it. It feels uncharacteristically clumsy. 9. Did I mention the App keeps crashing? When it crashes I find myself back on the breaking news page and then have to swipe through sections and scroll down through headlines to get back to the article I was reading, then scroll down through the article to find my place again - and again and #%@& again! This is too much trouble so I'm deleting the App for now and will read on my laptop. Aside from that. I really like the new layout and how you can swipe through sections not just to the next article. I notice there are more videos imbedded in articles (which I tend to avoid for the most part - when I'm reading I don't want to switch modes, fumble with headphones or audio controls, wait for the video to load, etc.- but that's just me). I also like being able to edit and arrange the list of sections. I'm sure the glitches will get worked out but it is really irritating to be confronted with so many bugs in an App that has long been the one I probably use more than any other on my phone.
A OM on Sep 29, 2013 for NYTimes
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