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Crashes on iOS7
The new version crashes constantly. You can't increase text size nearly as much as before making articles harder to read. I would tolerate the increased ad presence if it didn't come at the expense of product functionality! Really disappointed in this update.
Fich on Oct 22, 2013 for NYTimes
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Very slow to update/No longer works without internet
Ever since I updated to this with the new OS, it takes a really long time to refresh content. I often need to refresh 4-5 times before I see new headlines. Also, I miss seeing the time stamp that identified the last time content was refreshed. As of yesterday, I can no longer read the iPhone app in the subway. I just see a black screen when I open the app that says "Unable to Connect to Internet" I hope this gets fixed because it was my routine to read the news on my way to work. Thanks!
DHP27 on Oct 22, 2013 for NYTimes
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Expensive, light but will keep a bit longer
$15 for phone only is kind of silly. And it seems like it doesn't update too terribly often. The same article may be in the list for a few days. And had to downgrade my rating to two stars. It crashes all the time.
Lazyoldsun on Oct 22, 2013 for NYTimes
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Ads. Even when paying $15 a month to use the app. They are distracting and effectively shorten the display of an article by half an inch. Only thing standing in the way of a perfect app.
ecec on Oct 22, 2013 for NYTimes
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Stop "improving" it; refreshes and hyperlinks ruined this
Leaving this app idle and opening for a while - or simply switching apps - causes it to take me to the "home" page of app and loses my place. Annoying. But not as bad as hyperlinks opening regardless of finger movement. If you hit it, it will open. So many articles have hyperlinks everywhere. Scrolling will kill your reading experience if not make it impossible.
TheToph on Oct 21, 2013 for NYTimes
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Keeps losing track of section preferences
Somehow the latest updates have recreated an old problem: the app is consistently losing the preferences on which sections and blogs I want to see. In particular it keeps dropping all the blogs. Annoying!
Theo Posselt on Oct 21, 2013 for NYTimes
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