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Crashes regularly now
Needs another update for iOS 7, thanks.
Kmarietwo on Oct 27, 2013 for NYTimes
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Bad update
Every time the page orientation changes from vertical to horizontal it loses your place where you are in the article so that you may end up dozens of paragraphs off and have to scroll through again and again to find your place. It's also annoying that you can no longer control text size (you have to change text size for the entire phone). Finally, I hate Newstand. This is the only program I have in Newstand and so it's just an extraneous click to be able to access this program. The adds are annoying but expected.
Icerman on Oct 27, 2013 for NYTimes
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Would be 5star but for Newsstand
Why force NYT app into the useless Newsstand folder? I for one to get it. I hope NYT is getting something from Apple because the subscribers aren't benefitting.
B18181818 on Oct 27, 2013 for NYTimes
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Crash prone since update
Crashes constantly since latest update. Also, annoyingly opens links while scrolling. As a paying subscriber I really expect a little better functionality.
Kj@Cornell on Oct 27, 2013 for NYTimes
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Is it too much to ask for an app that doesn't crash every 10 minutes?
talawren on Oct 27, 2013 for NYTimes
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What a joke...
I pay every month for high quality, on demand, well written news. I don't shell out my hard earned money (as a college student) to be continually frustrated and thwarted by continual instability and app crashes. This is supposed to be an Apple preferred app for iOS7, instead it's an anemic attempt at coding, fused with a loyalty eroding component of incompetence. Fix the thing, or give us our money back. If you can't deliver, why should you be able to keep our money. W
Nathan Lowenthal on Oct 27, 2013 for NYTimes
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