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Get rid of the permanent nav bar please
The developers unfortunately put in a permanent navigation bar at the top of the screen, which wastes reading space. Please bring back the old behavior, where the bar would appear only when needed (or make this behavior an option). Thanks!
Scoutrko on Jul 18, 2013 for NYTimes
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Latest update big miss
I'm a daily reader of the NY Times via the iOS app. The latest update removed two of the best features - full screen viewing and one-click save. I'm now researching how to rollback to restore those features. Avoid this update!
Jeff Morris on Jul 18, 2013 for NYTimes
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Not rewarding loyalty
I signed up very early for NYT. They keep cutting the coverage for digital access. I signed up early for AT&T iPhone service. They keep rewarding me with unlimited digital access.
Jazzdc on Jul 17, 2013 for NYTimes
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An anti-consumer update
Hopefully they will undo the changes they made and give us back the app we'e come to enjoy.
MP. . on Jul 16, 2013 for NYTimes
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App NEVER automatically downloads content
App NEVER automatically downloads content even though it is enabled in Newsstand and I am on Wi-Fi and plugged into power. Tried reinstalling the app but still will not automatically download content. VERY FRUSTRATING when I'm in the subway with no service and I'm looking at news from 3 or 4 days ago.
ct323i on Jul 16, 2013 for NYTimes
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Stop being channel agnostical
I'm a paying subscriber to digital online and iPad. The fact that you tier the iPhone separately to make more $$$ is a sobering, unimpressive way of screwing your customers. People have multiple devices. Stop charging them more.
LA2608ca on Jul 15, 2013 for NYTimes
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