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It WAS a great app
I am a paper and digital subscriber. Enjoyed reading the Times in my phone. With the ios7 update I can no longer change the text size from within the app. You have to do it from within phone settings. Major inconvenience. Still a good app but made worse with updates
Thew60 on Oct 6, 2013 for NYTimes
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ads in my paid subscription?
I like the app and have always liked reading the New York Times, so I subscribed. It works very well, but since the update I'm getting ads on my pages, and I'm not paying money to get ads on my pages, so I'm going to have to cancel. I hope someone at the Times reads this review.
JoeTK on Oct 6, 2013 for NYTimes
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I thought about paying, but not with these ads.
Wow is this terrible. The ads dominate the page, even when reading articles. Googling around it seems they don't go away even if you pay. I want to enjoy this app. I considered subscribing to a newspaper (something I've never done in my adult life) but not for a terrible experience like this. I hope Bezos can save these clowns from themselves by showing the way.
shmuel on Oct 5, 2013 for NYTimes
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Latest update breaks saying "Needs Internet connectivity".
iPhone 5S on AT&T. As I open the app, it pops up a dialog saying "An internet connection is required to view this blog." Error is shown irrespective of whether the phone is on LTE or Wi-Fi.
Sometalkofme on Oct 5, 2013 for NYTimes
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Keeps crashing!
As other reviewers have noted, this new version keeps crashing. The whole app closes suddenly in the middle of an article and then when I reopen it, it's back on the Top News screen. The old version saved my place, but this one forces me to dig through everything to find what I was reading after a crash.
Amarazin on Oct 4, 2013 for NYTimes
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Good app; ads for paid subscribers seem unfair.
Update: lost ALL my saved articles after update!! Hundreds of carefully curated bookmarks! Must add "export saved articles" function to guard against such bugs! Works great, including offline reading. But needs true full-screen viewing, without status line at the top (see The Economist or Stanza). Also, it feels unfair to pay for the subscription and still have to view the ads (which take up space on the phone's small screen.)
ilya239 on Oct 4, 2013 for NYTimes
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