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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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Fix Links Opening Too Easily When Scrolling
Long time fan of the NYT app for iPhone but am constantly frustrated by links opening too easily when trying to scroll through an article. If your finger touches the screen anywhere near the link, it doesn't matter if you try to swipe or move your finger to scroll it just goes to the link. This was not an issue in earlier pre-iOS 7 versions.
kbacon101 on Oct 21, 2013 for NYTimes
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Lost all saved articles updating to iOS 7!!
I wish I was warned that I'd be losing all my saved articles before I updated to iOS 7. Aargh. And seriously, it makes no sense to charge for both iPhone and iPad the same as for both individually. Give a discount for all-digital access, and you'll get more subscribers too. And I'll bet if you drop the price to $5/month you'll get more than triple the subscribers. Plus you'll make a lot more people happy and not lose readership, which must be worth something.
frandogger on Oct 21, 2013 for NYTimes
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Change Request - Link Opening
Developers: please change the app so that if you accidentally click a link in an article and then move your finger off of it, it will not open. Safari handles this well. The reason so many links are clicked accidentally is you don't notice where your finger is hitting while reading. Once you click, you're trapped. As soon as you release your finger, no matter where you move it, or how long you wait, the link opens. Also, +1 for night mode.
Emeryray on Oct 21, 2013 for NYTimes
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BS
Used to be able to read all top stories. What's this only 3 bullsh...t there pulling now
Slim555 on Oct 20, 2013 for NYTimes
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Buggier than previous versions.
The new version is terribly buggy, the worst is the consistent reseting of the order of the sections. Sure it looks decent, but it's less functional than previous versions. Tons of crashing as well. Fix this stuff already, it's shoddy.
JillAbramson'sPuppy on Oct 20, 2013 for NYTimes
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