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Please bring back full-screen
I really don't like the toolbar that never goes away. It was much better before the update. Also, I prefer being able to change the font size on the fly. Now I have to go to the settings to change it.
R€ader on Jul 2, 2013 for NYTimes
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Crap!
Paid for online subscription, download the app, AND ZILCH when I try to log in. W-T-F!?
Opps1000 on Jul 2, 2013 for NYTimes
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Mobile app comments
Add the ability for reader comments on the iPhone app. If times articles are linked inside an article, then it should open in the app, not in a web browser or even in the web app. Allow functionality of opening links in browsers other than safari or the times browser.
Arduinomaker on Jul 2, 2013 for NYTimes
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What Garbage!
What if I want to look at a traditional front page? There's no section for contacting the Times. No way to make comments. No more most popular section, or most blogged; only most e-mailed. Now probably there's an easy fix for all of these things but the nytimes is soon unintuitive and the page is so uninviting that I'm taking it down. And there are just too many deliberately designed sites to get the exact same crap. I am not tempted to play around with this silly old corpse. Bye bye NYT.
Codenamerix on Jul 1, 2013 for NYTimes
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NidaloBalo on Jun 30, 2013 for NYTimes
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Don't update!
NYT designers demonstrate poor judgement yet again, this time by adding the swipe article to article feature but, along with it, a permanent bar at the top of each article. This means about 20% less reading real estate. On a small phone, reading space is limited to begin with. And they have ads even for paying customers. Geez! Bottom line- do not update!!
dissatisfied reader, again on Jun 30, 2013 for NYTimes
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