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Scrolling problem
The recent update is a step in the wrong direction. 1) No more full screen article view. The overlay that elegantly appeared at the end of an article or with a single tap is now pointlessly present at all times. 2) Scrolling is broken. Scrolling in the article list works fine, but within an article is slow and lacks momentum. 3) New font choices are worse. The old font size presets were easier to read than the new, difficult-to-adjust system.
Jay52285 on Sep 16, 2013 for NYTimes
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Why are there no readers' comments?
Very disappointing that readers' comments can not be viewed on this app. Why? I have to view the website via Chrome (or Safari) on my phone in order to read comments. This needs to be fixed and is a real drawback to using the app. Readers' comments on The Times are incredibly interesting and often add more information besides depth and alternate views to the stories. Any chance comments can be added to this app?
Why No Readers Comments on Sep 16, 2013 for NYTimes
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Previous version issues appear to have been fixed. Works ok.
Another guy with no nickname on Sep 15, 2013 for NYTimes
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Great to have at hand
Appreciate the speed, readability and customization.
Kirsti_SF on Sep 15, 2013 for NYTimes
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Why don't we get the entire Best Seller list?
I got this app a couple of weeks ago and generally love it -- except we only get the top 5 books in each category. Why is that? On the NYT website we get them all, even the extended list. Very disappointing, and I hope this is fixed.
OakwoodTexasGirl on Sep 15, 2013 for NYTimes
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Great for reading news
Great for reading news. Latest version seems to fix freezing, problems with updating. And, if you want qualified people to make quality news, you have to pay for it. How, and how much, is obviously up for grabs right now, but these are good people, and quality news.
Jonathan Morgan on Sep 14, 2013 for NYTimes
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