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Update not working
I love reading the times on my iPhone but the new update shows that I'm not subscribed while iTunes says I am. The icon with the gothic T disappeared after a restart and the paper is still in news stand. Perhaps I should delete and re install?
Joe5813 on Nov 2, 2013 for NYTimes
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Must delete app
The ads are more of the news.
nikos.m on Nov 1, 2013 for NYTimes
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Latest update
I do not like the fact that you have to go to settings on your device to adjust text size. I don't want it enlarged for other apps.
GypsyUSA on Nov 1, 2013 for NYTimes
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- crashes constantly on 4s with ios7 - skips a lot of lines in an article when switching back and forth between portrait and landscape device orientation - very annoying!!! - does not remember positions in articles when re-entering the app
Me1986d on Oct 31, 2013 for NYTimes
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Missing Comments
Update is more stable. Not crashing. I do have to add in the sections I want to read again like all the blogs. Please add readers comments like we can ok the web browser.
PhilipThomas on Oct 31, 2013 for NYTimes
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It just keeps getting better!
The latest version is better than ever. A few bugs that snuck in with the last update are gone, and the Times is better than ever. An absolute pleasure! I have to think hard about every dollar I spend, and I had to think hard about springing for this app. On the other hand I put a high value on accurate, well researched, beautifully written journalism, it's a dying breed. Almost extinct! To me, the Times in any form stands almost alone on every count. So I decided to look at my subscription as an investment, because without the times I would be a lot poorer. I don't just mean intellectually poorer. I mean literally dollars and cents poorer. Ignorance got us into the financial hole we are in, and losing one of the last bastions of good, commonsense reporting is something I don't think we can afford. So I went whole –hog, the whole enchilada! The complete digital subscription. After four months what do I think? I think I got more than my moneys worth, much more! The digital times just keeps getting richer, more creative, more informative, and just plain more of a joy to read!
Chuck 77 on Oct 31, 2013 for NYTimes
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