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Introducing The Daily 360: Times journalists around the world bring you a new 360 video every day.

360 videos offer a new way to experience the journalism of The New York Times. These immersive videos put you at the center of the scene, allowing you to look left, right, up, down and behind you.

Want to work for our team? Check out the About page in Settings.

As always, please email iphone@nytimes.com with questions or feedback.
Description
Enjoy all of our award-winning journalism with the NYTimes app for iPhone and Apple Watch.

iPhone App Features:

• Breaking news alerts: Get notified of major developing stories, and tailor alerts to topics of interest
• Morning briefings: Start your day with a tip sheet compiled by Times journalists
• Save articles to read later on any of your devices
• Today widget: Top headlines are always just a swipe away
• Pick up where you left off on another device with Handoff
• International edition: Global news and coverage from dozens of bureaus around the world
• Exclusive videos and award-winning photography
• Customize your list of favorite sections and blogs

Apple Watch Features:

• Catch up quickly by reading today's headlines.
• Receive alerts when big news breaks.
• Use Handoff to continue reading on your iPhone, or touch Save for Later to build a personal reading list.

The NYTimes app is free to download, and all users can access up to 10 free articles per month, from any section. Subscribers get full access to over 25 sections, plus unlimited access to NYTimes.com, with a Times Digital Subscription.

Subscribe now and your first week is free.*

Subscription Options:

• Digital Access - unlimited digital access anytime, anywhere, on any device for $14.99 per month or $119.99 per year (save up to $5 per month). Cancel anytime.

• Times Insider - unlimited digital access anytime, anywhere, on any device plus one complimentary digital subscription to share for $24.99 per month. Cancel anytime.

• Times Insider members also receive access to the Times Insider blog, TimesTalks videos, TBooks, special Times crosswords and Times Archives from 1851.

Your subscription will automatically renew each month or year, and your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings.

Questions Concerns? Please contact us at iphone@nytimes.com or (800) 591-9233. We respond to every inquiry.

* Promotional offers for new subscribers only. Not valid for Digital Access $119.99 per year subscription option. Smartphone and tablet apps are not supported on all devices. NYTimes.com + Smartphone Apps, NYTimes.com + Tablet Apps and Digital Access subscriptions do not include e-reader editions, Times Insider content, or The New York Times Crossword. Prices shown are in U.S. dollars. Other restrictions apply.
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Reviewed by benissimo 11 months ago

Update: crashes on startup. Worst so far. ---------------- For a few weeks now I've noticed how if I'm using the app while listening to music on headphones, my music will suddenly stop. I tracked it down to some banner ad in the app which makes a brief burst of sound and then mutes itself, interrupting my phone's audio, causing the music to switch to pause (and requiring me to manually unpause my music app each time). This was annoying enough but today I note other ads in the app which spontaneously open up as full page video without having been clicked, even without having been on screen! As a paying NYT subscriber, I don't see why the app should contain ads at all, much less buggy, invasive ones that ruin the news reading experience. What's the point of adding a pay wall if you continue with the race to the bottom with advertisements? Please consider either raising your subscription rates for an ad free version or banning video and audio ads (since you're clearly not able to ensure they are bug free). In the meantime I'll use Flipboard , who also carry ads but avoid the bugs mentioned above.
Reviewed by ggmpd 11 months ago

I have been a reader of the New York Times for a number of years. I had both print and digital subscriptions and up until now had been using the previous NY Times app for the iPad. Since getting a new iPad for Christmas and updating to the latest version of iOS I decided I would switch to the latest incarnation of the NY Times app for the iPad. Big mistake. This new app makes the Times almost unreadable. From the annoying layout to outright bugs (pictures don’t load in an article leaving large gray areas) to the annoying ad placement (ads after every paragraph in a story practically), this is a dud. I’m thinking of ditching my digital subscription and going back to print or just ditching the Times entirely. I can’t believe that this app had any QA testing ever done on it. It certainly never would have made it out the door where I used to work.
Reviewed by LawHF007 11 months ago

Search function is terrible: search “movie and review” and the top hits are not the most recent movie reviews, tho these are the most relevant hits. In fact, anything with the word “review” comes up, including articles about the Supreme Court. Does the app not know the meaning of the search term “and”?! Good grief! In fact, no movie reviews come up in that search. This should embarrass the app developer. A computer search in 2018 should function (at least as well as one performed in 1998-this app search fails that standard). Relatedly: I should be able to find ALL NYTimes movie reviews in ONE place, listed either alphabetically or chronologically. Instead, I am lucky to find 2 or 3. There should be a section that is JUST the movie reviews-they have this in the online NYTimes so it should be here, too, especially if the search function can’t find movie reviews (again, embarrassing). (Searching “critics picks” brings up nothing relevant, whereas it should bring up all of the movie reviewers’ “picks”, which the Times actually calls “critics’ picks”)-good grief!.) I am not writing a general review of the app bc this issue is what I am thinking about right now.
Reviewed by JSR65 11 months ago

Top Stories appears twice when the app opens, including a section at the very top with VERY old headlines including an annoying picture of Hugh Hefner that I am sick and tired of seeing. Why can’t NYT get simple things like user interface to work in the last few months? Did you fire or lose some key people? The newspaper industry is losing subscribers, do you want to lose your remaining loyal customers? I pay MUCH more for this subscription than the MANY other options out there for news. Please try to get it right, or this frustrated subscriber may just find enough incentive to look elsewhere for less expensive and more user-friendly news apps...
Reviewed by TEDfan22 11 months ago

I’ve used it everyday since about sept 2017 and like it a lot. I have an iPhone, looks like other devices may have issues (didn’t read all the low ratings), but it doesn’t crash, I love the immersive 360 vid pieces and multimedia approaches to complex data visualization (read “tax plan”) and interviews. Only complaint is the search feature: type in “crossword” or “David brooks” and you get an irrelevant list. That’s why just 4stars.
Reviewed by Youiy 11 months ago

Why "fix" what's not broken? Every time I open the app on my iPad I am frustrated. I usually see one giant picture and 1-2 articles. For someone who looks at a lot of news, making your app much less informationally dense has basically ruined the value I get from my subscription. My usage of the app (and frankly the web version as well) is way down. Going to wait 1-2 more months before canceling my subscription, but unless there are changes, that is what I will be doing. Unfortunate because the journalism is great, but how it is delivered has been ruined.
Reviewed by ThunderPatrol 11 months ago

Between the daily briefings, The Daily podcast, and the numerous articles covering a huge range of topics, I’m never left in the dark about important news. The app also find a right balance in sending notifications about breaking and developing stories.
Reviewed by Tink483 11 months ago

Why does app require WiFi access? Why does it not work with 3G or 4G? PITA
Reviewed by nthorn 2017-12-17

The NY Times app continues to overheat my iPhone 8+ even after numerous updates to the app. Multiple bug reports have been emailed to the developer team and nothing has been resolved. If I could give the app zero stars, I would. While reading articles my device become noticeably warm on the back just below the camera. After a few minutes the screen automatically dims the brightness. This behavior continues even if the NY Times app is the only one open on my phone. While the news reporting might be the best in the business, their app developers are second rate. Please fix this or you’ll lose a subscriber.
Reviewed by Leathernmr 2017-12-17

The Times has created content that now looks like tabloids with all the ads. You only get a few lines of text in an article before running into another ad. It is distracting to the point that I have now largely switched reading the Washington Post much more often than the times. It is sad that the wonderful Times content is now almost completely unreadable with the distracting ads. I understand the need for them, but before this change, they were off to the side and more manageable. I’m close to dropping my NYT subscription.
Developer: The New York Times Company
Download Size: 63069KB
Version: 5.12
Recommended Age: 12+
Release Date: 2008-07-11