The New Yorker Today

The New Yorker Today

By Condé Nast Digital

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2016-04-11
  • Current Version: 3.3
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 65.62 MB
  • Developer: Condé Nast Digital
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 4,128 Ratings

Description

The New Yorker Today app is the best way to stay on top of news and culture every day, and the magazine each week. Features: • Get a daily blend of in-depth reporting, political commentary, cultural criticism, and humor from the website. • Read each week’s magazine and browse past issues. • Receive alerts on breaking-news coverage by your favorite New Yorker writers and notifications about major pieces in the magazine. • Flip through a nearly endless supply of New Yorker cartoons using the Cartoon Randomizer tab • Access The New Yorker Sticker Pack: download the app, add the extension to iMessage, and liven up your texts with Christoph Niemann’s signature drawings and animations of city life • Read articles offline and bookmark long reads to finish later The app is free to download. Subscribers receive unlimited access. Non-subscribers may access a limited number of articles each month. Most current New Yorker subscribers have unlimited access to the app as part of their existing subscription. Subscribers with a print-only subscription may not have unlimited access. Users who have trouble accessing unlimited stories, or who wish to upgrade their access level may call Customer Service at 1-800-967-2082. All users have unlimited access to the Cartoon Randomizer, which does not count toward the article limit for non-subscribers. All users have unlimited access to the Sticker Pack, which is free to download and requires iOS 10 or above. A subscription costs $8.99 a month or $89.99 annually, and includes a 30-day free trial, after which it will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period and will state the cost of renewal. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user’s account settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. The New Yorker Today app requires iOS 9 or above. Information about our Terms of Service & Privacy Policy can be found by following these links:  https://projects.newyorker.com/app/today/privacy-policy.html#privacypolicy https://projects.newyorker.com/app/today/privacy-policy.html

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  • Not reliable

    1
    By suedognut
    I agree w the review that says the app doesn’t always get you access. I found that is also true if my subscription. Sometimes I got access. Sometimes I was blocked. I love the nYer but What a pain.
  • Buenos días

    5
    By asierra45
    Always better than excellent, keeper of truth, liberty, democracy, humanity.
  • I give up as well.

    1
    By oldtimeytim
    No reason to repeat what a lot of other people have already written. I’ve got a subscription, just renewed as well, yet I get booted off the app after 3 articles. I tried this app almost a year ago and...same deal. I think I’ll just have to be satisfied with the magazine which I love. Sigh.
  • Needs better article bookmarking

    4
    By melling
    While trying to look up words or near ads, for example, the app will jump around in the article. So, it’s easy to lose your place. Basically, the app needs to track the farthest point read.
  • Just about perfect.

    5
    By pnoble
    Integrating three apps into one is the only way and is very well designed into the bargain!
  • Constantly loses subscription

    1
    By kirks99
    The app is pretty much useless. It constantly asks me to “sign in” for my subscription to be active, which is impossible since I subscribed through an in-app purchase. I try to restore my subscription I the settings menu (why can’t you do this from the sign in page?) and clicking the button has no effect 99% of the time. There’s no feedback and the “you need to subscribe” banner is still there. This has been on ongoing bug for over a year now. I love the content, but it’s not worth the hassle.
  • Love the magazine. Tech support is another matter.

    1
    By swimmingduck
    The Dec. 10 issue never showed up on my iPad. A note to Support yielded no response. Sad that the online support is so unresponsive. And this is not my first rodeo with the New Yorker. I’ve been a digital subscriber since it was first offered. Always have had trouble getting results when there are issues.... problems old media has switching to new... almost sounds like a story in the New Yorker!
  • Frustrated

    2
    By Frustrated Sunscriber
    This App is so frustrating. I have two subscriptions to the New Yorker, one at home and one in my office and I almost never can gain access via the App! This has been gong on for months if not longer! Please fix this App.
  • New Yorker App is the worst

    1
    By ROGDOC
    I have been a subscriber for 24 years and love the magazine. I waste 2 to three hours every week trying to link my subscription through Apple. This is an impossible task. Who you call apple you must pay for an expert to help you. The magazine has no ability to remember who I am or recognize my password. I need a place to log in and be recognized. My only option is calling Apple.
  • The app has gotten worse

    2
    By Jheckel
    Added note: why not just automatically link the subscription to the emails? You would avoid a lot of complaining. This used to be a pretty good, easy to use app. Now I cannot open the issue in the magazine view. You used to be able to tap on the cover and flip through the magazine like a print issue. Now you can’t. Where is the table of contents? I can’t tell what’s in the issue without flipping through the whole magazine. You can’t seem to just look at the cover for more than three seconds. Opening the crossword from the email tells me that I have fewer and fewer permissions to open the magazine, in spite of signing in so many times I could scream.

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