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Sep 19, 2023
News & Magazines
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This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, Personal info, and Device or other IDs
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 5 others
Data is encrypted in transit
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Ratings and reviews
September 12, 2023
Saw a good deal on a subscription so I subscribed. Didn't want automatic renewal at 9x the price, so I followed the instructions to cancel. Throughout the process, it was clearly stated that I would keep access until the end of the first year. My purchase history shows that I still have access for another year. But nope, I lost access the next day and a rep confirmed this. Huge waste of time.
19 people found this review helpful
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September 8, 2023
The content is good, but the app is really letting it down. So many basics are poorly done. 1. There's no scroll bar on the articles so you can't tell how much longer the article is. You'd have to scroll to the bottom to see that. 2. If you leave the app and come back, it will loose your place. It brings you back to the front page. It would be better to remember your place in the article and allow you the choice to continue. 3. I wish there were reading options like font and size.
325 people found this review helpful
August 13, 2023
I love the NY Times and am a subscriber. However, I'll stick to the web, this app is not good (at least on Android). Freezes and won't update, routinely thinks my device is offline when it's not, video plays poorly, and agree with other comments about ads screwing up the reading experience. And why is the NYTimes Audio app only available in iOS? Taken together, seems like they've made a business decision to cut development resources for Android.
72 people found this review helpful
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