The New Yorker Today

Download The New Yorker Today for PC

By Condé Nast Digital

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2016-04-11
  • Current Version: 3.4
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 70.77 MB
  • Developer: Condé Nast Digital
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 4,173 Ratings

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The New Yorker Today for PC 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

Reviews

  • No table of contents

    1
    By Tomwhowho
    I can’t use the new version because there is not table of contents. Lots of huge pictures to wade through that ARE NOT acceptable.
  • Too few features to be its own app

    2
    By torontoelite416
    Most people have covered the basics so I’ll share my gripes. Overall this app makes for a much worse experience than reading articles in a web browser. Audm integration is awful and easier to use from Safari (especially e.g while driving or walking around on a cold day). And I agree with what everyone else has said here too: I don’t want access to the other articles on audm; I’ve chosen to subscribe to the New Yorker. Bookmarking is a nightmare. The crossword, which is usually well crafted and interesting, opens in a browser (wasting screen real estate) even from the links within the app.
  • Great Content, few missing features

    4
    By SuperMAC me
    The depth and quality of The New Yorker is unbelievable. This app allows access to all of that content. Yay. However the app is missing a few features that could greatly improve the reading experience: 1. Dark Mode. This one is must have, especially for reading long articles at night. Or at any time. 2. Skip forward/back for audm audio. 10s skip controls would be great. Even better would be a separate interface for audm stories, similar to the New York Times podcast tab. 3. Ability to download whole issues offline. 4. Ad-free option. I would gladly pay extra for ad-free reviewing (although honestly as a paying subscriber the fact that it isn’t ad free is atrocious). Also, remove all tracking scripts from the app. Protect user privacy. 5. Ability to view and manage subscription in the app. 6. Dark mode. 7. Dark mode. 8. Dark mode!
  • Great magazine. Buggy app.

    2
    By Stax Fan
    That's it.
  • Exactly What I Want in an App

    5
    By Seashell2018
    I love the New Yorker and I love this app and wish that other magazine publishers would offer the same format. Since they don’t, this is the only one I use. I’ve only used it on the iPad and can’t speak for how it functions on the iPhone. The app has functioned well, no freezes, crashes or other annoyances. But the thing I love most is the simplicity of the offerings. I get the full print magazine, which others read, while I read the longer reads on my computer, usually over the weekend. What I want to read on the iPad are the shorter daily articles that are not part of the what the magazine has published, nor do I want to wade through them looking for the web only stuff. This app is perfect! Thank you, New Yorker. This app is a winner!
  • What’s up with ads?

    2
    By kaikaifrommars
    Why do you show ads to subscribers?
  • Does not recognize me as a paid subscriber

    1
    By ABHIVN
    I am paid up in full for $149 a year yet this app continues to ask me to “subscribe” even after I am signed in with my normal username and password. Calls to customer service have not resolved this.
  • Nice addition

    5
    By sweissster
    Love the NewYorker Daily. Also thank you for the up-to-date reporting. Very much enjoying reading this material. SW
  • Won’t let me sign in, even though I’m a subscriber

    1
    By DaizyZee
    Worthless and annoying.
  • Endless trouble, no joy

    1
    By Timcliffe
    I paid for a trial online subscription. Since then I get emails from the New Yorker purporting to provide stories and other features. But every single time they say I’ve read all my free articles and now I have to pay and if I want to subscribe that would be great or, hey, if I’m already a member I can sign in. So I sign in. I can’t count the number of times I’ve signed in, and checked the block that says keep me signed in. It makes no goddamn difference. The site continues to treat me like an interloper who has no business reading the articles. I am extremely sorry I sent them money, and if I can figure out how to contact them I’m going to ask for it back.

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