NYTimes - Crossword

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NYTimes - Crossword

The New York Times Company,


Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Android Games - Puzzle 1.4.3 April 04, 2018 3.56

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Version 1.4.3 released on April 04, 2018
Thanks for solving with the NYTimes Crossword app. Here's what's new in version 1.4.3 (502)

- Streaks! See your streaks on the completely rewritten archive!
- To get a gold star and qualify for a streak, you must complete a full-size puzzle with no checks or reveals before midnight Pacific time on the day following print publication.
- More reliable syncing with our server and other bug fixes

#FunFact The user with the longest streak has kept their streak alive for over 1,200 days

Version 1.3.0 released on December 15, 2017
Thanks for solving with the NYTimes Crossword app. Here's what's new in version 1.3.0 (421)

- You now have until midnight Pacific Time to earn a gold star
- Larger clue text by default
- Always prompt for reveal/reset
- Support captcha within the app that was preventing people from logging in
- Several other bug fixes

#FunFact Did you miss the December 17th Sunday paper that contained this year's Puzzle Mania? You can order a back copy by calling 800-543-5380

Version 1.1.1 released on August 22, 2017
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Version 1.1.0 released on August 14, 2017

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App Description

Solve and enjoy the same puzzles printed in the daily newspaper in this app built by The New York Times.

Start playing with unlimited access to the daily puzzles for seven days. After that, subscribe for full access to The Crossword on your Android device and at NYTimes.com.


PLAY ANYWHERE
A subscription to The Crossword gives you access to our puzzles anywhere you care to solve them. Just create an account (or connect an existing one) and take your progress with you across any number of devices, or on the web at nytimes.com/crossword.

DAILY PUZZLE
The daily puzzle is released at 10 p.m. E.T. the evening before appearing in the paper. (6 p.m. E.T. on weekends). The puzzles get much harder as the week progresses; warm up with a Monday and try powering all the way through to the extra-large Sunday puzzle!

MINI PUZZLE
Mini puzzles are short, sweet and available every day without a subscription! Get a quick crossword fix when you don't have time for a full-size puzzle.

PUZZLE PACKS
Download these themed puzzles and add them to your collection. The first puzzle in each pack is free to play. We’re adding new content all the time, so check back often for new packs!

SUBSCRIPTION BENEFITS
Get unlimited access to the daily puzzles with a seven-day trial. Subscribers get access to hundreds of minis and over 20 years’ worth of classic puzzles from our archives. We offer an annual subscription at $39.95/year and a monthly subscription at $6.95/month. These will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours prior to expiration, but you can disable this at any time from your Google Play account settings.

Questions? Suggestions? Issues? Please contact us at NYTCrossword@nytimes.com or through the feedback option in the app. Your feedback is important to us, and we’ll do our best to assist you.
Please note: A New York Times Crossword subscription does not include access to any other New York Times products, including but not limited to NYTimes.com or mobile news content, e-reader editions, Times Insider, or other apps on non-Android devices.

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NYTimes - Crossword Ranking History | Games - Puzzle

NYTimes - Crossword daily app ranking in Games - Puzzle category for the last 30 days.

NYTimes - Crossword Worldwide Rankings | Games - Puzzle

NYTimes - Crossword rankings per country in Games - Puzzle category.

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