The New Yorker Today

United States / English

The New Yorker Today

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Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Apple News 1.3 January 30, 2017 4.53

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Version 1.3 released on January 30, 2017
- Landscape orientation support - Various design changes and other improvements

Version 1.3.1 released on February 16, 2017
• Tap to zoom in on images and slide shows • Quick actions on the iOS home screen • Other design changes and minor bug fixes

Version 1.3.2 released on March 09, 2017
* Added rubrics to the Top Stories feed * Offline support for cartoons * Minor bug fixes

Version 1.2 released on August 16, 2016
- Adds iPad compatibility. New version optimized for viewing on larger screens. - Gives subscribers unlimited access to The New Yorker Today app. After one month of free, unlimited access, non-subscribers can read ten free articles each month. A subscription costs $8.99 a month, and will automatically renew. Most current New Yorker subscribers have unlimited access to the app as part of their existing subscription. - Gives all users unlimited access to Cartoons at Random for a shareable stream of New Yorker cartoons, new and classic.

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App Description

The New Yorker Today features a continuously updating feed of editors’ selections that presents all the storytelling tools New Yorker writers and artists use: blog posts originating within the hour, stories from the current issue of the magazine, classic articles from the past, cartoons, and podcasts. Every time you open it, The New Yorker Today gives you the best writing on and analysis of the events and ideas of the moment. The New Yorker Today includes: · The latest stories and blog posts from The New Yorker’s Web site, as well as the topical Daily Cartoon, created by a New Yorker cartoonist. · A selection of recent and classic pieces from the weekly magazine. · Videos, slide shows, and other multimedia. · The Cartoon Randomizer cut: feature: swipe through—and share —a nearly endless supply of New Yorker cartoons. · Bookmarking capability: save articles to read later, offline. The app is free to download. Subscribers receive unlimited access. Non-subscribers may access ten free articles each month. A subscription costs $8.99 a month or $89.99 annually and includes a 30-day free trial, after which it will automatically renew. Most current New Yorker subscribers have unlimited access to the app as part of their existing subscription. All users have unlimited access to Cartoons at Random, which does not count toward the article limit for non-subscribers. The New Yorker Today requires iOS 9 or above. The New Yorker Sticker Pack captures quintessential moments in city life with a fanciful eye and humorous touch. Drawn and animated by the New Yorker contributor Christoph Niemann, the stickers are an extension of The New Yorker Today app, our continuously updating feed featuring the best writing on the events and ideas of the moment. If you do not already have The New Yorker Today app, it will automatically download to your device when you install The New Yorker Sticker Pack. The New Yorker Sticker Pack is free to download and requires iOS 10 or above. Information about our Terms of Service & Privacy Policy can be found by following these links: http://projects.newyorker.com/app/today/privacy-policy.html#privacypolicy http://projects.newyorker.com/app/today/privacy-policy.html

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