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The New Yorker Positive Reviews

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The New Yorker App User Positive Comments 2024

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Better now that the audio player is updatedLove the New Yorker and consistently read it. With my commute it was nice to listen to the articles but the app was super buggy for me and had zero customization for listening. I decided to get an Audm subscription since it includes other magazines and, more importantly, better audio controls/interface. But now the Audm app isn’t necessary for the New Yorker. The new update is much easier to use, less buggy, and has its own pop-out interface. Two things would make it even better: 1.25x speed and an updated pop-player for older issues..Version: 5.0.1

Why a 5 starFor one who understands and appreciates proper grammar, sentence structure as well as a holistic approach to capturing broad culture scriptures in a magazine...the New Yorker Magazine is the answer. #1newyorker.Version: 3.4

Please add dark modeAll very nice. The quality of the magazine is unbeatable. I would also appreciate a search by topic of interest, like science..Version: 6.8.0

No dark modeIt’s a good app but things that would make it much better: - NIGHT MODE - a section just like “from the magazine” but for all the non-print articles - unlimited article saves / no automatic removals after a month.Version: 5.2.0

WidgetIt would be great to have a widget, showing the latest cover and/or latest stories..Version: 8.6

Good - Needs an “archives” sectionThe app is pretty good but I bought a New Yorker subscription largely for the short story archives. It would be great if archive issues were easier to access..Version: 8.4.1

Why isn’t it possible to have more starred/faves articles?Is this a storage problem? Why is the number of tagged articles limited so the older ones drop off the list... ? What a pain.Version: 3.3

😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃I’m currently a fifth grader and I love to just scroll through entertaining interviews or just a nice political problem (no alliteration intended). There are so many different Ypres of things to read and the way the authors weave language (metaphors similes, ect) into texts just makes the articles smoother to read, Besides, the subscription isn’t costly at all. I only payed $6 for a few weeks of reading. Another feature I personally adore is the magazine. You can keep up to date with the newest articles and encounter things you haven’t thought about before from the comfort of your lounge chair! Maybe add a search engine and sections to make topics easier to find. Overall, amazing! Keep it up!.Version: 6.4.1

Easy, effortless, and all the goods delivered!Really enjoy how the app maintains the trademark look, feel, and quality experience of The New Yorker..Version: 3.1

This is the most reliable source of news availableWhat a great App for both condensed and detailed news stories covering everything that is relevant in todays news stream with additional interesting stories about - well just about anything from Politics to Business to Tech to Humanity. I have had this App for 2 years and l subscribed for 2 years in advance. Do yourself a favor and get onboard.👍🤘👍.Version: 3.4

Superb Stories By The BoatloadThe writing, grammar, artwork & topics have me completely hooked. I wish your publication was mandatory to all of civilisation. Thank you & keep on being incredible. Grant in Australia..Version: 5.3.4

Newly LoveI’m new to TNY (shocking, I know) and absolutely love it. As for the app, it’s v simple and clean which I like; however, I have two suggestions for improvement. First, the ability to archive or favorite articles. I know there’s a “save” feature but I use it more as a “save to read later” feature, as I’m sure many other users do as well. Second, the ability to highlight favorite passages and come back to them. Some articles are extensively long yet only a few sentences or paragraphs might be meaningful (to me). Medium has both of these features and I find them v useful..Version: 5.3.2

Want to leave 5 starsThis has many great features but for me is let down by a disorientating lack of navigation, on the website I can look at articles by books, culture, news etc but here it’s not possible to do so and this becomes quite frustrating.Version: 3.0.2

Love itI would have to say this is the most efficient use of technology by a magazine I have seen. Love the content, love the app definitely 5 out of 5..Version: 4.3.0

Love it!I always liked The New Yorker’s content. Previously the app would simulate the weekly magazine paper experience which I used to like. Nowadays the interaction is more modern and inline with some other publishers, but I’m glad we can still access the paper experience via the “Magazine” tab. The cover art is accessible and just gives readers a great experience if you are not spoiled by the paper version like myself. I hope the staff and writers continue to create great and interesting articles not found in every other common news outlets. Keep writing like you have been since the 1925 and I’ll remain a subscriber..Version: 8.9.0

I would give 5 stars but only if......they had a dark mode feature! I love everything else but holy moly I really need an option to switch to dark mode, the white background really is hurting my eyes..Version: 5.3.3

Latest update introduced glitchesThe latest update has introduced some glitches. Whenever I try to bookmark or share an article, the app closes. Very annoying! It really hurts the apps otherwise fine reputation..Version: 4.3.0

Preeminent Non-Fiction WritingThe New Yorker for me represents the best of “long journalism” which is available today. I’m an avid consumer of news, but I always find something in the articles that puts a new, albeit progressive, twist on current events. There’s a nuance that the writers are able to develop which isn’t afforded by the “daily” newspapers, that are now almost “instantaneous” in the internet age. It takes a commitment to read The New Yorker, but I usually finish feeling satisfied that a story has been fully developed..Version: 8.2.4

Good App, love the Magazine.This is from a Real liberal moderate from Canada. The person who gave this app and the magazine content one star and says he hates he magazine and says he’s Canadian is not likely to be Canadian, rather just another blind Trumpster hiding behind my flag for legitimacy. Good Luck America, this magazine is a shining beacon amongst an otherwise bleak dystopian nightmare that is Trumps America..Version: 3.3

IOS WidgetAn ios widget showing the latest news would be nice.Version: 6.8.0

Needs dark mode featureCan’t enable dark mode on the app which is super unfortunate.Version: 8.6

Needs dark modePLEASE release a new version with dark mode. Some of us are trying to save our eyes!.Version: 8.9.0

Great app - I’m a new fan of the new yorkerIt works great, I like that it always brings me back to where I left off. The UI is clean and works without any issues. I just wish we were able to comment on certain articles, I’d love to be able to read what other people think of certain articles and participate in discussions. Also, it would be REALLY cool if they added reading time for each article, so that I can plan my reading depending on how much time I have..Version: 3.3

KeithExcellent Concentrated Essence of the NewYorker.Version: 3.4

DisappointingTired of media selling the world economic forum agenda. It’s so tiresome. I get it. Your employed by them. Please it’s so tiresome. I don’t want to be brain washed, I want to informed. I have not been properly informed for over two years. You want to keep writing for people who have lots of money abs an agenda fine. I am clearly not your demographic. Extremely disappointed with the magazine. It’s boring. It’s tiresome. It’s lifeless..Version: 6.5.3

Wonderful and easyLove it! Love all of the journalism! Easy to use and perfect. Would be great if all of the stories in the downloaded issues were easily available to see as previews though. Just some creative criticism but other than that love everything!.Version: 4.1.3

Problem fixedThe app recognized me but kept telling me I had to subscribe- but I was already subscribed. I tried several times to get help on line, but nothing suggested worked. Finally I called, and a customer service person went the extra mile, did a little digging, and figured out that I was trying to sign in with an old account- I don’t even have that email anymore and I believe when creating my new account my auto-filler put it in without me noticing. All good now..Version: 8.6.1

Dark mode pleaseI often read in bed when my wife is asleep. Better to keep the light low with dark mode..Version: 8.4.0

Repeatedly requires login - fixedThis has been fixed: The app doesn’t “remember” I’m subscribed...constantly prompted to subscribe. So I login again and again..Version: 6.0.0

Brilliant content, finally in a great app (and up to date) formatIt’s the New Yorker, so some of the finest journalism around, but the main magazine reader app (not this app) was so bad, I was forced to browse the website and load up Instapaper with articles, so I could read the magazine bookmarked, or offline. NyerToday seems to have slowly but surely replaced the original app - which I couldn’t be happier about - it started with a nice curation of recent articles, has good typography, full screen display, bookmarking and maintains page/scroll status. Unlike the other official app, this is kept up to date (e.g iPhone X compatible soon after X launch). And now it has the magazine archive!.Version: 3.0.2

App...well it’s a process.Some combination, function and or algorithm of the app & the user (me) ultimately results in my international subscription working. It’s done. And that’s good. The New Yorker it’s great. The app...well it’s a process..Version: 5.0.1

Very goodGreat app, but the smallest text-size setting is still too big! It would be good if the line spacing was set lower too. Also, there should be a ‘Home’ button on the disappearing nav menu (in addition to “Back”, bookmark and share)..Version: 3.3

App stopped workingAll of a sudden this app just stopped functioning,I Have a subscription through Apple Pay to the New Yorker I should be able to access this app I cannot. Customer support has been useless if I could rate it a zero I would. After contacting New Yorker, by phone, they totally fixed my issue. Thanks ! It has stopped working again, so I lowered my stars to one If I could give it zero would I spent hours on this to no avail. I also wrote a very detailed email to them that they never responded to. Thanks a lot New Yorker. Problem solved. thanks, New Yorker.Version: 8.2.4

It is more than a magazineIt is also a great newspaper. The coverage of the war in Ukraine is thorough with feet on the ground Excluding puzzles and cartoons I receive on average 3 emails a day about current and past cultural happenings movies,plays,books. Suffice it to say The Yorker is a if not the top source of current as well as past events.Version: 6.7.0

I like recent improvementsThe interface is tidier and things are much easier to find; I’m still confused about where locate older articles (even just a few months) that I haven’t saved..Version: 5.2.1

PerfectBrilliant content and a great app. I’m not sure what all the negative comments are about. I’ve had no issues..Version: 5.0.1

Fantastic app.The content quality, the clean and stylish interface, and the relevance of articles are worth every penny... and more..Version: 4.2.3

Insightful, sane writingUnfortunately for our zero star liberal “Canadian” who could not actually have ever read this magazine, the New Yorker is a thoughtful publication. The serious pieces are well researched. I’m not interested in the fiction so I offer no comment there. Some of the lighter wit can be screamingly funny..Version: 3.4

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