New york times iphone app not updating
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I won't be using this app again anytime soon, and I'm afraid I may have to say the same for the "Times." This is a solid app and it looks nice, but I tend to read by news on my i Pad Pro (in landscape) and this app simply doesn't take advantage of the screen real-estate like many other apps.Both of these product choices complicated the Times’ efforts to bring its i Pad and i Phone apps together, as Matthew Bischoff, a former Times i OS developer, noted in a thread here.Bischoff said that app’s release was delayed in part by the Times’ decision to rebuild the app in Swift, Apple’s latest programming language.Version 6.0 — the first major update since last October — adds a handful of notable new features, including simpler personalization, support for split-screen multitasking on the i Pad Pro, and support for 360-degree video.The most noticeable design changes are on the i Pad, where the new homepage has some of the modularity that the Times’ ongoing web redesign has.This lack of content on the screen seems to be a consistent theme.
As you scroll through, you simply don't see as much content as you do on the web site, for example.
Not valid for Digital Access $119.99 per year subscription option. Lately, however, I have been noticing that some articles are not being published in "Today's Paper"; the headlines are there, but below the headlines, there is nothing.
Smartphone and tablet apps are not supported on all devices. This is, of course, a ridiculous oversight -- or, rather, an ongoing series of ridiculous oversights -- and I have contacted the "Times" on numerous occasions to complain. Frustrated, I checked out the "Times" i OS app today for the first time in a long time, hoping that they had added some kind of "Today's Paper" feature since I last tried it. There is, therefore, currently no way to read the print edition of the "Times" without reading the actual print edition.
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