The New Yorker Today

The New Yorker Today

Designed & Published By Condé Nast Digital

  • App Category: News
  • Release Date: 2016-04-11
  • Current Version: 1.4.5
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 57.53 MB
  • Developer: Condé Nast Digital
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 (224 Reviews)
  • Price:
The New Yorker Today App Ratings: 4
Based on 224 Reviews

The New Yorker Today 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. 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. 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 identify the cost of the 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 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:

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App Reviews

  • Sync please

    By what8ever
    Some articles appear hear a week or more before the print magazine, which is nice. This can be convenient over downloading an entire magazine. I do wish that as subscribers, the bookmarked articles sync to the account so that I can continue reading on different iDevices.
  • Ugh. Auto-playing ads.

    By hypomnema
    It’s always annoyed me that I can’t swipe from the left to go back after reading an article — why not just adopt the standard iOS convention? — but now ads are auto playing with sound as I scroll. The visual distraction of the animation while trying to read is bad enough. Now I have to be sure to have the volume down so I don’t disturb those around me. Make it stop.
  • Great writing, horrible app

    By No words for game
    It flashes, it crashes. Such a brilliant group of writers deserve an equally brilliant, or at lease competent group of coders!
  • Great writing, narrow perspective

    By Summertime1
    Navel gazing at it's best. I go back and forth on the New Yorker, and yet in the end I always feel dirty and dumber to have given them my attention. They're like that pretty girl in high school. So much beauty, so little brains, such deep insecurity. I know I should have seen through the facade, but I was a kid, I guess. Time to wave goodbye to the NYer and be the adult I am supposed to be. Guys, this is not art. Art isn't hateful and self-important. That's what reviews are for.
  • Ads?

    By davedalzellsr
    Why destroy an otherwise marvelous read with tacky,unwelcome, advertising?
  • Works great, but ads for subscribers?

    By The_Fanta
    You know what you are getting with the New Yorker, but as a subscriber I would expect the app to be ad-free.
  • First Rate Publication

    By Fostwax
    The New Yorker is a first class weekly periodical that is filled with high quality articles and some very interesting stories about the state of our country & the world. Its in depth reporting is usually spot on, & rarely not of interest. If you had only one publication to read, The New Yorker would hands down be one to choose. J. Wax Washington, DC
  • Magazine is great but the app is not!

    By JennyJenkinsNewYork
    I have been subscribing to The New Yorker for decades. It is my favorite magazine by far. But the app has always been terrible and the log-in process has always been circuitous and difficult to manage. I read almost all my periodicals online and this is the only one that I have trouble with. Why doesn't Condé Nast get it together? Their other magazines are a delight in app form. But The New Yorker is a weird pain. Like they don't believe in it and don't put in enough effort as a result. Should be great this many years along and we are out of the "digital is such a novelty and so secondary to our core business" phase. Get it together, New Yorker! This is publishing!
  • New Yorker

    By Medrivet
    One of my go-to news sources. Writing is top-notch. Only reason it gets 3 instead of 5 is it offers only a relatively few "top stories." You can find stuff via the search button, but only if you know the right keywords.
  • Only short selection of articles available in app

    By Ninjaliver
    I'm considering ending my NYorker subscription because it is such a hassle to access articles. I'm not sure why the app isn't reflective of their mobile site, where users can browse by section. Only having the top stories and a search bar available make browsing for a read a treasure hunt. Very annoying.