The New Yorker Magazine app brings you each week’s issue, along with bonus content.
The New Yorker informs, enlightens, and delights, with a unique blend of in-depth reporting, long-form narrative, political commentary, cultural criticism, humor, fiction, poetry, and visual storytelling. Founded in 1925, it is one of the most influential magazines in the world—regarded for its great writing, rigorous reporting, and sophisticated coverage of news and culture, nationally and internationally. With its unique breadth of talented writers, The New Yorker sets the standard for journalistic and literary excellence. There is nothing else quite like it, anywhere.
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Contains display and accessibility fixes.
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The Only Magazine There Is
How would I get through our political culture without The Talk of the Town? How would I understand how artful or laughable a movie is without Anthony Lane, or dance if I don’t read Joan Acocella, or Peter Schjeldahl’s art reviews? The New Yorker for the thirty years I’ve been subscribing and the twenty before that that I’d read my father’s copies, has always had the smartest take on culture, society and politics of any publication I’ve ever perused. I also look forward to it’s inside look at science, the theater and book reviews, and the next investigative piece that will catch the rest of world’s media completely off guard and shape our laws, government and educational institutions by the shear logic and and force of the New Yorker’s investigative and philosophical writing. Bravo auteurs, here’s to another 30 years of reading!
It was so much better before.
This is another case of an update that doesn’t seem to do anything to improve any function, but takes away useful features instead. Someone needs to come up with a term for this phenomenon, similar to Moore’s Law, but in the other direction. There’s so many updates and upgrades that throw really good features away. For example, I used to be able to start one of the articles, and if I couldn’t finish it, when I went back it would still be exactly where I left off, even if I read another article in between. Now, if I leave the page, it goes back to the library home page, so I have to open the magazine again, and scroll down to where I left off. Also, the text size only goes from the original size to very large, and huge, instead of anything in between, which is very annoying, and renders it almost useless. Sorry, but the previous version was so much better; much simpler and more streamlined.
While there seems to have been a slight effort to improve things, it still has the same annoying bugs, like not being able to go back to where you were in an article. Sometimes it’s managed to work, but then it stops again, and I have to scroll down to figure out where I left off. The text size is still virtually useless, as the choices are the default size, and then very large, and then gigantic. On the website, it works perfectly, like the app used to, with much more incremental options.
It stinks, really. Less than one star.
Well now they’ve made it even more difficult to read my favorite magazine. I switched from the print edition several years ago because I had trouble reading printed material. I have to shout this but THIS MAGAZINE NEEDS SCALABLE FONT!!! Reading the new and exciting version is even more exasperating than before. The choices are tiny font too small to see and then a big jump up to the next font that you can’t hold far enough away. Next step is gigantic, presumably for first-graders. Every other magazine I read on line can allow zooming using the standard motion every iPad user can accomplish. When I complained about it in the past they referred me to a digital format that is even more impossible to navigate. I don’t know if that still exists but I gave up on it ages ago. Is the any help for a hapless reader? I pay a lot for great writing in a poorly thought out format. Has anyone actually tried to read this thing???? Also, no going back to last article read, and no returning to same place left off in an article. Piece of junk, a disservice to readers and an insult to some of the best writers on the planet. Will this review change anything? Doubt it. Wake up! The digital format is SERIOUSLY TERRIBLE!
- 20.2 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- © 2019 Condé Nast
- In-App Purchases
- September 20, 2010 $4.99
- October 4, 2010 $4.99
- October 11, 2010 $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.