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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Love the Authenticity
I listen to and appreciate The Daily almost Daily. I love the clarity, the insight, the journalistic deep dives and professionalism but the thing I like best is when Michael and his team laugh, make minor side comments or open up, letting us hear the sometimes imperfect process of how the podcast gets made.
The episode of Oct 18, 2019, “The Week Diplomats Broke their Silence” is one of my favorites because it was recorded in hallways and stolen corners of the US Capitol. The authentic sounds and banter make it more real, more alive. I listened to every single name of the credits more closely than ever because Michael read them while walking out of the US Capitol building, out of breath, while carrying equipment! I laughed when he uttered, “Thank god for automatic doors”, most interesting credits ever!
It’s also remarkable that they wrapped at 9:45pm and the episode was cut and prepped and up by 6am the next morning.
Hurray for The Daily!
Great Content, Terrible Ad Tracking
UPDATE: I tried the app again, thinking maybe i was being too harsh. Nope, the advertisements are actually worse now. meaning, there are more ads now then there were when i wrote the below review. I actually showed this to a friend who was amazed this is a paid subscription. The same animated ad is inserted between every 3 paragraphs. Honestly, I would pay MORE if the ads would just go away altogether as they completely take-away from the reading experience. Just charge me more so I can read the news in peace please.
Original Review: As mentioned by many others, the content is the best in the world. Unfortunately it is served alongside insidious ad tracking that follows one from the web and into the app. Expect to see the same ad inserted between every 3rd paragraph, over and over and over. I hope you liked that book you searched for online because you will see ads for it all day using this app. Creepy, and unnecessary for a newspaper, especially one that writes article against "super cookies and advertising platforms". This is a paid subscription, not a free product. I expect no ads, or at the very least, less of them.
I'm keeping my subscription to the best newspaper in the world, but i'm deleting this app and will read online, where I can block the ads and receive a much better reading experience, which of course is the point.
New App is Awflul
They won’t update the stories on the old app anymore, so I am stuck with the new one. No bylines for articles seems an easy thing to correct, but they refuse. Often I can’t close an article unless I close the whole app first. The app downloads ads and everything else pretty slowly at times and jerks up and down as it continues loading making it difficult to read anything. It takes a couple of minutes to get other sections or favorites most of the time. The format makes it slower to review the major stories and there may be annoying moving things on ads and photos that distract from reading. If this continues, despite reading the NYT for decades, I’ll check out WaPo. I wonder if the Times execs even know what the digital company that provides this garbage is doing. Ask customer disservice a question and you may never get an answer, or get several answers from different people. The answers frequently do not match up with the question so I guess they are hiring people from another planet with a loose connection with English. The Times claims to be supportive of consumers, but when it comes to their own product, they are just another giant corporation sticking it to the
public. Being hypocrites rates you lower than the usual jerks.
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