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Top stories
See the events shaping the world.

Morning and Evening Briefings
Begin and end your day informed.

Podcasts
Listen to audio series including “The Daily.”

For You
Follow the topics that interest you most.

Opinion
Read political, social and personal commentary.

Push notifications
Get alerts on the topics you choose.

Mini Crossword
Enjoy wordplay, every day.


Understand the world through award-winning independent journalism, expert reporting and multimedia storytelling with the New York Times app.

iPhone and iPad Features:

• News Alerts: Get notified of major developing stories and tailor alerts to topics of interest.
• Morning and Evening Briefings: Start and end your day with daily digests compiled by Times journalists.
• For You: Explore more of what you love, and discover new topics of interest.
• Podcasts: Listen to audio series including “The Daily” and “Modern Love.”
• The Mini Crossword: Enjoy wordplay every day with the daily Mini Crossword.
• Today’s Paper: Find all the stories exactly as they are in the print edition.
• Experience NYT stories through innovative formats, like augmented reality.
• Save articles to read later on any of your devices.
• Multitasking: On an iPad? Get caught up on the day’s headlines while working in other apps.

Apple Watch Features:

• Catch up quickly by reading today’s headlines.
• Receive alerts when big news breaks.

The New York Times app is free to download, and all users can access a sampling of articles per month, from any section. Subscribers get full access to over 25 sections, plus unlimited access to nytimes.com.


Digital Subscription Options:

• Basic - unlimited digital access for $14.99 per month or $129.99 per year (save over 25%). Cancel anytime.

• All Access - unlimited digital access, plus access to the NYT Crossword, NYT Cooking, and one bonus digital subscription for $24.99 per month. Cancel anytime.

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What’s New

Version 9.10.0

In this version we fixed minor bugs and introduced performance improvements.

For any question, concern or general feedback please reach out to ios@nytimes.com.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
27.9K Ratings

27.9K Ratings

SuperAqua22 ,

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!

Applacious ,

Millennial going for print

I have been a New York Times subscriber for digital and weekend print edition for almost 12 years now. I have always liked their news coverage,opinions, articles about everyday stuff that I could believe could be so interesting, Mini crossword, and almost everything they publish. But in the past few years the online version has become addictive and the way they seem to do it is by taping in the outrageous feeling and then suggests more articles like it. It’s very draining to feeling that way day in and day out. I can’t believe I come back to get more of it. I feel some articles have become to click-baity. That should not be the way to customer engagement and keeping them there longer.I don’t like that my attention is being used this way by a product that I pay for.

Weekend with the print edition is so much better no way going down a rabbit hole and can stay away from the comments. I feel I’m in more control of the time I spent reading print. But I guess print won’t last beyond a few more years. Sigh!

Buddy Bolden ,

App Keeps Getting Worse

I really wish those responsible for this app would focus on delivering basic functionality for those of us who wish to read the news, rather than devoting so much energy to videos, virtual reality, and the like. I pay hundreds of dollars a year for my print subscription to the Times, and generally only resort to the app on days when it isn’t delivered due to a “production delay.” On those days, it drives me nuts that after recent updates, the last line of text before each ad is always partially obscured by the ad. It’s as if the Times has no respect whatsoever for its own reporters and the content they produce, let alone the readers who support them.

Also, I have several iOS devices, including an older iPod Touch that runs iOS 9.3.5. It's very aggravating that this app basically doesn't work at all on that device, since the description claims it's compatible with 9.0 and above.

The New York Times remains the indispensable source for Americans who hope to be informed about what is going on in the United States and the world. It is a terrible shame that this app doesn't do a better job of bringing the paper of record into the digital realm.

Subscriptions

Basic
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All Access
Basic + NYT Crossword, Cooking, 1 bonus sub.
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Information

Seller
The New York Times Company (iDP)
Size
90.1 MB
Category
News
Compatibility

Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
12+
Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Copyright
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. All Digital Access $34.99
  2. NYTimes.com + Smartphone App $14.99
  3. Times Insider $44.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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