Whenever my phone locks, I lose my location In the article. Have to scroll back down from the top
The New Yorker is amazing. However, I am a subscriber and I am being subjected to ads in the mobile app. Stop this! How could you do this? Doesn’t it go against your ideology?! Sadly, deleting this app to skip the ads, despite the convenience.
Why on earth does the app only show this week’s contest? I want to see the winners and the submissions that the print version shows. Yet there’s no way to view them on the app.
The content is great. But the app is a worthless piece of crap. I have paid for a subscription yet every time I try to use the app it asks me to subscribe and will not let me view any content because I have allegedly passed my limit of free content. This is actually the SECOND time I have experienced a problem like this with The New Yorker. I so very much want to be a regular reader. But it seems like the morons who run Condé Nast’s digital operation can’t get their most basic act together. So my recommendation is to save yourself time and money and go somewhere else.
What happened to the table of contents and the contributors? They’re essential parts of the magazine.
Cannot get app and digital subscription to sync. I just read the hard copy.
I’m a subscriber to the paper & digital magazine, yet when I go on the digital, I’m always told that I ‘ve read my limit of free articles. Yet when I try to link the subscriptions I’m told I’m already linked up. Very frustrating!
Growing up with out cable tv but a coffee table full of periodicals this establishment has got to be one of the most influential sources of real fact checked news. I’ve usually been one to read the print edition strictly, and only rely on the apps when a story was so compelling I had to read it before the print ed hit my mailbox. Now it’s imperative to read the daily on any device since Ronan Farrow’s work is available here among other the important authors.
I haven’t seen anything crash like this since 7.2 on the mac.
When reading a long article my iPhone X eventually runs extremely slowly and at a very, very hot temperature. The scrolling then becomes slow and painful and I have to switch to the website. I think something is programmed inefficiency as it should be so taxing on a modern smartphone.