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The New York Times

The New York Times

by The New York Times Company

NOOK Newspaper

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The New York Times Daily Newspaper 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 685 reviews.
TessElizabeth More than 1 year ago
I was a little dubious about subscribing to this paper after reading these reviews. It seemed like people with NookColor liked the product only okay, and I couldn't get a real sense of whether people with regular Nooks liked it. Thank goodness for the 14 free trial days. That is why I gave the paper a chance, and I'm so glad I did. FYI: I truly didn't get charged until 14 days later. This paper is so easy to read on my B&W Nook. No fussing with the unruly paper edition while trying to drink your coffee. No need to put your subscription on hold if you go out of town. I really like the format, too. You can skip to different sections using the touch pad. You can scroll through the articles titles (complete with mini-synopsis an picture) until you find one you'd like to read through. Not to mention all the trees you'll save! Totally worth the $20. I'd recommend this to anyone. And if you have a regular Nook, rest assured that you will enjoy this product just as much as anyone with a NookColor--perhaps even more!
crossword_lover More than 1 year ago
I find the navigation and everything pretty good. There are some formatting issues, such as question marks instead of bullet points. The major downside is not having the crossword puzzle that the NY times is famous for. For $20 per month, I'd like to start seeing this.
Leo_C More than 1 year ago
The content is great and downloading is always accomplished flawlessly. A magazine style layout would make a great difference navegating. Overall very satisfied, there is no question The New York Times is a great newspaper.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This new format gives me a great reading experience. I like it, I quite like it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Contrary to what most people are saying to the new format, I happen to like the new changes to the newspaper. It really looks good.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The NY Times on Nook hit a grand slam with the new changes. I love being able to see the images and layout of the print edition with such fine detail! Thank you for redesigning this app!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The New York Times is one of our nation's best newspaper. But the Nook edition has been delivered on an increasingly unreliable basis, frequently not arriving until mid-day.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Getting used to digital has been a bit of trial. Digital has some advantages. For instance, I read through an entire digital article more frequently than reading in the dead tree edition, which means I get a bit more from the morning paper. I guess I jump around much less on the Nook. It is much harder to browse. Also pesky is trying to skip away from a story that I choose not to dig any further into. Also a frustration is that many accompanying data graphics and many of the Times' wonderful pictures are not included in the nook edition. But what really could be a deal breaker for someone considering whether to jump into a digital subscription, is sometimes (way too often!) the latest edition simply does not arrive. The first time it took almost all day for it to be delivered, and only after frustrating calls to "customer service." The last time was actually today, and now late into the evening, still no paper. Folk considering a purchase should be aware of this very annoying side of the digital edition.
sb7693 More than 1 year ago
Comprehensive and interesting articles, highly recommend even for those outside the east coast.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If the NYT is not automatically downloaded to your Nook in the morning, click on My Library and then click Check for new B&N content. This works for me every time there is a late delivery issue. I had been so frustrated until I found this. Now I have zero complaints - no recyling, always available, no ink on fingers. It's great.
ctucker10 More than 1 year ago
I wanted to like this publication. Unfortunately, the publisher has decided not to include the Technology section. I find it ironic that I cannot read a review of the Nook Simple Touch Reader on the Nook Simple Touch Reader edition of NYT!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For some reason Barnes and Noble went from showing NYT as individual articles that you could click on, organized by section and article-- now, for some reason, only an image of the entire print version of the newspaper is available. So you have to enlarge images of the print version to read it. My Nook cannot handle all of the memory required to do it that way and either crashes or is so cumbersome to handle, I just end up reading online. I was very disappointed with the change.
PumpkinLI More than 1 year ago
Unbelievable how people are complaining about the new format. B&N congratulations! Now we can appreciate viewing the actual print format. ,
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am glad that BN allows for 14 day free trials of newspapers because I would have been disappointed had I purchased it. The New York Times description says you can customize margins and font size, when in reality you cannot. In addition it says you can read a whole article on one page, which is also untrue. It says you can pinch to zoom in, which is true but it caps off at a size where you cant read certain print. Seems as though nothing beats a paper publication. I am very dissatisfied with my purchase of a nook ereader thus far.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've disappointed during the last week or so that the "most emailed" section has disappeared. Is that just a glitch - will it be coming back?
BenHead More than 1 year ago
Overall it's a very good edition. Note that the e-reader edition is basically what's in that day's PRINT version, which means some articles may show up later than they do on the web. For example, science articles may appear on the web any time, but will be in the Science section on Tuesdays. I really don't like the NY Times apps, plus this subscription lets me read offline much more easily than with the apps. Note you'll also get full access to the website (including the mobile version of the site, but not the apps - the Times really needs to simplify their subscription model) with this subscription, so you'll still have access to that content. All that said, the big improvements that could be made are in the areas of media and web integration. There's at most one picture per article, and this often omits informative graphics; even when one of those is included, it's usually too low-res to read. It shouldn't be difficult to include all the same photos and graphics from the print edition, at a resolution that'd be legible when it fills the device's screen. For other media, like audio and video present on the web site, it would be nice if there were convenient links to this for those of us reading on a tablet-style device. In a similar vein, a feature to share an article by sending a link to the web version via email, Twitter, etc. would be really cool.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Don't ever subscribe to this or anyother nook newspaper. Impossible to cancel. Won't let you cancel on B & N and if you call they tell you to go to B&N. Huge scam.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Typically, two or three issues a week don't arrive in my Nook until late in the day, which makes them practically useless. If Nook were my paper boy, I'd fire him.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Worst feature: Very very very shoddy timing with uploading the paper. The Sunday Times usually loads up closer to noon than not and sometimes the daily loads hrs late - very odd. Maybe the guy that is hired to push the "load" button oversleeps or has gone fishing? All I know is I'm up at 6am - the paper is done the night before, why is it not ava. ?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This subscription is not at all tied to the NY Times website, so it gives you zero access to the site or the NY Times apps. What you get is a very print-like experience. Little interactivity, poor navigation, no real added functionality above being easier to carry and more annyong to use than a newspaper. A ripoff at $20 per month.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like to buy specific days of the New York Times so that option is great. However I have realized that in these editions some of the details in the paper are missing - for example, there are no recipes in the Dining & Wine section. I would be happier if that was available.
Jane Mehrens 3 months ago
I can't access my NYT subscription on my computer although I can on my NOOK> ??? Janie M
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Nice e-presentation.