The New York Times

The New York Times

By The New York Times Company

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2008-07-11
  • Current Version: 7.11.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 140.71 MB
  • Developer: The New York Times Company
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 245,854 Ratings


Stay up to date wherever you go. Enjoy award-winning journalism with the NYT app for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Features: • News alerts: Get notified of major developing stories, and tailor alerts to topics of interest • Multitasking: on an iPad? Get caught up on the day’s headlines while also working in other apps • Morning & evening briefings: Start and end your day with a tip sheet compiled by Times journalists • The Daily 360: Watch a new 360 video every day from Times reporters around the world • Podcasts: Listen to audio series including The Daily and Modern Love • Save articles to read later on any of your devices • Customize your list of favorite sections and blogs • Exclusive videos and award-winning photography Apple Watch Features: • Catch up quickly by reading today's headlines. • Receive alerts when big news breaks. • Use Handoff to continue reading on your iPhone, or touch Save for Later to build a personal reading list. The NYT 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, with a Times Digital Subscription. Subscribe now and your first week is free.* 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. Your payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew each month or year 24-hours before the end of the current period, and your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Privacy Policy: Terms of Service: Questions Concerns? Please contact us at or (800) 591-9233. We respond to every inquiry. * Promotional offers for new subscribers only. Not valid for Digital Access $129.99 per year subscription option. Smartphone and tablet apps are not supported on all devices. + Smartphone Apps, + Tablet Apps and Digital Access subscriptions do not include e-reader editions. Prices shown are in U.S. dollars. Other restrictions apply.



  • New App is Too Cluttered

    By Rugelime
    I prefer the old NY Times app to the new one. It is less cluttered and stories are easier to find. Instead, in the new app I am bombarded with too much information on the screen at one time. I will continue to use the old app for as long as I can.
  • Takes forever

    By InvestrRdr
    If I actually want to READ an article, the new app takes FOREVER to load it, making it useless. Why fix something that (mostly) wasn't broken??
  • New updated app

    By Liverdocjb
    The new version, compared with the previous one, is so inferior and much more difficult to navigate. It begs the question of why was the last version so terrible. If it were not for the fact that this is The New York Times, I would disable.
  • Hate It! The Worst!

    By AllCarsEatGas
    The original app was and is far superior. Fire the idiots who thought this was an improvement, clearly they are incompetent. The Gray Lady is blushing at what you’ve done to tart her up. The NYT should never have been made into this trollop.
  • New app is a bummer

    By Popgirrrrl
    I’m not sure who thought that not putting the editorial journalists names next to the headline in the opinion section was a good idea. The previous apps iteration was very clean and easy to navigate. This one feels like it’s trying to hard to be like many other news apps that simply feel cluttered. Bitterly disappointed
  • Scroll scroll scroll scroll

    By longg time reader
    I come to the NYT to read news, not giant photos. Big step backward. And what’s with the save and send icons on EVERY Story’s headline. I think most people want to at least start reading a story before deciding to save or send it. Don’t you? Way too much white space. Can’t wait for the next version... how about the last version!
  • Sigh

    By duke hab
    I guess , after 85 years of the Grey Lady, and all the news that’s fit to print, I fear that my favorite paper is but a sagging shadow of its former self. More of a women’s magazine than a national newspaper of record. I’m sad, but I quit. Farewell.
  • They ruined the website, now they’ve ruined the app

    By this nickname not available
    This is a complete step back from the old app, which was much easier to use. I’ve practically given up using the website, and had relied more and more on the app. So much for that idea. The new app is taking its cue from the new website: organize nothing, just randomly post stuff in no, particular order. What a shame. I may, finally, have to give up on the NYT. 🙁
  • Clunky and full of ads

    By JFMFL
    The new NYT app is clunky and hard to use. Instead of scrolling through the whole paper, you have to keep going back to the menu to change sections. Combine that with massive obnoxious banner adds, I have to ask - what on earth am I getting for my subscription?
  • The Buzzfeed version of the Times

    By BOBO-lingo
    It is a shame that the paper of record for the country has decided to move toward bullet points, lists, and lots of colorful pictures and graphics in their app. It feels like reading USA Today. I get the print version, but often end up reading on the (old) app because of the convenience. But reading on this new app feels like reading a Buzzfeed version of the Times. The hierarchy of stories featured doesn’t make sense, and it seems set up to encourage readers just to skim bullet points. Also, on the old app, there was a continuous scroll through the sections, but with this new version one has to go to the menu and select different sections. It is unfortunate, and I lament that I have to give up the app. But the WSJ and the Guardian are still friendly to the serious reader.