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The New York Times is one of the nation's leading sources of news, and its website is one a great extension of that. As people continue to work longer hours, travel farther to work, and try to pack every day full of things to do, it can be a little hard to find time to sit down and read the paper or browse the web. The Times has developed an Android application [Market link] that brings you its content in a very professional, easy to read manner. Let's take a look, after the break.

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Often times content within an application can be hidden behind extra fluff, and can be a bit of a pain to navigate.  The N.Y. Times application opens to a clean view of the latest news, which is great for helping readers keep informed with bold headlines and then the opening line of the article. Accessing other news feeds from the latest news view is rather simple, with a very nice, fluent pull down menu that can be used, which reveals a breakdown of further categories. The application divides other news by subcategories, such as sports, real estate, travel, technology and many more. Beyond the various subcategories, the application itself is rather simplistic, as there are no options for customization. Pressing the menu button will merely reveal the option to access the various sections, or view the about details of the application. The application allows sharing of these articles with a simple press of the menu while reading, making it easy to share the application via email or through a social networking outlet.

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While on the go, having the NY Times application installed on your Android device will save tons of time, and assist in keeping informed on all the latest news and events occurring. This information packed, easy to use application is available in the Android Market for free, so take a peek and keep informed with all the current headlines.

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There are 14 comments

etownpal says:

Awesome... been waiting for this.

MikeOM says:

Agreed this looks good

aubiker says:

I've been waiting for this! Awesome!

aubiker says:

But where's the code? I know - just look it up in the market.

ashton2091 says:

market link not working for me. searches, but no record of the app

fupamobile says:

thats just what we need. conveniance of brainwashing directly on our phones.... drones...

Wow now you can get all the news/leftist propaganda they could make up directly, its like Pravda without the excuse of being at gunpoint.

grhellen says:

Cool. Now all I need is an NPR app and a HuffPo app and a MSDNC app and a....

ecobranon says:

grhellen

I am not sure if you were joking..but there is already a NPR app and Huffington Post app.

LOL

Voted the number one and number two best apps by readers of 'Chairman Mao's words of freedom' blog...

I don't see "politics" in the title of this website. It's ridiculous that you feel it is necessary to make some "boo anything not ultra-conservative" statement.

How can an app for an agenda driven leftist propaganda mill like the NYT not be political?

By "not ultra-conservative" Do you mean a center/center-right source like Fox News?

The fact that the far left is so dramatically over represented in the main stream media doesn't change where the middle ground is, if anything it reinforces it. Maybe this will help... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7M-7LkvcVw

It's an app for one of the most widely read papers in the country. I'm sure if WSJ came out with an official app they would cover it too.

Also, I'd rather not get my information from an organization who considers fluoridation of water a communist plot (The John Birch Society).

It's 2.0+ only. Seriously, it's a frickin' news app. How is it so special that it can't run on 1.5? This and the twitter app. Moto needs to get me my 2.1 on the cliq.