New York Times

The New York Times is changing access to its stories in its Android application. Previously, non-subscribers could only read from the "Top News" section of the app. Starting June 27, non-subscribers can read three stories a day from any of the more than 25 sections in the app. You'll also be able to browser the section fronts and article summaries. 

The Times is offering a 7-day, all-access free trial if you download the current version of the Android app.

More: NYT subscription rates; Press release

 
There are 8 comments

neonworm says:

There is a spelling error in the word the :)

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TheDu9du says:

Phil wants to offer the same billion dollar contribution the napster founder gave to The Facebook

fuzzylumpkin says:

Nah, it's spelled correctly, it's English (tehinernetz), just like people who speak English (United States) can't spell words like colour, cheque or aluminium. :p

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trekmario says:

Lol they can keep it .

taylorz_412 says:

Lol +1

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planoman says:

No thank you. No really...

Notus says:

New York Times, isn't that one of those things made out of ground up trees?

icebike says:

That and a hopelessly biased view point. With a sprinkle of plagiarism thrown in.