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NYTimes - Latest News 6.19.4
NYTimes Chinese Edition 2.8
On June 28, 2012, The New York Timesintroduced a beta version of a new online Chinese-language editiondesigned to bring New York Times journalism to China. The Web site,http://cn.nytimes.com, continues to grow in scope andfunctionality.The goal of the new site is to provide China’s growing number ofeducated, affluent, global citizens with high-quality coverage ofworld affairs, business and culture.The site is edited specifically for readers in China, presentingtranslations of the best of The Times’s award-winning journalismalongside original work by Chinese writers contributing to TheTimes. The New York Times is committed to serving readers aroundthe world with journalism of the highest quality.
NYT VR – Virtual Reality 2.5.3
Through virtual reality on Android and Daydream-enabled devices,The New York Times puts you at the center of the stories that onlywe can tell.From embedding with Iraqi forces as they fight toretake Falluja from ISIS to climbing the spire of the World TradeCenter with professional mountaineer Jimmy Chin or setting foot onthe alien world of Pluto, NYT VR delivers on the promise of VR tobring you to places you can’t normally go.Experience ouraward-winning virtual reality films by New York Times journalistsin an immersive 360-degree video experience. For the most immersiveNYT VR experience, watch our VR films with Google Cardboard. If youdon’t have one, you can still watch our VR stories on yoursmartphone. We’ll be posting new virtual reality films every monthor so.App Features:* Exclusive 360 videos for Cardboard orsmartphone-only mode* Push notifications when new films launch*Option to stream or download films* Spatial audio* DaydreamenabledHave feedback? Need help? Email [email protected] VR isoptimized for Google Cardboard V2.
NYTimes - Crossword 1.6.5
Solve and enjoy the same puzzles printed in the daily newspaper inthis app built by The New York Times.Start playing with unlimitedaccess to the daily puzzles for seven days. After that, subscribefor full access to The Crossword on your Android device and atNYTimes.com.PLAY ANYWHEREA subscription to The Crossword gives youaccess to our puzzles anywhere you care to solve them. Just createan account (or connect an existing one) and take your progress withyou across any number of devices, or on the web atnytimes.com/crossword.DAILY PUZZLEThe daily puzzle is released at10 p.m. E.T. the evening before appearing in the paper. (6 p.m.E.T. on weekends). The puzzles get much harder as the weekprogresses; warm up with a Monday and try powering all the waythrough to the extra-large Sunday puzzle!MINI PUZZLEMini puzzlesare short, sweet and available every day without a subscription!Get a quick crossword fix when you don't have time for a full-sizepuzzle.PUZZLE PACKSDownload these themed puzzles and add them toyour collection. The first puzzle in each pack is free to play.We’re adding new content all the time, so check back often for newpacks!SUBSCRIPTION BENEFITSGet unlimited access to the dailypuzzles with a seven-day trial. Subscribers get access to hundredsof minis and over 20 years’ worth of classic puzzles from ourarchives. We offer an annual subscription at $39.95/year and amonthly subscription at $6.95/month. These will automatically renewunless canceled at least 24 hours prior to expiration, but you candisable this at any time from your Google Play accountsettings.Questions? Suggestions? Issues? Please contact us [email protected] or through the feedback option in the app.Your feedback is important to us, and we’ll do our best to assistyou.Please note: A New York Times Crossword subscription does notinclude access to any other New York Times products, including butnot limited to NYTimes.com or mobile news content, e-readereditions, Times Insider, or other apps on non-Android devices.
T Brand Studio AR 1.02
The feature film, “Hidden Figures,” inspired this Augmented Realityapp and brings to life virtual statues of the film’s compellingcharacters - Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson and Dorothy Vaughan.In the 1950s, these incredible women helped NASA launch the U.S.into space with their calculations. Use this Augmented Reality appto discover the remarkable contributions made by these women andothers.Grab your phone and explore your city with Augmented Realityto uncover these influential stories!- Atlanta- Boston- Chicago-Dallas- Houston- Los Angeles- New York City- Philadelphia- SanFrancisco- Washington D.C.Users not located in these cities canlearn more about these inspiring women directly on the app.This appwas produced in partnership with IBM.The news and editorial staffsof The New York Times had no role in the creation of this app orits content.Terms of Service:http://www.nytimes.com/ref/membercenter/help/agree.htmlPrivacyPolicy: http://www.nytimes.com/privacy