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What's New in Version 4.2.5
Bug fixes and improvements
Customer ReviewsI am consistently amazed by how awful this app is
The New Yorker finally supports the iPhone 5 screen (one year late) and yet still takes up a good portion of the screen with a pointless header and footer for extras and sharing. I subscribe the New Yorker for the text. Please let us read the text without obstruction!
...MoreStill not working
Still get an endless loop about Connecting to iTunes to turn on Push Notifications. Haven't been able to access the actual content of the magazine for four weeks now...
...MoreThis version is still junk
I wrote the paragraph below for the last update and they updated this on 10/9 and not one thing has changed. Scroll to the middle of an article, put in landscape and then portrait mode and you are back at the beginning of the article. Junk.
Same problems as everyone else - constantly going to the beginning of the article, so you always lose your place. From day one this has needed a brightness control like other e-reader apps, and now with iOS7 it is almost impossible to hit and swipe up the control center to change brightness. Sometimes it works, sometimes you get their control to move through the magazine. Also seems to sign you out randomly.
Do not try, like I did, to go back to the previous version using Time Machine The issues after this update are not compatible with the previous version of the app!