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I originally wrote this as a one star review due to a outage-like event over the 2014 Labor Day weekend. You may see one star reviews left over from this event, with review authors assuming the change in service was permanent. That's a backhanded tribute to the consistent good service experienced over the past several years. We, including me, weren't used to there being a problem, and so assumed the worst.
Update 9/4/14: After checking some recent reviews and reading that the blog had been restored, I re-subscribed. It's back to being one of the best values out there.
It pumps news stories to the Kindle every 3-4 hours, and the stories appear to be comprehensive, well-written, each about 1000 words long, and there are approximately 8-12 headlines active at a time. So, it is not the NY Times newspaper itself regarding content amount, but getting thousands of words of up to date info effortlessly every few hours, 24/7, is well worth the $1.99 monthly. The stories are more timely than even the NY Times subscription newspaper.
I have used the experimental web feature of the Kindle to secure news stories, and while that works also, it is more cumbersome, slower, takes more clicks of the wheel, and it not a neat and tidy as having active headlines 24/7 "pushed" to the device.
I did the trial subscription to Reuters headlines and found it far inferior to the NY Times Headlines for content, photos, navigability, and writing quality. Try both the Times and the Reuters and the difference will stun you.
The NY Times blog even has photos for almost every article that are good quality, and is easy to navigate and read. Highly recommended.
Unfortunately, I may be canceling it again because of download issues on the Amazon side. It worked fine in the beginning and the new edition was there when I opened it in the morning. It doesn't take long, though, for that to stop. There have been a couple days where the new edition never came and too many days where it arrived as I was going to bed. The day's news do me no good at the end of the day when they are no longer relevant or I am too tired to read.
I've tried the resets and updates and syncing to no avail. If they get this worked out, I'll be back. It's a great deal.
I had just subscribed to this and was enjoying the daily headlines AND stories, but I see no point in paying just to read a few headlines. Too bad they (Times and Amazon) ruined a good thing.
All you people wondering what is wrong with this, I called Amazon Kindle support on 9/2 and she said they will look into it but until now they have not had any complaints about the service/lack of service and were not aware of any problem. Apparently the sudden glut of one star reviews didn't trigger any warning at Amazon. If we are lucky it is a support problem rather than a downgrade on the product. Call/e-mail/chat with Amazon if you have time and let them know there is a problem.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Updates on an irregular basis. Two or three days behind. Totally unreliable.Published 21 days ago by DMA
Unfortunately, this latest new version no longer updates on a daily basis. After having this subscription since 2008, I had to cancel because after number attempts, Amazon... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Amazon Customer
The subscription is inexpensive, but not worth money because updates are infrequent . Today is May 27. The last update was May 21.Published 1 month ago by Kat
What's the deal? The blog post has been consistently a day or two behind schedule. It used to update several times a day. I get the Friday briefing on Saturday morning. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dawal
It is now May 11. Have had no Latest News updates since May 8! And the FBI Director has been fired. No latest News? What's going on?Published 1 month ago by R.
I've been a subscriber since my 1st Gen Kindle and it was my habit to read it each night to catch up on the days events. Read morePublished 2 months ago by M.S.F.
recently began having problems with lack of daily updates. not the first time. happened last year. looks like i will cancel the NYTimes.Published 4 months ago by jaf
This subscription is an incredible bargain. Every morning you get a generous selection of articles from the New York Times, one of the best newspapers in the world. Read morePublished 6 months ago by DJP