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The New York Times - Latest News Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
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.
many of the other blogs i tried are just a heap of varying-quality unhelpfully-titled material dumped onto your kindle that you have to time-consumingly pick through for any satisfaction.
i can't wait to see what they do when there is a firestorm of fresh news - such as will happen at the time of the dem/rep conventions, election day or say when CA has our expected uber-earthquake (assuming i manage to put my kindle & desiccants in a ziploc bag with a solar-powered charger in time).
Note: Amazon frequently updates the presentation and functionality of Kindle blogs and periodicals, so as this review gets older, it may no longer accurately describe the current version of this product.
Also, it refreshes and deletes itself, i.e. it requires no management. I love that!
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Would be 5 stars but stopped reliable daily updating for the last week or so. This happens about once a year and it's a bit frustrating.Published 8 hours ago by emo
Not worth it, only get the blog not the entire newspaper. Canceled right afterPublished 6 months ago by Samatha
THIS IS THE BEST NEWS BLOG AVAILABLE ANYWHERE BY ANY NEWS ORGANIZATION!!! I HAVE BEEN SUBSCRIBING TO THE NYT'S LATEST NEWS FOR YEARS. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Kindle Customer
Once upon a time this blog was up to date -- the news was today's news -- and I liked it a lot. Now it is always a day old and useless. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Andrew M. Klein
I have just started "Latest News" so I will likely be doing an update in the months ahead. Let me begin by stating that I was thrilled to discover it possible to get a... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Michael Grogan
Loved receiving late breaking NYT news for years. Now my news updates average a week late! What has happened? How can I fix this ? To whom should I turn?Published 14 months ago by Pamela McLaurin
Terrible news source and not delivered as promised. The early morning edition contained only news stories from the night before and the 6:00 am rundown arrived anytime between... Read morePublished 15 months ago by L. Watts