To log in to the NYTimes app, follow the steps below: 1.With the NYTimes app open, tap the settings button in the top right corner. In the Settings area, tap Log In or Create an Account. On the Log In screen, enter the email address and password associated with your digital subscription and then tap Log In.Twitter accounts can still be used to create new profiles, but are no longer required.In addition, users can change their profile picture using i Phone's built-in camera or uploading a photo from Camera Roll.Introducing The New York Times Cooking app for i OS.Browse, search and save more than 17,000 recipes from The New York Times, featuring beautiful photography, and easy-to-follow instructions.
Finally, with new profile creation options, allowing anyone with a phone number to sign up and use the app.
Yes, I know it uses battery power, but I can't stand having to unlock my phone 50 times to check the recipe while I am making something. New York City is full of brilliant chefs and bakers.
I mean, while I am trussing a chicken or kneading a sticky dough, I would prefer to just glance at the recipe instead of tapping in my password. If your recipes are thriving in the city that never sleeps, then you must be doing something right. I use this all the time and love it, but my kids can't download the app because for some kooky reason it is rated as having explicit content. 😂One thing is desperately needs is a way to add tags to saved recipes from other sites (you can't search for them) and a "recently viewed" section to quickly find a recipe you've been working on.
our goal of reaching a wider and younger audience." It's been reported that the paper secured just 20,000 or so NYT Now subscriptions, and a representative has confirmed that "the majority" of the app's core users had full New York Times subscriptions. Select articles from the paper make it into the app, and are presented with not just a headline and a photo, but also a couple of bullet points of key facts and a custom sub-headline.
In addition to choosing and commentating on stories that get posted to the app, NYT Now's editors highlight stories from around the web. There will be roughly 10 stories from the paper in the app at any one time, down from a maximum of 25 stories in the original app.
Full digital subscriptions cost between $15 and $35 per month.