NYTimes App Coming Soon?

It sounds like we might be getting an official NYTimes application for Android any day now.  According to Google Mobile OS, a demo for a NYTimes app was found on the Nexus One YoutTube channel.  Unfortunately, the video cannot be found any longer.  On a positive note, an FAQ page has made its way online with some interesting questions that give insight into the app.

Some of the features we can gather include the ability to change font size, share via twitter and facebook, and read offline with caching.  The free app will be available via the Android Market and nytimes.com/androidapp whenever it goes live.

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11 Comments

  1. m3 ds real
    April 26, 07:00 Reply

    NYT is a great, easy to use and read app.It lets me email, text, tweet and publish articles to Facebook…I think its enough for me.

  2. webby
    April 26, 12:30 Reply

    Don't read the Old Grey Whore … Don't care …

  3. webby
    April 26, 12:30 Reply

    Don't read the Old Grey Whore … Don't care …

  4. formerN1user
    April 26, 21:54 Reply

    That would be nice to have, that was a something I missed when using the N1 compared to my ipod touch.

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