NYer Print Edition

NYer Print Edition

By Condé Nast Digital

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2010-09-27
  • Current Version: 5.3
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 19.95 MB
  • Developer: Condé Nast Digital
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.80844
From 32,595 Ratings



The NYer Print Edition app brings you each week’s issue, along with every past issue of the magazine since 2013. The New Yorker informs, enlightens, and delights, with a unique blend of in-depth reporting, long-form narrative, political commentary, cultural criticism, humor, fiction, poetry, and visual storytelling. Founded in 1925, it is one of the most influential magazines in the world—renowned for its great writing, rigorous reporting, and sophisticated coverage of news and culture, nationally and internationally. With its unique breadth of talented writers, The New Yorker sets the standard for journalistic and literary excellence. There is nothing else quite like it, anywhere. If you are a New Yorker subscriber, you already have unlimited access to the NYer Print Edition app. Download the app, and follow the prompts to link your account. If you have any questions about the NYer Print Edition app, please contact us at 1-800-967-2082. AUTOMATIC RENEWAL: Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your iTunes account will be charged at the same price for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period (another year for annual subscribers, another month for monthly subscribers) unless you change your subscription preferences in your account settings. You can manage your subscriptions through your account settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. For more information, please go to www.newyorker.com/go/appCDS. Annual and monthly subscriptions are available. The New Yorker is published 47 times a year. Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy can be found at http://www.condenast.com/privacy-policy.


  • It’s The New Yorker

    By Grannieita
    There is nothing more to say - probably the best magazine in the country!
  • New Yorker on line

    By Native Daytonian
    The writing, is, as always, superlative. The web site is cranky, continually asking me to sign in (after I have checked “stay signed in”). Recently, the issue on line does not contain all the articles that are present in the print issue. I have sent in many emails to the service site, asking for the technical problems to be remedied. They are remedied for a few months, and then the errors return. This magazine deserves technically better on line presence.
  • The worst ever.

    By Post, not!
    I it
  • Consistently the best writing found anywhere

    By Arnsson
    I have been reading TNY for at least 57 years. It has consistently been the venue for the best writing, and cartoons. I have found nothing that approaches it.
  • App has been going backwards

    By when will they QA this crap
    It doesn’t come back to the same place I left off. I can’t delete old issues. I am trying to catch up reading and it’s almost impossible to figure out where I am. Crashes when I open the September 28th issue. Cancelled my subscription because they made it so. completely. Broken.
  • After 15 Months Still The Worst Magazine App

    By dawgxx
    Even the review app doesn’t work. no bookmarks, graphics the size of ants, weekly events with no dates, cartoons that repeat week after week. Well I just don’t know. Sorry about typos. I am entering information on a blank screen.
  • New Yorker App does what is supposed to do, well

    By Kopfschlag
  • Can’t miss

    By flame1948
    I love reading the New Yorker. It makes my day.
  • Great magazine, clumsy app

    By hr60
    I’ve been a New Yorker subscriber for many decades. My spouse reads the print edition, and I read the electronic edition on my iPad. The new app is a significant step backwards. It preserves its predecessor's inadequacies: Bookmarks (previously called "favorites") work only for entire articles, not for words or phrases in an article. This usage of the term "bookmark" is highly unconventional. There's no indication of print-edition page boundaries, which makes it hard to follow along in New Yorker meet-up discussions. The new app's designers have come up with some new annoyances: The print edition's table of contents is no longer available. Bookmark navigation is confusing. When I finish reading an article which I reached via a bookmark, swiping left or right takes me not to neighboring articles in the same issue, but to neighboring articles in my bookmark list. It would be more convenient at that point to have an option to display bookmarks, but for the default to be the normal transition to neighboring articles in the same issue. The new app's designers seem to think that everyone reads every entire article in one sitting—the app usually forgets my place in an article. This behavior is especially annoying when I accidentally swipe slightly to the left or right of straight up and inadvertently open the preceding or following article; when I correct the error, the original article opens not where I left it but at the top 😡. I hope the next revision of this app will be along soon, and that it will live up to the very high standards of its content.
  • Excellent reporting

    By Dc piano student
    Outstanding reporting and great movie reviews.