The New York Times have officially announced The New York Times App for BlackBerry 10! With the app BlackBerry 10 users can read top news articles on their device for free. If you have a New York Times subscription you can read even more stories right from the application.
With the BlackBerry 10 New York Times app you can share stories you’re reading via BBM, Email, Twitter, Facebook, etc. This makes this even easier to share with your friends! Check out the press release below for more!
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The New York Times (NYTimes.com) today launched a news application for BlackBerry® 10, which delivers the latest news and award-winning journalism of The New York Times, designed and formatted for optimal reading for BlackBerry 10 smartphones.
“We’re very excited to have The New York Times bring their news app to the BlackBerry 10 platform at launch”
The new app introduces a refined interface that incorporates native BlackBerry 10 features, such as the intuitive BlackBerry flow as well as a compelling design and layout.
The New York Times app includes more than 25 sections news, information and opinion, videos, slide shows, graphics and blogs. Notable features include offline reading, cross-platform article save, breaking news alerts and a full set of share options for articles and multimedia across social media, e-mail and the popular BlackBerry® Messenger (BBMTM) app.
The app offers in-app authentication for subscribers for a streamlined reading experience. Non-subscribers can access the Top News section for free and can purchase digital subscriptions within the app for full access.
Denise Warren, general manager, NYTimes.com and Senior Vice President and Chief Advertising Officer, The New York Times Media Group said, “The native functionality of this new app makes it easy for BlackBerry 10 customers to uncover the layers of content available on NYTimes.com and share that content for a seamless and rich mobile experience.”
“We’re very excited to have The New York Times bring their news app to the BlackBerry 10 platform at launch,” said Martyn Mallick, Vice President of Global Alliances and Business Development at Research In Motion. “The New York Times news app takes advantage of the unique developer conventions and frameworks in BlackBerry 10 to deliver a great app for information-hungry customers with quick and easy navigation and the ability to instantly share with any of your contacts.”