New York Times’ Windows 8 App Now Has a 30-day Free Trial
A while ago, we were sharing with you the news that the official Windows 8 app for the New York Times had received an important updated that brought Windows 8.1 support. If you download the app now, you will be able to enjoy a 30-day free trial to follow the news that matter
The Windows 8 New York Times app has been accessible in the Windows Store for a while now (download link at the end of the article), but, of course, in order to be able to read as much as you wanted to, you had to have an active, paid subscription. Now, you can enjoy the official New York Times newspaper for Windows 8 completely free for an entire month. Previously, you could have read only 3 free articles per day.
30 days of free New York Times on your Windows 8 tablet
The New York Times app for Windows 8 is free to download and all users can access up to three free articles per day, from any section or subscribe for unlimited access to award-winning journalism. Subscribers get full access to over 25 sections plus unlimited access to NYTimes.com on any device. Existing subscribers with NYTimes.com + Tablet Apps or All Digital Access can simply log in to get full access to this app as part of their existing subscription.
However, in order to benefit from the deal, you will need to subscribe to the New York Times newspaper and provide your credit card information. So, you will need to make sure to cancel the subscription after 30 days, as it will automatically get renewed. By downloading the app and trying out the 30-days free trial version, you will get unlimited access to all the newspaper articles, updates and photos and content from special sections like the New York Times Magazine on Sundays, special-edition T Magazine and the Sunday Book Review. Follow the link from below to get it.
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