The New York Times has redesigned its Android app and added new features including a new design, the ability to dictate comments using voice, passive customization of a users’ most visited blogs, an updated widget, and more intuitive navigation using the action bar.
“Our new action bar is based on native Android design standards that users know and expect,” explained Alexandra Hardiman, director of mobile products at The New York Times. “It’s more visible and present on section fronts and allows users to access our sections easily and intuitively.”
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