Consider the options carefully before deciding one way or another.You may prefer to wait until your personal subscription period is over and then move to the academic pass. Site license access does not include the tablet apps.Due to technical reasons, however, previously registered users may still be limited to 5 articles over the life of the 364 day pass.Once they renew, however, the access will be as described. Yes, as long as you have registered using your Earlham email address and obtained your Academic Pass. There are mobile apps for i Phone/i Pod Touch (IOS 5.0 ), Android (OS 2.1 ), and Windows (7.5 O.At its highest point, in May 2015, the app had 334,000 unique users.In a memo, Kinsey Wilson, the Times’ executive vice president for product and technology, and David Perpich, the Times’ senior vice president for product, said that the lessons learned from NYT Now already influence other Times products: While NYT Now attracted a loyal following, these broader gains demonstrated that we did not need a separate lower-priced or limited free offering in the marketplace to drive growth.
NYT Now averaged 257,000 unique users over the past three months, the Times reported.When registering for the academic passes, students will be asked to provide their anticipated graduation date.Students will not have to re-authenticate for their pass until that date.Please note that access does not include e-reader editions, Premium Crosswords or The New York Times Crosswords apps. Access to archived articles within the date range 1923-1980 is limited.You must have a valid email address from Earlham College to participate.