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Old 11-01-2012, 06:46 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by vxf View Post
You can get a free two-week trial for most of the big newspapers and magazines. I was skeptical too, but I actually find it a pleasant read.
If available I'll experiment with the trial. No question, E Ink would be preferred. Alas, the Kindle version is not included in the digital subscription of my newspaper (NY Times), in other words, I would have to cancel my existing subscription before switching over to the Kindle.

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Actually, due to the fact that the file is pre-loaded, it is a much smoother and faster 'flipping through pages' than if you use the WSJ or FT apps on tablets - which are usually downloading in the background while you try to read and constantly hiccup.
Fortunately the NYT Android App downloads updated content in one batch (optionally including image thumbnails).
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