The Time Reader 2.0 For New York Times
New York Times is America’s daily newspaper for the past one hundred years. The group takes the digitalized version of the newspaper to the next level. It has recently launched the latest version of the Time Reader. It is built on the interface of Adobe.
The latest Time Reader 2.0 supports multiple platforms and adds some extra features to its earlier version. The advantage of the new version over its predecessor is that the interface is better designed, and is cleaner and neater like its navigation. This application helps in making the reading of the digitalized version of the newspaper as convenient as the original version.
Users of this application can change pages or articles by using the arrow keys present at the lower part of its page. It provides you with the same experience as that of reading the physical version of the newspaper.
The Time Reader 2.0 is compatible with almost all Operating Systems like Mac, Linux and all versions of Windows. The application can be downloaded for free from Here
The free version allows users to go through some of the sections of the newspaper. These free sections include the cover page of the newspaper and the Business Day. For enjoying and accessing the full content of the newspaper users have to pay $14.95 as the monthly subscription fee. The application fee is still lower than the subscription fee of the physical newspaper. The application keeps news for up to seven days and is easy to access.
Provision to Read Newspapers Related To Our History Provided By Google in Their Actual Format
Many of us have some interests like collecting old coins, currencies of different countries, stamp collecting, and collection of antiques. It’s not so easy to know how newspapers used to be in old historic times.
Google provides a facility to go through all such historic newspapers which reveal how communities used to be in those days. Also we can collect information of crucial historical events, how newspaper used to be in those days, what was the format, layout, content, how editing was done etc.
Google being one of the world’s best search engines has now introduced a provision that allows its users to have a look of historic newspapers by transforming old editions into digital format
Digital format of old newspapers like Pittsburgh, St. Petersburg Times, Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph, Today’s News-Herald are available to users in Google News Archive.
Users can search relevant scanned pages of historic newspapers which would finally take them to the required scanned page with related terms emphasized.
Through this facility both users and partner papers stand to benefit. Through the users end up with essential information they search for partner papers and their new editions.
There is a great significance in finding this solution, as historical information and books can be kept in digital format, and can be provided for user reference for hundreds of years.
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