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How to read The New York Times online newspaper without a browser?

Of course you can read The New York Times online newspaper via your browser. But what if you could read it on your desktop using a dedicated application, that too offline? Times Reader (current version 2.0) is an Adobe AIR application that offering a digital experience of The Times that’s very much likes reading the printed newspaper. Once installed, you can read the newspaper easily using the application.

The most interesting thing about this application is its offline reading. If there were something missed to read or want to refer on any previous days page, you can get to read it without needing an Internet connection.

Times Reader is compatible with Window, Mac and Linux OSs, the only pre-requisite is Adobe Air installed on your system.

Anyone can download and try Times Reader 2.0 for free. However, only subscribers can get full content. However the pages which are available for free seem to be sufficient unless you have a habit of going through the whole newspaper thoroughly [via].

Download: 1. Times Reader 2. Adobe air


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