One of the biggest and yet least talked about features of iOS 7 is the changes to the UIKit that allows developers to create interactions and animations for their apps. The New York Times has taken full advantage of that in this update to the iPhone and iPad versions of it’s app. A full list of the updates are listed below:

• Cleaner, more modern visuals, smoother transitions, easier navigation throughout the app and faster swiping between articles
• NEW: Swiping between sections allows for effortless browsing of the breadth of New York Times content. Re-order your section swiping at any time by tapping Edit from the Sections list.
• NEW: Share articles via AirDrop
• NEW: Refreshed article design, redesigned Photos and Videos sections and improved slide show viewing with faster swiping and larger viewing area
• NEW: Support for iOS 7′s universal text size setting — you can set your device’s text size once in the Settings app, and the NYTimes app’s text size will change accordingly
• Search bar is now conveniently placed at the top of the sections list
• Prominent display of large photography and images at the top of sections
• Sharing by email now includes subject line
• Save and share articles at any time by tapping the action button at the top right of articles

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