NYT launches new Spanish language app for Android
The app follows the launch of the NYT’s Mexico-City based news website, launched earlier this year
MEXICO CITY and NEW YORK – August 3, 2016 — The New York Times today introduced an NYT en Español edition of its news app for Android that features all of the content available on the Spanish-language website for The New York Times en Español.
The New York Times en Español publishes original journalism in Spanish as well as 10 to 15 translated New York Times articles a day. Content includes crónicas (narrative journalism), investigations, opinion columns, reviews, videos and more. Like on NYTimes.com/es, all content on the NYT en Español edition of the app is free and does not count against the 10 -article a month limit for non-subscribers. The edition of The New York Times en Español for Android is the first Times app available in Spanish.
Users who download or upgrade to the 6.04.1 version of The New York Times app for Android can switch to the NYT en Español edition by visiting the app’s Settings to toggle between English and Spanish versions. The app defaults to the Español edition for users who set their device language to Spanish.