The New York Times is offering a free trial to the readers of its print edition, offering to give readers a free app.
The NYT has already been giving away a slew of apps and features over the years, including the NYT News app, the NYT Travel app, and a daily calendar.
This is the latest effort to help readers get to the newspaper they want to use.
The new app offers several features and services, including a printer scanner and the option to print at home or in your office.
The app is designed to make it easier to print the NYT, the Times said in a statement.
“The app is available for download now for those who would like to print in the NYT office, or print in print with NYT,” the NYT said.
The Times has been giving readers a chance to download the NYT app since the app launched earlier this month.
The apps feature features like a calendar, print previews, a “Print to” option, and more.
The print preview feature lets you print with the app and preview your printouts in real-time.
The paper also has a paper map to get you started, and there’s a “Paper Back” option that allows you to print out a PDF or WYSIWYG format file for quick reference.
The subscription service will cost $9.99 per month, which includes access to the NYT’s print library, which has more than 10 million print titles, as well as print-only services like the NYT Print Hub.
There are also several subscription options available, including an option for $5 per month to read the daily NYT news article, as the paper did for the past few years.
The company’s announcement also suggests that users can sign up for a print subscription to print only, but that is not available.
The $9 monthly subscription comes with access to all of the NYT products, including print subscriptions, daily subscriptions, and paper printouts.