The Apple Watch is ugly and unnecessary, but at least it’s interesting to see how media companies are crafting new offerings to fit the device. The latest entry is from The New York Times, which is rolling out one-sentence articles as a way for users to stay updated on the news.
The Times’ one-sentence alerts — a free extension of the Times iPhone app — will include articles from a wide range of sections, including Business, Politics, Science, Technology and Arts.
The Times alerts will feature headlines and short summaries that can be viewed by swiping. Users can save articles for later viewing, or use the Handoff feature to continue reading on other Apple devices. And as you can see, the one-sentence articles will even contain emoji.
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