iPhone & iPad to Add Unlimited Access to the New York Times

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User of iPhones & iPads now have unlimited free access to the New York Times articles via the Daily Planet, the free news app published by Valiant Rock, Inc.

The Daily Plant available now for iPhone and iPad - offers free access to the New York Times

Many readers were disappointed when the New York Times set up a pay-wall which limited its free access to 20 articles per month. Using the Daily Planet app, users now have unlimited access to the New York Times articles from their iPhones or iPads.

User of iPhones & iPads now have unlimited free access to the New York Times articles via the Daily Planet, the free news app published by Valiant Rock, Inc.

The app, which was been heralded as “a perfect application for anyone who is on the go” by iPhone Life Magazine, added the New York Times to its growing number of news sources, which include the Financial Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, BBC, CNN, CNBC, Bloomberg and the Associated Press along with many local news media.

“Many readers were disappointed when the New York Times set up a pay-wall which limited its free access to 20 articles per month,” says Mike Tanovic, VP of Marketing at the firm. “Using the Daily Planet app, users now have unlimited access to the New York Times articles from their iPhones or iPads. This is really exciting news for any iPhone or iPad owners.”

The New York Times articles can be accessed within various categories along with news from other sources or by themselves under “Popular Sources => New York Times”, where all New York Times articles are grouped by section. The “New York Times” category is also included under “My Favorites” as a default for new users.

“The Daily Planet app changed how people access news. Users determine not only the types of news, but their sources and how they are delivered,” says Mr. Tanovic. “A user may want politics news only from the Washington Post, business news from CNBC & the WSJ and movie reviews from all sorts of media. The Daily Planet app can do just that. Another user may want to listen to 3-minute audio news updates everyday while a different user may want to browse all headlines from various sources by category.”

After the launch, the app has been very well received with numerous praises from magazines, app-reviews web sites, blogger and users alike. The company expects even more users with a full inclusion of the New York Times contents for free.

For more information or media inquiries, contact Mark Johnson of appshout! on behalf of Valiant Rock, Inc at +1 408 757 0156 or press(at)appshout(dot)com.

The Daily Planet can be downloaded for free in the app store now, via the link below:
http://itunes.apple.com/app/the-daily-planet/id497180318

For more information, press only:
Mike Tanovic, VP of Marketing
(347) 404-5101
marketing(at)valiantrockmedia(dot)com

For more information:
http://www.valiantrockmedia.com

About Valiant Rock, Inc.
Founded by like-minded programmers in 2011, Valiant Rock, Inc. focuses on making great apps for iOS & Android OS. Its first mobile app, the Daily Planet for iOS, was released mid-2012 to a rave of reviews, and there are multiple apps currently under development. With offices in New York and Hong Kong, the company also employs a variety of non-programming professionals across various disciplines to create unique app experiences for mobile users.

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