The New York Times is introducing a new form of storytelling designed specifically for the Apple Watch, according to a press release, as the newspaper will send out one-sentence stories "crafted specially for small screens."
The one-sentence stories are meant to make it easy for Apple Watch users to quickly learn the important details of a story so they can "catch up in seconds" as they go about their day. These shortened stories will cover many of the popular sections of The New York Times, covering Business, Tech, Politics, Science, and The Arts.
While the stories won't features paragraphs of text, each one-sentence story will also include photos and a bullet summaries of the key facts. Interestingly enough, screenshots of the app shared by Time deputy tech editor Alex Fitzpatrick also show that emojis will be used.
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