New York Times to Publish 'One-Sentence Stories' On Apple Watch

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The New York Times said today that it will publish "one-sentence stories" to Apple Watch. In a statement, the paper called them a "new form of storytelling to help readers catch up in seconds."

New form of storytelling -- or a headline?

A little bit of both, actually. According to the Times:

One-sentence stories are accompanied by The Times's award-winning photography and short, bulleted summaries. Readers can use Handoff to continue reading any story on iPhone or iPad, or tap "Save for Later" to build a personal reading list.... The Times's breaking news alerts, which reach nearly 15 million devices, will also extend to Apple Watch.

The Times isn't the only publisher on the new Apple device. The Wall Street Journal and The Economist have also developed apps for the Watch, which will be released April 24.

Here's what the "one-sentence stories" will look like on Apple Watch:

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