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The daily puzzle is released at 10 p.m. E.T. the evening before appearing in the paper. (6 p.m. E.T. on weekends). The puzzles get much harder as the week progresses; warm up with a Monday and try powering all the way through to the extra-large Sunday puzzle!
Mini puzzles are short, sweet and available every day without a subscription! Get a quick crossword fix when you don't have time for a full-size puzzle.
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Thanks for solving with the NYTimes Crossword app! Here's what's new in version 2.0.0
Compete amongst friends around the Mini! We’ve launched personal Mini leaderboards which you can get to from the navigation tabs at the top of the app. These are personal leaderboards, so the only people you will see on your leaderboard are people you invite to join or confirm to add. You can have up to 25 people on your leaderboard. This feature requires you to create a New York Times account.