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At home I enjoy reading my Zinio magazines on the big i Mac desktop, but when traveling on an airplane, the i Pad or the laptop are the way to go.
Sometimes I've even read articles in Zinio's Text mode on my i Phone when in doctors' or dentists' waiting rooms.
Zinio connects you with the stories that shape history from the magazines that matter to you.- READ your new magazines the moment they arrive, and sync your library offline and across all your devices.- EXPLORE articles to preview magazines or discover great stories from our favorite magazines worldwide.- SHOP our global newsstand, with great values on subscriptions and single issues. If you haven’t updated your i OS software in awhile, you should!
OTHER KEY FEATURES:- Read new free articles every day - Get library updates via Push, and instantly sync your library across all your devices- Connect with Facebook and share what you read- Set your library to auto-download, and read magazines offline and on the go- Browse more on the web, shop for products or view interactive features and rich media from select titles and issues SOME RECOGNITION:- 148Apps Best App Ever Awards “Best i OS Magazine App” – 2013- Tech Crunch “20 Best i OS Apps” – 2012- i Tunes “App Store Best of: Top Grossing” – 2011, 2012- IMA “Best Global App Award” – 2011, 2012WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING:“To see magazines done correctly look at Zinio” — Huffington Post “If you're a magazine devourer, this is your app.” — “The i Pad newsstand that works” — “Zinio is to magazines what Kindle is to books” — “Zinio editions on the i Pad are terrific” — TRENDING ON THE NEWSSTAND: NEW ADDITIONS — Wired, Vanity Fair, Fast Company, The Atlantic, Architectural Digest, Wine Spectator BUSINESS & NEWS — Forbes, Bloomberg Business Week, Economist, Harvard Business Review FOR MEN — Maxim, Esquire, Car & Driver, Men’s Fitness, Outside STYLE — Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire, Nylon, Harper’s Bazaar, Black Book LIFESTYLE — Saveur, Oprah, Dwell, Wine Enthusiast TECH — T3, Macworld, PC World, PC Gamer, X-Box World SCIENCE — National Geographic, The Smithsonian, New Scientist, Science INTERNATIONAL — Vogue France, Esquire UK, Hola, GQ Japan LOVE READING ON ZINIO? - Fixed minor bugs related to i Pad user interface- Fixed bugs related to the table of content of interactive magazines.- Improved the Magazine Preview feature for the Explore section Important change for i OS 8 and below users: Please note that if you are using i OS 8 or below, the Zinio app will no longer appear on the home screen of your device.
The Zinio app will instead appear inside the Newsstand folder on your home screen.
Please upgrade to i OS 9 or above if you want to have the Zinio app appear on the home screen of your device. Please send your feedback and suggestions to [email protected] have always liked the Zinio functionality for reading magazines: there was one standardized method for traversing and reading the issues regardless of publisher.
Curiously, the manual setting to choose whether or not to pre-download and keep the "Read Now" section on your device is gone — it isn't clear if this will happen automatically now or if everything will be downloaded when you view it by default.
This app brings that desktop experience to the i Pad. So far my experience is that only one download can take place at a time with no way to specify multiple (to queue up).
When I start downloading one item and then select another, the first one stops and the more recent selection is downloaded.
The back-lit photography in magazines on these devices is always stunning. What more is there to say about an app which allows you to carry your magazines around with you.
I currently subscribe to 5 electronic magazines and they are all right there when I want them.
Now with the tablet age upon us -- ushered in by the ingenious and innovative Apple i Pads -- Zinio now offers two different repertoires for reading and traversing magazines: the original (in which pages can be stretch-enlarged), and a newer one for magazines that want to offer videos and more sophisticated interactions (but where pages cannot be stretch-enlarged).