This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Enjoy the best of AARP’s award-winning publications with our iPad® Publications app. Periodically, this dynamic app allows members access to special edition articles, and combines our top website and magazine content with enhanced, interactive features. Find special edition digital-only issues on Health & Wellness, Beauty & Style, and Money & Retirement. Go deeper into the stories that matter to you with exclusive celebrity videos, audio interviews, samples of new music and books, step-by-step recipes, slideshows, quizzes and more. Share content easily with friends through your favorite social media sites. It’s all available to you whenever you want, wherever you go—through a simple, user-friendly interface designed just for the iPad®
AARP members gain full, free access to AARP The Magazine and the AARP Bulletin. Non-members can purchase annual AARP membership. The AARP iPad® app is also a gateway to our other great published products, including eBooks.
• Keep up with the latest information that matters most to you and your family.
• Personalize your app by adding your favorite subject areas.
• Instantly share content with friends via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or email.
• Go beyond the printed page and stream exclusive videos and music.
What's New in Version 1.7
- new Library and Help pages,
- increased font size for better user experience
Fair, it with limitations
Works mostly as one would expect, with swiping sideways moving to new items, down to continue with a longer piece. The multimedia is mostly useful. The limitation come with saving, sharing and book marking. Bookmarking works, but as usual, only when the issue is loaded, which wouldn't be a problem if one could save or share a page. Doesn't work with Instapaper, my preferred software, and one can't post pages or quotes. I.e. It's not designed well for Social Media, or really the 21st century. Rather, it's a fancy magazine that fits on one's iPad, and can't move or be shared.
Bad app recommendation by AARP
I just tried the CareZone app your last magazine recommended. This app didn't scan one rx bottle, said type in instead. It made you register before you even tried. It's a way for them to get your info and sell it to everyone. I can't believe AARP recommended it. It's the last time I'll use anything recommended by AARP. Too and I can give no stars.
Also, I don't appreciate the constant AARP related advertisements mailed to me all the time. Take a break and really help protect us from identify theft by stopping all the mail.
This app has great graphics and is easy to use. However, I think it frustrating that AARP makes you download so many apps for their various services. For an organization that gears itself to an older community you would think they might make it more concise for the possibly (not implying here - I said possibly) less tech savvy.
- Category: News
- Updated: Dec 21, 2015
- Version: 1.7
- Size: 45.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: AARP
- © 2013 AARP
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
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