Every image, every word—download this month’s issue of Vogue for the iPhone and iPad for digital access
Vogue places fashion in the context of culture and the world we live in—how we dress, live and socialize; what we eat, listen to and watch; who leads and inspires us. Vogue immerses itself in fashion, always leading readers to what will happen next. Thought-provoking, relevant and always influential, Vogue defines the culture of fashion.
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Ratings and Reviews
Please put back the ability to zoom in on photographs. This was the best feature of the iPad version, and now it’s not even possible
Very good app
American Vogue often inspires a visceral reaction from readers - either they love it or they hate it. This app is not going to change anyone's mind, since it's just the same content in digital form.
For those who enjoy the original though, the Vogue app is a great step forward, being easy to use and surprisingly stable compared to some other Newsstand apps (not a single crash while reading cover to cover). This is leaps and bounds beyond anything appearing on glorified PDF reader Zinio.
To clear up some confusion, Vogue DOES support retina display for the new iPad. Editorial images are sumptuous in their clarity and detail and article text is pinpoint sharp. However, none of the advertisements are in retina-friendly resolution, leading to lots of jarringly pixelated pages in between content. And as with most fashion magazines nowadays, a huge chunk of Vogue is advertisements. Hopefully, Condé Nast will lean on their advertisers to submit high-resolution ads to match the rest of the otherwise beautiful magazine.
Impossible for subscribers to access
Clearly the print and the digital people are not thinking about a joined up experience for their print subscribers. And what I mean by this is as a print reader, if you want to dig deeper into the web content it's almost impossible to get into the site. In order for readers to access to magazine online you have to input either your subscription number or your name and address EXACTLY as it appears on your mailing label or your not getting in. Well, what the digital folks don't seem to appreciate is that the magazine no longer has the label stuck on the actual magazine. The magazine comes in a plastic bag with a slip of paper which has those details, and I like most people tear it open and then throw it away. My name and address have been altered in some way to fit on the label, because no matter the number of combos of abbreviations it won't work. You would think that with all the pressure Conde Nast must feel to get their digital operation creating as much readership and revenue as possible they would get these fundamentals right.
- 23.3 MB
- Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- © 2018 Condé Nast
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