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What's New in Version 4.6.7
Enhanced push notifications, minor bug fixes, and better performance for iOS 9.
Conde Nast should be embarrased with itself! As a major worldwide publisher, it should offer top-of-the-line digital companion apps to its print magazines. I have been a longtime subscriber of a number of their magazines, and yet, I can't even access ANY of them on my iPhone 7 Plus (or any iPhone I've owned prior)?! As a paying customer who is entitled to receive a digital subsciption, it's really awful that I can't access it just because I don't currently own an iPad (I haven't been able to replace my broken one for a long time). And for those who do have an iPad, they may not want to carry it everywhere just to access their magazines.
I also agree with others who have said the apps have many bugs and problems. In fact, the apps haven't changed all that much since I owned an iPad 1 -- do you hear that?! A FIRST EDITION iPAD!! You guys probably need to start from scratch and develop entirely new apps for each of your magazines, or perhaps even develop a single app where we can access all of our Conde Nast subscriptions.
I'd especially love to read all of my magazines on the go, but Wired and Allure need to be taken care of first. Please don't disappoint your longtime customers. There are ton of magazine choices these days -- and as much as I love my Conde Nast magazines, I'd hate to have to find similar replacements elsewhere just because you guys don't care about paying customers who should be getting digital access and can't.
I don't see the problem
I see all the negative reviews for the app not readable in landscape mode. Has anyone ever thought maybe it was designed to be looked in portrait mode for a better experience? Why would you want side by side page view on an iPad mini? The pages would be small and the UI would have to zoom or adjust itself. Seems people are just dog piling onto a trivial feature they can't see is a reason for the elegant design of the app.
Everything about this is amazing. It loads a lot faster than versions in the past. Hands down a great publication and app.
The interface is the best I've seen. I love the application of the touch interface to quickly browse the whole issue, and pull down what I want to read next. I can see all pages of a single article before zooming into it.
Only thing is... I actually cancelled my subscription several years ago due to the print edition font being too small for me to read comfortably. This is not helped by the huge wasted margins. I recently resubscribed hoping the digital version would let me adjust font size, or at least zoom in, but it doesn't.
- Category: News
- Updated: Jan 12, 2016
- Version: 4.6.7
- Size: 23.9 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: CondeNet
- © 2014 Condé Nast
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
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