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Award-winning bp Magazine is the only consumer publication
dedicated to empowering people with bipolar disorder to live
healthy, fulfilling lives. Published four times a year “bp” delivers
first-person success stories including celebrity profiles like:
Demi Lovato, Carrie Fisher and Richard Dreyfuss and columns
by people with lived experience. “bp” is packed with in-depth
features on building healthy lifestyles, addressing topics such
as sleep, exercise, stress reduction, treatments, relationships,
and employment issues—and offers cutting edge news and
research.
Join the thousands of people with bipolar and their family members
who turn to bp Magazine for inspiration, information – and
hope!
And now our NEW mobile-optimized responsive digital edition,
lets you:
• Bookmark and search articles across multiple issues
• Manipulate text size
• Adjust to day and night reading mode
• Share your favorite stories with your friends
Get access to bp Magazine on any device when and where you
want it.
Download the bp Magazine app FREE and get a sneak peak of
one of our issues using the preview button.
Choose one of three buying options:
• Single digital issue of bp Magazine for $4.99
• 1-year (4 digital issues) for $14.99
The subscription will include the current issue if you do not
already own it and subsequently published future issues.
Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation
of purchase. Subscriptions are automatically renewed until
canceled.
Auto-Renewal:
This subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is
turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription
period. Auto renew can be changed at any time from
your iTunes account settings. The cost of the renewal will match the initial subscription price.
No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during
your active subscription period.
Please review our privacy policy and terms of use:
http://www.bphope.com/privacy/

What's New

Version 18.7

iOS 11 Update

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
8 Ratings
8 Ratings
Spiritflower79 ,

Paying for nothing

I really, really want to support this app. I need this app for encouragement and support. I pay for this subscription. However, I go into the app I pay for, click on an issue and it asks me to purchase that issue. So, what am I paying a subscription for? This is a screwed up platform. You guys, we come to you for support. A lot of us are disabled, on limited incomes, and are fighting to heal. I’d really like you to make this right. Either by refunding my subscription or fixing the app.

mws louisville ,

The content is good if you can get the app to work

My phone is set to offload my apps I don’t use so because I don’t use the all very often I have to come back and redownload the subscriptions every time, I’ve had trouble with the app before that as well it loads differently on different platforms but I look at it most on my phone.

MatlockMama733 ,

Frustrating

First regarding the App, not content... this has been the most frustrating experience since the beginning and continues to be one. The company used to support the electronic version of BPHope has nothing but copy paste support desk. They are of no real help at all and I have had to go to friends who are IT professionals for help who find this just as frustrating. Restoring purchases, downloading current issues within my paid subscription window... all of this is such a hassle every time I want to use the app instead of my physical magazine. I will not be continuing the electronic version in the future, two years was plenty to work out the kinks. Things will be fine on iPhone but not iPad or vice versa. It’s an awkward interface to use once you can get to an issue. Overall one star to no star for crap app.

Second, regarding content. I had hopes for more, that the volume of articles would increase, that information would be fresh and not just a rehash of what is available online for free. I will likely continue a paper subscription only because I believe in the work being done but there are such better run websites, apps, and print magazines in all sectors to use as examples of how things could be more beneficial to building a strong BP community, making information easier to access, increasing community education, providing better peer support. I would prefer to have a paper magazine that invests more in quality and QUANTITY of content than the really expensive thick paper stock and glossy finish. I read magazines for the words, I go to museums to admire artsy paper and ink creations. I realize that the print edition has nothing directly to do with the app but I hope that those making a profit off BP with this publication will recognize that they can do better and help make our BP community better.

Information

Seller
Green Apple Courage, Inc.
Size
50.4 MB
Compatibility
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Spanish
Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
Copyright
© 2017 Green Apple Courage, Inc.
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. bp Magazine for Bipolar Subscription $9.99
  2. Fall 2017 $4.99
  3. Spring 2017 $4.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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