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The ultimate source for fine wining and dining.

Download the newly updated FOOD & WINE Magazine app on your iPad or iPhone and get delicious recipes, simple wine-buying advice, great entertaining ideas and fun trend-spotting inspired by creative chefs and winemakers.

*Please note when you download the app you will need to re-login to your digital account and/or restore your iTunes purchases within the app.*

The app now includes:
- A live newsfeed updated in real time so you can browse articles, photos and videos directly from the website
- Each week’s digital issue which includes all of the news and features in the print edition
- A “Reader View” that allows long-form magazine articles to display in a text and mobile-friendly format. You will no longer need to pinch and zoom!
- Alerts when a new issue is available
- Cross-device access with your FOOD & WINE digital account
- Offline reading for downloaded issues


Purchase Options:
• 1 issue available for $5.99
• 1 month (1 issue) subscription available for $1.99, automatically renewed monthly until cancelled.
• 1 year (12 issues) subscription available for $19.99, automatically renewed annually until cancelled.

SUBSCRIBERS’ AUTOMATIC-RENEWAL FEATURE:
Your subscription will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Your iTunes account will automatically be charged at the same price for renewal, as stated above, within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period.

Current subscriptions may not be cancelled during the active subscription period, but you can manage your subscription and/or turn off auto-renewal by visiting your iTunes Account Settings after purchase.

What's New

Version 34.0.1

Updated customer service link

Ratings and Reviews

App is good, just hope you don't have a problem

minordomo

Of the magazine apps, Food & Wine is one of the better designed ones. It's still a bit tedious to get content out and into a recipe organizer but it's far better than most (like Saveur). The quality of the content is great. I think F&W is what Bon Appetit used to be before BA decided to go after the quick and easy food enthusiast.

However, if you have a problem of any kind with the F&W app you'll find their "help" is frustratingly inadequate. The F&W help section on their website is nothing more than a how-to for basic setup of subscriptions. It offers no help or guidance in solving error messages. Buried within their FAQ page is an email address to send help requests but it's easy to miss which tells me they aren't really interested in providing support.

I'm having trouble getting the F&W app to recognize my subscription credentials. I can't believe this is an unusual problem but the F&W help section doesn't address the problem at all. Even if the problem I'm having is an Apple issue and there's nothing F&W can do to help, it would be helpful if the F&W help section would tell me that and point me in the right direction.

Outstanding Example

RoyWagner

This premiere eMagazine is an outstanding example of the future of magazine publishing. Beautiful photos, touch to expand text and comments, click videos and extras. The display of each wine bottle was very much appreciated by me; a wine lover. The recipes are great.

The only thing I wished was to be able to better capture (pressing the on/off button and home button at the same time) the full text of the recipes. Maybe allowing text pinching might help this.

But over-all, this is one great magazine. My biggest problem is that I probably won't be buying any more because of what I am expecting them to price it. Publishers NEED to realize that most people won't pay more than they can pay for a subscription to get all these extras. Once the interactive copy is produced, granted at a high labor intensive cost, there are no more printing or distribution costs. There are so many good eMagazines available. I can't afford to pay more than $.99 an issue or a reasonable annual subscription.

Beautiful Digital Magazine

vfxKen

Food and Wine is presented with beautiful photography and design, and is extremely easy to navigate. An initial "how to" page gives the reader the basics immediately, but the format is intuitive, and clear icons throughout make it a pleasure to use. A helpful recipe index, and lots of in-story links made it easy to get to the information I wanted with the least amount of searching. I especially appreciate that digital videos are presented within the layout so that the reader is not taken out of the magazine format when watching video.

I timed the download of the free issue over a WiFi connection at 5 minutes. I may be on an exceptionally fast network, but the slow download speed others are complaining about was not an issue for me.

I hope future digital issues of Food and Wine live up to this initial offering, and I hope that the annual subscription price is reasonable enough for me to continue to enjoy this excellent iPad magazine.

Information

Seller
American Express Publishing
Size
13.6 MB
Category
Food & Drink
Compatibility
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2016 Time Inc.
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. Food & Wine $1.99
  2. Food & Wine $19.99
  3. February 1, 2011 $3.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

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

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