National Geographic Traveler Magazine
By National Geographic Society
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National Geographic Traveler is the world’s most widely read travel magazine. Through powerful storytelling and photography, each issue inspires curious readers with stories that show the transformative power of travel. Go beyond the usual tourist fare for authentic experiences—many from a local’s point of view—with expert advice and tips for travel that is sustainable and smart.
Download National Geographic Traveler magazine for iPad and get a sample issue for free. Existing print subscribers can now get complimentary access to the issues for iPad*.
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The August/September 2015 issue of National Geographic Traveler magazine includes...
River Dance: Paddling on the Grand Canyon’s threatened Colorado River requires a steady oar and a surge of courage.
Europe’s Rising Stars: Skip the standard hot spots for these 24 lesser known destinations, from Liverpool, England, to Lopud Island, Croatia.
The Come Back: Ten years after Katrina, New Orleans finds its groove again with rejuvenated neighborhoods and new establishments worth toasting.
Shaolin Summer: Through kung fu training and Confucian wisdom, a struggling mother and daughter learn how to roll with the punches in China.
Boomerang Road: Australia’s Great Ocean Road curves by koala-filled forests, limestone cliffs, and roadblocks in the form of kangaroos.
And much more…
*Complimentary iPad access in not available for introductory print subscription offers.
What's New in Version 1.8.7
- Pinch and zoom is enabled to make it more readable.
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Horrible format - can't read
Wow! The format of the magazine is nearly impossible to read. It is a chore to try to read this. Not fun to browse. You MUST pinch and zoom to read ANYTHING but when you do that with the landscape format, it is impossible to see the whole page.
You spend more time pinching and zooming trying to align the text to the screen than actually reading. What a waste of time and money.
Have waited in hopes that "new format" was only transition point to format that was tablet friendly like the previous format was. No dice. New format is nearly unusable. Difficult to read. Difficult to use. Am used to National Geographic being more on the forefront of the use of tablet and smartphone content but NG Traveler is an absolute abomination. Please, PLEASE if nothing else, bring back the old formatting.
Please bring back the old format
I really like Nat Geo Traveler, but the new format is hard to read even with being able to pinch and zoom. It just looks like a PDF version of the magazine was uploaded. This was a much better app when the stories were formatted specifically for the iPad.
- Category: Travel
- Updated: May 09, 2015
- Version: 1.8.7
- Size: 12.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: National Geographic Society
- © National Geographic Society
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
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