Texture – the world’s best digital magazines, reimagined and unlimited
By Next Issue Media
Open iTunes to buy and download apps.
Texture is a completely reimagined reading experience, bringing you full access to the world’s best magazines.
Try Texture for free and see. First, go create your Texture account to start your free trial membership. Then, open the app and enjoy any magazine you’d like.
You can also just download the app and log in with your Facebook account to experience a 7-day free trial.
Anytime you want to read something great, Texture makes it possible. Choose any issue from a catalog that includes all the top magazines in every category. Or tap whatever interests you from the articles and collections recommended for you.
It’s magazine reading without limits. Flip through an entire issue that hit newsstands today. Or dig into a single article from a back issue in our vast archive. Audio and video exclusives bring extra dimension to the experience.
Texture is the digital reading experience great magazines deserve. Here’s what others are saying about it:
• "Finally, a reason to read magazines on a tablet." – AllThingsDigital
• “I have this to say about [Texture]: it is awesome.” – C|Net News
• “For the price of two or three [magazines], you get access to dozens of them plus all the back issues.” – The Today Show
• “[Texture] is like having a doctor’s waiting room on your iPad – without having to worry about an injection at the end.” – Bloomberg Businessweek
• “Magazine fans, rejoice: [Texture], probably the easiest and most economical way for you to read your favorite titles…” – TechCrunch
• “…I would have never subscribed to some of the magazines that I now read weekly, all thanks to the folks at [Texture].” – AppAdvice
Here are just some of the titles Texture gives you complete access to:
Automotive: Car and Driver, Cycle World, Hot Rod, Motorcyclist, Road & Track
Business & Finance: Bloomberg Businessweek, Consumer Reports, Fast Company, Forbes, Fortune, Money
Crafts & Hobby: Do It Yourself, Popular Photography, Shutterbug, This Old House
Entertainment: Entertainment Weekly, InStyle, New York, People StyleWatch, Rolling Stone, Us Weekly, Vanity Fair
Fashion & Style: Allure, Brides, Cosmopolitan, ELLE, Essence, Glamour, Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire, Martha Stewart Weddings, Nylon, Teen Vogue, Vogue, W
Food & Cooking: Allrecipes, Bon Appétit, Cooking Light, EatingWell, Family Circle, Food & Wine, Food Network, Martha Stewart Living, Wine Enthusiast
Health & Fitness: Bicycling, Bike, Dr. Oz The Good Life, Men’s Fitness, Men’s Health, Oxygen, Prevention, Runner’s World, Self, Shape, SKI, Surfer, Women’s Health, Yoga Journal
Home & Gardening: Architectural Digest. Better Homes and Gardens, Coastal Living, Country Living, Domino, Dwell, Good Housekeeping, HGTV, Redbook, Sunset
Kids & Parenting: Boy’s Life, FamilyFun, Girls’ Life, National Geographic Kids, Parents, Seventeen, Sports Illustrated Kids, Teen Vogue, Today’s Parent, Working Mother
Men’s Lifestyle: Details, Esquire, Golf Digest, GQ, Maxim, Men’s Fitness, Men’s Health, Men’s Journal, OUT
News & Politics: L’actualité, Maclean’s, New York, Newsweek, Rolling Stone, The New Yorker, TIME
Science & Tech: National Geographic, PCWorld, Popular Mechanics, Popular Science, Smithsonian, Sound & Vision, Wired
Sports & Recreation: Backpacker, ESPN The Magazine, Field & Stream, Golf, Outdoor Life, Outside, Running Times, SKI, Sports Illustrated, Sportsnet, Surfer
Travel & Regional: Afar, Condé Nast Traveler, Midwest Living, National Geographic Traveler, Southern Living, Travel + Leisure, Veranda
Women’s Lifestyle: All You, Chatelaine (English), MORE, O, The Oprah Magazine, Real Simple, Self, Woman’s Day
What's New in Version 5.3.0
• Early access and exclusives
As a Texture member, you get exclusive extras and early access to articles. We’ve added flags for each so you can readily identify such content.
Amazing content and reading experience (and a complaint)
I love love love this app. I'm the kind of person who has to put his mail on hold when he's gone for more than a few days because my mailbox gets stuffed full of magazines. This solves that problem, and exposes me to more titles than I would explore on my own.
But what drives me nuts is that half the time I come back to the app after a few hours, it acts as though I am just opening it and doesn't take me to where I left off. I have to find the title, open it, and skim the article to find out where to begin reading again. I'm on an iPhone 6 so it's not like it can't handle the newest apps. What's so hard about keeping the app open or reopening it to where I last left off?
I also would like the iOS status bar to display when I single tap the app. 😊
Good Value And Convenient
The savings and variety of magazines was key for me. I had been using Zinio for several years buying subscriptions, but the rental model of Texture is much cheaper. I've long since gotten used to the advantages of digital content which is more expansive, current and detailed thanks to links and scrolling options. I am a big fan of magazines and the convenience of having an updated library is fabulous. Not every magazine I read is in Texture, but more than enough and I've begun reading other magazines based on covers or previewed content. Flying on an airplane, I have downloaded more copies of magazines than if I had purchased them at the airport newsstand. This app is a winner.
Texture Is Great!
Texture has evolved over time to become a really great app----fast loading, great selection of magazines and articles and super easy to use. Long ago, when Texture was Next Issue I hardly ever made use of it due to its slowness to load. It is so fast now, and the new Home Page is great, really easy to navigate. On the iPad Pro the pages look even better than they would if I were reading the magazine itself---and no stack of magazines to clutter up the house. With the current format I am reading at least one magazine per day, and am able to enjoy articles of interest from magazines that are not in my Favorites list. The quality and value cannot be beat.