ZINIO - Magazine Newsstand

ZINIO - Magazine Newsstand

By Zinio LLC

  • Category: Magazines & Newspapers
  • Release Date: 2010-04-04
  • Current Version: 4.5.3
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 103.18 MB
  • Developer: Zinio LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 57,960 Ratings


ZINIO is the world’s first and largest digital newsstand, giving you access to magazine content from the best publishers across the globe. For over a decade, ZINIO has delivered over half a billion digital issues in over 200 countries. Download ZINIO’s award-winning iOS app, trusted by millions of magazine readers around the world. With over 6,000 magazines available, you can browse magazines and articles on your favorite mobile or desktop device. Access your magazines anytime, anywhere - read them online or save them to read offline! Featuring the best in Tech & Science, Food & Home, News & Business, Art & Photography, Lifestyle & Hobbies, Fashion & Entertainment, ZINIO connects you with the stories that shape our world from the magazines that matter to you. Subscribe or buy single issues of your favorite magazines, including Hello!, T3, National Geographic, PCWorld, Maxim, Sports Illustrated, Outdoor Photographer, People, Popular Mechanics, and more. KEY FEATURES: • OPTIMIZED FOR YOUR DEVICE: Easily toggle between the traditional magazine layout and the innovative text mode for a seamless reading experience, built for your iOS device • DISCOVER, SHOP, AND ENJOY: The largest collection of digital magazines from around the world • EXPLORE FREE ARTICLES: Read select articles for free, from top magazines including Forbes, Wired, Bloomberg Businessweek, Fortune, Rolling Stone, and many more • OFFLINE READING: Download your magazines to your device to read them whenever and wherever you want, even without an internet connection • EXCLUSIVE SAVINGS: Access deals exclusive only to ZINIO and save on your favorite magazines • BOOKMARK AND SHARE: Bookmark articles to read later, or share them with your friends • NEW ISSUE ALERT: Be the first to read the latest issues of your favorite magazines with new issue reminders • GLOBAL NEWSSTAND: Our magazines come from all of the best publishers worldwide, including USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Africa, Asia and Europe INDUSTRY RECOGNITION: 148 Apps BestAppEver Awards "Best iOS Magazine App" iTunes “App Store Best of: Top Grossing” Lead411 "Hottest San Francisco Companies" IMA “Best Global Apps Award” WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING: “Zinio has the deepest offerings of any digital newsstand” — Forbes.com “To see magazines done correctly look at Zinio” — Huffington Post “The iPad newsstand that works” — Fortune.com “Zinio is to magazines what Kindle is to books” — Engadget.com “If you're a magazine devourer, this is your app.” — PCMag.com “Zinio editions on the iPad are terrific” — Salon.com TOP ZINIO MAGAZINES: • TECH & SCIENCE: Macworld, Wired, New Scientist, Mac Life, Stuff, Popular Science • FOOD & HOME: donna hay, Real Simple, Dwell, delicious, Good Housekeeping, Food Network Magazine • NEWS & BUSINESS: The Economist, Reader’s Digest, The New Yorker, Harvard Business Review, Money, Forbes • ART & PHOTOGRAPHY: Shutterbug, Amateur Photographer, Architectural Digest, Bead&Button, Photography Week • LIFESTYLE & HOBBIES: Consumer Reports, Car and Driver, Oprah Magazine, Top Gear, Cosmopolitan, GQ • FASHION & ENTERTAINMENT: Us Weekly, InStyle, In Touch Weekly, Vogue, Elle, Vanity Fair • SPORTS & FITNESS: Men’s Health, Weight Watchers, Sports Illustrated, Shape, Procycling LET’S CONNECT Like us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/zinio) & follow us on Twitter (@zinio).



  • New version pretty....useless

    By Sichuanbob1
    One of the frustrating things about Zinio is that it didn’t let you print an article. You had to change it to text only to print. Now, with the new version they even removed that feature! So yet, the new version is prettier but it has taken a step backwards in usefulness. Please join me in encouraging Zinio to make articles printable, at least in text form if not also including the photographs and tables etc.
  • Version 4.5.3 is a disaster

    By JackStraw777
    After downloading the issue the pages stall. If you try to flip through too fast you get a spinning blue pinwheel. I know the magazine is fully downloaded by the blue bar under the cover page. I even deleted the app and reinstalled. It’s obvious this app wasn’t debugged. Apple should pull this version and have Zinio go back to the previous version. I sent a complaint to Zinio and they told me to wait for the next version. There was absolutely nothing wrong with app to begin with. My iPad is ME906LL/A with the latest iOS and almost 59gb of space so memory is not the issue. If others are having similar problems post a review.
  • Latest update is total garbage!

    By iParaglide
    I have been a Zinio user and subscriber for years, ever since the first iPad came to market. One of the features I enjoyed the most was the ability to turn articles in magazines I purchased in other languages other than English into “Text” in order to copy and paste and translate in Google Translator. Well, this feature is gone. I just purchased a magazine in German and it is totally useless as I cannot translate it unless I am willing to type letter by letter on Google Translator. So Zinio has lost my business. I wish there was a way to go back to the last version...
  • 4.5.3 update introduces many awful “features”

    By JB66457a
    I’ve used this app for about 4 years and though it had some bugs, it was a decent way to read magazines on my iPad. At this point, I’d suggest looking elsewhere. The most recent update deleted all the magazines off of my iPad and in fact the app wouldn’t even start because it couldn’t connect to the Internet. (I guess Zinio product development teams never travel anywhere? Or don’t think their customers do...) Now it appears the magazines that I’ve paid for are stuck in “the cloud” forever unless I re-download all of them. Also it seems everything that I’ve ever looked at is in my library with no way to remove it. Since I’ve already paid for some subscriptions I’ll probably use it until those run out, but after that, I don’t see any reason to continue. They’ve made it very clear people like me who download and read magazines are not their target market.
  • Horrible support

    By abuimad
    Had this app for 5 years, a few updates ago they broke it, the app became buggy and wouldn’t login, I notified their support team of the problem, after over a month with no update to my problem besides “be patient”, I had to cancel my subscriptions, good app, horrible, horrible support
  • Stop bugging me!

    By mierdabreath
    Stop asking me if you have fixed the app. If you want my review, pay me for my time - as I do for yours.
  • Lack of imagination

    By luiss
    UPDATE: Thank you you fixed the issue and giving an additional star. Pls keep improving the app. This app could be much more but the developers choose to be average. Hope they improve search and categories. Moving back and forth when searching (I have a very large library from many years actually since the service began.) instead of going to the same spot where you found the magazine, it resets to the top making it frustrating to scroll back down to find what you where looking for.
  • Great app; run around trying to cancel

    By Chookaroo1
    This is a great app, it’s a shame the company operates like a scam business that gives you the runaround—DO NOT BUY OR SUBSCRIBE TO MAGAZINES THROUGH THEM. I would have returned as a subscriber at some point, but not after this experience. There is no information on the app to process or submit a subscription cancellation. When I submitted a request to cancel my subscriptions through a message portal (I would have preferred to have my own control to cancel within my own account settings), I received a communique back asking why I wished to cancel. I then responded back with my reason (no time to read)—which is really none of their business—if I choose to cancel, just process the cancellation, but if it helped them in some way and expedited my cancellation, so be it. They then responded that I must seek a refund through iTunes. I then had to provide a third follow-up response that I wasn’t seeking a refund (their first two responses clearly understood I wasn’t seeking a refund as they specifically asked why I was seeking a “cancellation”). Additionally, the instructions they did provide were not valid even if I had been seeking a refund. I then had to send a FOURTH message that I had enough of their nonsense and if another transaction occurs I’ll be submitting a complaint to my credit card along with notice of having canceled and that their business practices are deceptive. Only THEN did I receive a confirmation they would process the cancellation along with a patronizing closing in the message from a company representative to “Have a lovely day.”
  • Last Update So Bad it Prompted My First Ever App Review Since IOS Lanched

    By 5l4nt
    The last update (March 2018) is just a dreadful user experience. It broke everything. Hundreds of dollars and almost 10 years of magazines are gone. I have start over. But I can’t because it’s so slow. And I don’t want archived covers to be hidden. I want to see them alongside downloaded issues with an icon notifying me they’re archived. I want to stack titles by date again but I can’t. I hate it all and I’m a little sad about it all. I think I need a safe place. One where I can read by myself. Oh wait... I can’t because my favorite magazine app is broken. 😔
  • New app interface is horrible

    By Nickx1
    The old app interface allowed me to sort by month and showed all new magazines very nicely. The new interface does not sort well by month, does not seem to download - or prompt me to download new material, and it doesn’t even seem do a good job of indicating when new subscriptions are available for download. This is not progress!