WIRED Magazine

WIRED Magazine

By Condé Nast Digital

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2010-05-26
  • Current Version: 5.2
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 15.64 MB
  • Developer: Condé Nast Digital
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.68415
4.68415
From 1,830 Ratings

Description

Experience WIRED’s award-winning journalism on your iPhone and iPad. Every month, the WIRED app brings you the full issue of the magazine, packed with fresh insights, stunning design, and beautiful writing. If you are a subscriber to the magazine or to WIRED.com, access to the digital edition is already included in your subscription. Download the app, and follow the prompts for “All Access” to link your account on your iPhone and iPad. If you purchase a subscription in the App store, you can also enjoy unlimited access to WIRED.com. Follow the prompts to “Complete Account Setup,” then use your email and password to log in to Wired.com. If you experience problems with, or have questions about, the WIRED app, please contact us at 1-800-825-5388. SUBSCRIBERS’ AUTOMATIC-RENEWAL FEATURE: Your subscription automatically renews 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 within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period (another year for annual subscribers, another month for monthly subscribers) unless you change your subscription preferences in your account settings. You can manage your subscriptions through your Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Please go to www.wired.com/go/appCDS for more information. Annual and monthly subscriptions are available. WIRED is published 12 times a year. Our terms of use and privacy policy can be found at http://www.condenast.com/privacy-policy.

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  • Formatting and Navigation need to improve

    3
    By adsadsadsinfinityads
    Opening monthly magazine issues on iPhone contains some formatting issues between text & visuals. I highly doubt Wired does this on purpose or else people with OCD will get annoyed due to the misplacement of text. Swiping through the magazine is also difficult as I have to repeatedly swipe left/right to change pages. Good content but the app needs work.
  • Readability

    1
    By poverello62
    The application does not display in landscape mode and as I tried to type this feedback, it does not allow for keyboard typing from the new magic keyboard. It would be great if we can read this magazine in landscape mode on iPad Pro.
  • A well designed magazine

    5
    By tyjon31
    This is one of the few magazines that are more enjoyable on an iPad. Care has been taken month to month to develop a quality product for the reader. Keep up the good work
  • VERY fine print hard to read.

    2
    By 7203 clover
    The articles go on and on re: Force of nature article in April 2020 hard copy mag. Soon “I “ lose interest and am confused about what the item was about.
  • Great reading in every issue

    5
    By skhpa
    Amazed at the depth and breadth of the topics and research in every article. Love this publication !
  • Overall good. Lacking on iPad

    3
    By Zebadee2
    The iPad version of the app doesn’t support landscape mode. also doesn’t appear to support dynamic text resizing. This makes it kind of hard to read and also makes it easier to lose your place while reading
  • Best STEM available

    5
    By JimFeet
    In addition to the best STEM articles Wired provides what I find to to be some of the most well reasoned political insights that are either overlooked or ignored by other sources.
  • Cannot Rotate

    1
    By S_Kinsey
    I use an iPad and an iPhone. I hate apps that will not rotate to accommodate landscape orientation in an iPad. Boo!
  • Not all articles work

    3
    By OstinatoFreak
    Feature request: please give your fellow subscribers a way to listen to articles in audio form without having to subscribe to a third party service. Maybe even charge a little ($1 or $2 per month above normal magazine subscription cost) which would more than pay for the cost of hiring professional speakers. (Or do it in-house and make it free for subscribers! I don’t care if the speaker is a professional or not.) Reason for 3 stars: Got the app to read cover article “The Hardest Reset.” Downloaded the issue successfully, but that article malfunctioned. Other articles I could read fine, but all I got was a cover page for the article I wanted to read, and no matter where I tapped or which direction I swiped, the cover was all there was.
  • Viewing controls and mode still lacking

    2
    By Buzz, Farmer
    Since moving to the iPad several years ago as my primary reading device, there are certain standards that I have come to expect with my digital publications. The number one requirement is that the content supports both portrait and landscape modes, not just portrait mode, as WIRED still only does. I and most people I encounter who use an iPad use some form of case and/or keyboard cover that puts the device into landscape mode for TIME magazine used to offer both modes, but then they went portrait-only and I found it totally frustrating and dropped the subscription. There are several other digital publications that don’t suffer from this problem (I’ve used the ZINIO reader for a few things), so this is not a difficult problem to solve. Other reviewers have commented on the lack of zoom and other viewing controls and I agree with their concerns. Finally, the new “Swipe down” control isn’t as easy as the prior control. If you’re not careful, you’ll swipe down from the top and reveal an iPad control, not the WIRED app control to get back to the menu and settings. This is not as intuitive and it doesn’t work as well. I’d just assume see the older control where you tapped on the content to reveal the menu bar at the top. Please listen to your customers while you have them and make these changes. These are much more fundamental things and make more of a difference than animated cover pages and other bells and whistles. Update Jan 25, 2020 - I’m still not digging these unintuitive controls and the lack of landscape mode.

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