New Scientist

New Scientist

By New Scientist Ltd

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2013-09-18
  • Current Version: 2.6.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 41.50 MB
  • Developer: New Scientist Ltd
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 1,606 Ratings

Description

New Scientist is the world's number one science and technology magazine, and online we are the go-to site for breaking news, exclusive content and breakthroughs that will change your world. The New Scientist app allows you to read each weekly issue plus New Scientist: The Collection, watch videos, follow links to references and share articles. Download the app today and enjoy free sample issues, buy individual issues or buy a subscription. Our terms and conditions for subscriptions include: - Length: Subscriptions are available for three-month or one-year terms. You will receive a new issue of New Scientist each week. - Price: You can buy a subscription for $21.99 for three months or $84.99 for a year. Subscription renewals cost the same. All prices may change. - Payment will be charged to your App Store account when the purchase is confirmed. - You can purchase an auto-renewable subscription directly from the App Store. A subscription gives you access to all issues in the New Scientist app during the subscription period. Your subscription will renew automatically unless you turn off the auto-renew setting at least 24 hours before the end of your current subscription period. - You can manage your subscription and turn off auto-renewal by going to your App Store subscriptions management settings after purchase. - A subscription gives you access to all issues in the New Scientist app during the subscription period. Any issues that you have not downloaded during this period will not be downloadable later. But you can continue to read issues that you have downloaded to your device and not deleted. - If you are using the app as a free trial and buy a subscription before the end of the trial period, you will forfeit the unused portion of the free trial period. - Read our privacy policy at newscientist.com/iosappprivacy - Read our terms of use at newscientist.com/iosapptandc - If you buy a subscription from the App Store, you do not get unlimited access to newscientist.com as part of the deal. - If you already have a subscription to New Scientist, please contact our customer service team to add app access to your subscription before logging in to the app. The team's details are at newscientist.com/iosappfaq A single issue for $2.99 A rolling 3-monthly subscription for US$21.99 every 3 months. An annual subscription for US$84.99 Prices differ depending on your local currency. All prices may change. Payment will be charged to your App Store Account at confirmation of purchase. This subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period, your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. The cost of the renewal will match the initial subscription price. You can manage your subscriptions through your Account Settings after purchase. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period Having trouble? Email app@newscientist.com and we'll be happy to help

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Reviews

  • Great way to get New Scientist except...

    1
    By b2blueb2
    The app functions well enough but Google ads appear at the bottom of the screen, covering magazine content unless wi-fi is turned off. I don’t know if New Scientist is making money by agreeing to allow Google ads or if Google if doing this without permission. I can’t give a good rating on this ap since the ads cover content and there doesn’t seem to be any way of stopping them from covering content (reporting that that ad covers content does not stop the content from being covered).
  • App makes it hard to finish reading an article

    2
    By Bk111111
    If you are half way through an article or issue and want to return to reading it at a later point, the app kicks you out and you have to hunt for where you left off. Otherwise the app works ok
  • Watch out for your money and your old issues..

    1
    By Gt12fyi3
    The app took my money when my subscription renewed but it refused to recognize that I had paid. I couldn’t restore purchases because the app would not recognize me. Thirty days later with no relief, I contacted Apple. (An excruciatingly painful process) Apple gave me no options other than to push through a credit to my credit card - which they did. But it’s worse than that. Every issue that I had not gotten around to downloading when I was a subscriber wants $4.99 now so I can read it. So - New Scientist magazine has ripped me off. While I was a subscriber I thought the app was a just bad joke - as you already you, or so you will realize - but I read the magazine anyway because I really liked it. Now I’m convinced this app is dangerous, both to ones’ mental health and wallet.
  • Like clockwork

    1
    By Boobootrink
    Every four or five months this app just decides that I need to subscribe, despite the fact that my subscription is paid by automatic debit. And then Customer Support is willing but clueless. Try this, try that, try it again. How about, you fix the app so it works!
  • Enjoy

    5
    By 75yearold df
    Happy holiday season you run a publication even an old fart like I understand and enjoy. Keep up going.
  • Good app but links lead to partial articles

    4
    By Lofotan
    It’s a Love this magazine and although I have subscribed to a plethora of magazines in my life this is the only one I have kept. Every time it would expire I would find myself perturbed when it wasn't in the mail box. And with the app, I can read it on my phone so the kids can page through the hard copy. I was always asking them, "where's the new scientist" and would have to dig it out of their room, or search the car, now I don't have to.
  • Stay on top of the latest science news

    5
    By Jimlambert
    New Scientist is a trustworthy source of the newest scientific developments. Well-written prose condenses sometimes challenging scientific and technical information from a wide variety of fields into understandable articles.
  • Good to read

    5
    By weii ye
    I love to read the content of the magazine provided. But one small thing I like to point it out for the app. Every time I open the app, it is jumping to the homepage but not the place I read before I recently quit. Is it possible that I can go to the place where I stopped? Thank you.
  • Bad

    1
    By Bumprunningsharkboy
    No user friendly. 10 year old could make a better app. Disappointing.
  • Outstanding Science Publication and App

    5
    By NJ Gymrat
    New Scientist is by far the best general science publication for an educated person to stay informed of developments in all the major areas. The articles are beautifully written.The App for iPad is very user friendly.

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