New In Chess Magazine

New In Chess Magazine

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It’s easier than ever to enjoy New In Chess, a must-read magazine for all chess aficionados. You can read the magazine, tap on the chess games and replay all the annotated games on your tablet!
The app is FREE. And you can get our complete issue 2013#8 for FREE as well. This issue reviews the World Championship Match. Find out why Anand lost and Carlsen won.

FEATURES
• 8 issues a year
• FREE issue 2013#8
• Chess gameviewer included!
• You can replay all annotated games of the magazine on the built-in board
• Download each issue to your device to read without an internet connection
• Switch easily between reading and playing through chessgames
• Store and access back issues
• Purchase single issues using In App Purchase
• Subscribe at the website of New In Chess
• Want more New In Chess? Download back issues (more will be available soon)
• FOR TABLET ONLY. This app works best on tablets with at least a 7-inch screen.

SUBSCRIPTION OPTIONS
• Subscribe yearly (8 issues) for €79,99 at the website of New In Chess. In the US and the UK, you will be charged in your local currency at the prevailing exchange rate
• No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period

ABOUT NEW IN CHESS MAGAZINE
New In Chess magazine is a premier international chess publication with eight issues a year, offering on-site tournament reports, game annotations by top grandmasters, interviews, in-depth reportage, exclusive columns by Anish Giri, Jan Timman and Nigel Short, historical features, iconic photography, book reviews and puzzles. Regular contributers are: Magnus Carlsen, Vladimir Kramnik, Levon Aronian, Vishy Anand, Sergey Karjakin, Hikaru Nakamura, Garry Kasparov, Veselin Topalov, Peter Leko, Alexei Shirov and Judith Polgar.

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Comments and ratings for New In Chess Magazine
  • (62 stars)

    by Asim Pereira on 04/05/2014

    I had seen the iPad version and was expecting a similar experience, but this is just poor. Download and Install takes ages, even on my fast WiFi. UI is clumsy and does not feel native. Buttons take some effort and at times do not respond. Turning the page feels as if the page is being downloaded again from the internet and is slow/blurry at first (then what was the 100mb download in the first plac