Linux Journal

Linux Journal

10,000 - 50,000 downloads

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Wherever you go, Linux Journal goes with you.
Inside the app, you’ll find recent headlines, a free full sample issue
(September 2011), as well as single issues that are available for purchase. Subscribers receive free access to full issues in the app and access to their Linux Journal subscription in a variety other formats: PDF, online edition, iOS and Android apps, and ePub.

From this app, enjoy:
- searchable content
- a bookmarking feature
- an archive of your issues
- scrolling through the magazine page by page or text-optimized viewing of articles
- e-mailing or sharing articles with your friends and colleagues

Published since 1994, Linux Journal is the original magazine of the global Linux community, delivering readers the advice and inspiration they need to get the most out of their Linux systems. In-depth information provides a full 360-degree look at featured topics relating to Linux, giving a comprehensive source of everything readers need for creating and completing their own projects--not just tools they will use today, but relevant and encompassing information they will turn to in future months and years. Every issue also includes: opinions; new product information; profiles of leaders making major contributions in Open Source; product reviews; business, social and technical news and developments in order to fulfill its mission as the central forum and advocate for the greater Linux community throughout the world.

This application is powered by GTxcel, a leader in digital publishing technology, provider of hundreds of online digital publications and mobile magazine apps.

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  • (56 stars)

    by Dwain Sims on 01/06/2014

    Has completely stopped working on Galaxy Note 8. Used to work fine but latest update totally broke on this device.

  • (56 stars)

    by David Braverman on 15/04/2014

    The app is difficult to navigate, and doesn't show pages correctly on my Nexus 7 v2. Now I just download the issues as PDF files, and use my eBook reader.

  • (56 stars)

    by Nelson-Jean Gaasch on 01/03/2014

    Offline support has gotten much better, thanks!

  • (56 stars)

    by Larry Lamsy on 26/02/2014

    The use of this Linux Journal app is painful. Although it offers “download option” for off-line read, it didn’t work! When you reached to certain pages, it stopped and asked you to download the magazine again. And the download speed is abnormally slow. I want refund!!!! I really hope that I had read users’ reviews before I buy.

  • (56 stars)

    by Dan Watts on 01/01/2014

    I'd give the app itself 3 stars, and the content 5. LJ does a great job at including articles for Linux users of all levels of expertise. The app is stable, quick, and easy-to-read on my 10" tablet. I really appreciate that the text can be copied to the clipboard in Text View - great for note-taking, and a feature that Zinio and Google Newstand lack. My biggest gripe with the app is that it doe

  • (56 stars)

    by Yuck Fu on 12/12/2013

    This app is painful to use. It's lack of persistent storage of login credentials requires you to log in every time you start the app. That's crazy. They stopped their print issues and went with this app instead. It's like trading in your car for a camel. It may be eco friendly but it's a tedious pain in the ... to use.

  • (56 stars)

    by Ada Wong on 16/10/2013

    I have an existing subscription to Linux Journal via desktop and had little problem accessing the digital issues made since their switch to digital from paper (September 2011). That said, the display did not immediately show any interface other than feeds. Coming back to the app later seemed to help (syncing?). Also, it seems almost as practicle to access their online digital archives via desktop