100,000 - 500,000 downloads
by Rodney Carnahan on 11/12/2013
Quick and easy, just the way I like it. One complaint is that I wish it had more updated content throughout the day, but what is available is appreciated. Thanks!
by Marcus James on 11/12/2013
...but not so much on my tablet. It really needs larger font options for the tablet version. Also, as a subscriber to this app, why can't I get full access to the website too?
by Trent Murray on 10/12/2013
I tried to subscribe to the electronic edition but the secure payment logo blocked the submit button on my galaxy s3. So then i used my computer to subscribe...payment successful but no email with my subscriber details. Would have been faster to walk to
by Geoff Mather on 10/12/2013
Oh boy are you really trying to kill the magazine off ? Its one of the largest Apps I've downloaded. Its very sluggish to respond. As others have commented the default font size is to small for many people even on a Nexus 7, the fact that after changing t
by Kristaps Kringelis on 10/12/2013
Please create a better app.
by Wade Kimpton on 08/12/2013
Thus app stores more then enough contesnt for the casual reader to indulge in. Setting up an account is simple and easy.
by Ian Carter on 07/12/2013
The app is poor and needs work to make it anything better than a hindrance to anyone trying read the magazine through it. New Scientist would be better off allowing PDF downloads instead of persisting with this effort. I changed from Scientific American
by Shane R on 01/12/2013
Ruined warning Dont update
by Nathan Jones on 30/11/2013
I accidently clicked on the front cover of one whilst scrolling and it immediately tries to buy it!! Disgusting!!!
by Chris Gerow on 29/11/2013
Zino allowed me to save my page. Also text size is not large enough, even after adjusting. Page size is buggy, pages resize on each turn. I'm disappointed that I moved my subscription to this app.
by Wei Hong on 29/11/2013
Viewing of free website articles removed in latest version. Uninstalled. Boycott Reed Elsevier for their typical overcharging and heavy geographical price discrimination. So many free alternatives, eg, Science Daily News.
by Thomas Brash on 28/11/2013
So you change your app into a pure money making strategy. You dont even feature trial version of articles. This version of pay to view just puts me off entirely. Who ever came up with this particular method of content delivery should seriously rethink the
by Matt Buchanan on 28/11/2013
Great job NS! You won me back.
by Charles McKenna on 27/11/2013
by Steve Michie on 27/11/2013
Why full print and web doesn't include app too :-( enjoyed app on phone and tablet in addition to subscription print and website however defiantly not worth paying extra for
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