iPhone Life magazine: Best Apps, Top Tips, Great Gear

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  • Last update: 3 years ago
  • Version: 29
  • Size: 10.9 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Mango Life Media
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
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iPhone Life magazine: Best Apps, Top Tips, Great Gear Review

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iPhone Life magazine helps you get the most out of your iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. In addition to the latest Apple news, every issue is jam-packed with the best apps, top tips, and great gear. iPhone Life magazine is written by users for users. Enjoy!

*Back issues and future issues are available for purchase within the App.

An auto-renewing subscription is only $12.99 per year via in-app purchase. The yearly subscription includes 4 quarterly issues.

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  • Ji
    Jim iPad lover
    iTunes
    I've been reading the magazine since it first came out. I was curious how it would be reading it on my iPad. It works well. I bought the current issue, their Buyers Guide, and found it a great convenience to be able to simply tap to immediately download an app that interests me. Same thing for the ads. You can click on the URL to get more information or buy the product. One of the ads even had an integrated video. I found the app navigation to be intuitive and responsive. Certainly it's very attractively done, and an exact replica of the magazine. Tapping the screen brings up a carousel of thumbnail images of the pages, so that you can quickly jump around in the magazine. A drop down menu gives you a table of contents. I wish there were a way to quickly jump back to the replica table of contents. It seems like that would have been the most intuitive, but that's probably simply because I'm so acclimated to reading print magazines. Overall, it's very professionally done, and a great option for reading the magazine.
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    aisleseat
    iTunes
    Downloaded app. Paid for subscription, then was redirected to another app named Zinio, which required me to register separately, but does not recognize my paid subscription. Even the iPhone Life app still wants me to make in-app purchases for each issue. What a joke! How can they claim to represent Apple's philosophy of elegant user experience. Let my story keep you from wasting $12 and thirty minutes of your life. UPDATE: I downgraded from 2 stars to one. The Zinio app doesn't even offer iPhone Life. The only way I can see my digital subscription is to click on the link in an email I get from Zinio on behalf of iPhone Life. KEEP YOUR SANITY. DO NOT SUBSCRIBE TO ANYTHING OTHER THAN THE PRINTED VERSION DELIVERED BY SNAIL MAIL.
  • S
    SacredFire
    iTunes
    I use my iPhone Life app all the time. It has worked and continues to work quite well for me, on any iDevice I own, though my favorite way to view the magazine is on my larger iPad. Whether keeping up with all the latest Apple news and product updates or finding out about all the latest awesome apps and gear, iPhone Life is where I get the majority if my Apple iDevice news. iPhone Life is one of the best sources for iDevice related current event info and news. I highly recommend it and would suggest anyone who appreciates good writing and the Apple brand do them selves a favor and check out the app. I also subscribe to the iPhone Life newsletter and find that to be a great way to get timely weekly updates on all things iOS in my inbox.

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