National Geographic Magazine

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  • Last update: 2 years ago
  • Version: 2.5.2
  • Size: 27.4 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: National Geographic Society
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
  • In-App Purchases:
  • National Geographic magazine $1.99
  • National Geographic Magazine April 2012 issue $4.99
  • National Geographic Magazine April 2011 Issue $4.99
  • National Geographic Magazine June 2011 Issue $4.99
  • October 2011 Issue $4.99
  • National Geographic Magazine May 2011 Issue $4.99
  • National Geographic Magazine July 2011 Issue $4.99
  • December 2011 Issue $4.99
  • National Geographic Magazine March 2012 Issue $4.99
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**PLEASE NOTE, the National Geographic digital edition will no longer be available for iPhone 4 devices as of the January 2017 issue. If this impacts access to your digital subscription and you cannot or do not wish to access your subscription via another Apple device, you can request a refund for the remainder of your subscription by contacting Apple Support via the following link: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202039

**If you purchased a subscription directly through National Geographic, please contact magazine customer service at 1-800-895-2068.



National Geographic magazine is available on iPhone and iPad. Subscribe once and get National Geographic magazine on both devices. Existing print and digital subscribers get complimentary access to both editions.

Here are details on our subscription* offers:
Annual subscription: $19.99 (12 issues)
Monthly subscription: $1.99/month (1 issue)
Single issues: $4.99/issue
Back issues of National Geographic magazine for iPad start with our February 2011 issue and November 2012 for iPhone.

• Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase.
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• Subscriptions may be managed by the user. Auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user’s iTunes Account Settings after purchase.
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• Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication.
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    nawroth74
    iTunes
    I usually use the iPad version of the app and it is fantastic. However, I needed to get my Nat Geo fix while my wife was out of town with the iPad so I just downloaded the iPhone version of the app and read the September issue. When I went to go to my library to start the October issue, I found there is no way for me to get back to the library from within the issue. I tried swiping up, down, left right, I clicked on all the things to click and there appears to be no way back. Could you please fix this omission the next time you update the app for iPhone. As it is now the iPhone app is functionally incomplete and pretty well useless. To read more than one issue, I had to delete the entire app and re-download it so that I could actually get to the library and switch issues. Totally frustrating and what a complete waste of my time. I sent this message to N GM’s customer service got an automated reply that was very generic and bland. Very doubtful that this will be fixed. :-(
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    davej6655
    iTunes
    If it wasn't, for the fact that this company has been around so long, I consider this a scam. I wanted to sign up, was looking forward to it. I did not want the print so I signed up for digital only. They advertised $12 for a digital subscription. I selected digital only yet they charged me for the print version. Ok no big deal. I wasn't going to fuss over the extra $7. But then I could not get the digital version. Customer service did not respond until.... I wrote them to cancel and return my money. Yep, they canceled and didn't return my funds. I thought so highly of NG for so long. Now I feel like they scammed me out of a lousy $19.00. Not enough to spend time pursuing. Just enough to prompt me to write this review and hopefully warn others to stay away.
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    MoneyMike1994
    iTunes
    Overall, this is a decent app. It allows you to view the full content of the magazine (along with some cool videos) on your mobile device, and I haven't had any issues with crashes or bugs. However, there are a couple little features that are missing that would definitely improve the app. When you switch apps or swipe from one article in the other (which can happen very easily on accident), it will jump you back to the top of the article; meaning you have to hunt your way back to where you were like a nesting sea turtle ;). I would also like to be able to view articles in landscape view; that or another way to maximize/zoom gallery photos. Photography is the strongest feature of the magazine, and it's hard to appreciate it fully when the photos are so small.
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    Bern
    3 years ago
    Only paying one fee I am able to read all treasures of National Geografic for more than 100 years. For me this is amasing.Only paying one fee I am able to read all treasures of National Geografic for more than 100 years. For me this is amasing.You can be more itelligent with all volumes of National GeographicBetter to be more magazines
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