Download ZINIO’s award-winning iOS app, trusted by millions of readers around the world, and read the latest news on your iPhone, iPad, Mac or PC. Take your favorite magazines with you anywhere and enjoy them online or offline, at home, on holiday, during your commute, on your lunch break, or even during working hours (we won't tell :). Featuring the best in Tech & Science, News & Business, Food & Home, Art & Photography, Lifestyle & Hobbies, Fashion & Gossip, ZINIO connects you with the stories that shape our world from the magazines that matter to you. Get annual subscriptions or buy the most recent issue (or past issues) of your favorite magazines, including Hello!, Time, National Geographic, PC Magazine, Playboy, The Economist, The New Yorker, Maxim, Sports Illustrated, Outdoor Photographer, People, Popular Mechanics, and more. KEY FEATURES: • OPTIMIZED FOR YOUR DEVICE: Easily toggle between the traditional magazine layout and the innovative text mode for a seamless reading experience, built for your iOS device. • DISCOVER, SHOP, AND ENJOY: The largest collection of digital magazines from around the world. • EXPLORE FREE ARTICLES: Read our curated collection of articles for free, from top magazines including Forbes, Wired, Bloomberg Businessweek, Fortune, Rolling Stone, and many more. • OFFLINE READING: Download your magazines to your device to read them whenever and wherever you want, even without an internet connection. • EXCLUSIVE SAVINGS: Access deals exclusive only to ZINIO and save on your favorite magazines. • BOOKMARK AND SHARE: Bookmark articles to read later, or share them with your friends. • NEW ISSUE ALERT: Be the first to read the latest issues of your favorite magazines with new issue reminders. • GLOBAL NEWSSTAND: Our magazines come from all of the best publishers worldwide, including USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Africa, Asia and Europe. INDUSTRY RECOGNITION: 148 Apps BestAppEver Awards "Best iOS Magazine App" iTunes “App Store Best of: Top Grossing” Lead411 "Hottest San Francisco Companies" IMA “Best Global Apps Award” WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING: “Zinio has the deepest offerings of any digital newsstand” — Forbes.com “To see magazines done correctly look at Zinio” — Huffington Post “The iPad newsstand that works” — Fortune.com “Zinio is to magazines what Kindle is to books” — Engadget.com “If you're a magazine devourer, this is your app.” — PCMag.com “Zinio editions on the iPad are terrific” — Salon.com TOP ZINIO MAGAZINES: • TECH & SCIENCE: Macworld, Wired, New Scientist, Mac Life, Popular Science, National Geographic, Smithsonian • FOOD & HOME: Better Homes and Gardens, Real Simple, Dwell, Good Housekeeping, Food Network Magazine, Bon Appetit, Saveur, Food & Wine • NEWS & BUSINESS: The Economist, Reader’s Digest, The New Yorker, Harvard Business Review, Money, Forbes • ART & PHOTOGRAPHY: Shutterbug, Amateur Photographer, Architectural Digest, Bead&Button, Photography Week • LIFESTYLE & HOBBIES: Consumer Reports, Car and Driver, Oprah Magazine, Top Gear, Cosmopolitan, GQ • FASHION & ENTERTAINMENT: Us Weekly, InStyle, OK!, Star, In Touch Weekly, Vogue, Elle, Vanity Fair • SPORTS & FITNESS: Men’s Health, Weight Watchers, Sports Illustrated, Shape, Procycling LET’S CONNECT Like us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/zinio) & follow us on Twitter (@zinio).
This could be a great app but is hung up with vendor links. In order to get to the navigation bar or out of a magazine, you have to find a page that has some clear space to tap on to bring up the navigation tools, otherwise you are sent off to that vendor’s web page. Some magazines do not have very much clear space and hence you cannot get out of that magazine.
How can you beat having your magazine subscriptions hang around for years? The only issue I have is as a knitter. I cannot print the pattern page I want to carry in my bag with my knitting!! I mean, if I carefully document the pattern and yarn and item I’m making—and that it is using a ZINIO magazine—I might be able to find the pattern again if I lay my knitting down for a week. But usually I’m not that careful and don’t recall where that pattern came from. My question is, WHY can’t I print even a limited number of pages from the magazine I purchased?? If I bought a physical magazine I could put the mag in my knitting bag. I can’t sell one article...or at least I don’t know where. But I really have to limit my purchases to magazines I will only read. Give me the ability to print my patterns—labeled and documented as ZINIO mag patterns if you want—and I’ll love you even more.
This app works well and is very easy to navigate and read the magazine, once you get there. get to your magazine you first have to tap on Library at the bottom, then an annoying screen pops up wanting you to sign up for some magazine for 30% off. It is difficult to find the X to close this window so you can finally get to the magazine.
I can’t delete the crap magazines that show up in my library without my permission Why does ZINIO think it can put mags in my library I don’t want
I was trying to find new magazines to subscribe—only to find my discovery was hard to find. Make this App more simple to use, please.
12 years (and numerous complaints to ZINIO) later, I still cannot access the magazine I purchased THROUGH ZINIO! Boo!
Since updating to iOS 13.1.2 app crashes and will not open. Just updated to 13.2 and it still crashe.
Typical Foreigners... they don’t care about anything except your hard earned money.
The sheer quantity of Magazines from woodworking to business to guns and ammo is great. Also a preview given on the magazine you are about to purchase is great. Thank you Zino Team Greg
I’ve enjoyed using ZINIO for digital magazine purchases and reading magazines anywhere I am. So convenient and very sharp images.