I’m a subscribed for the print edition. I find it strange that print subscriptions don’t automatically include an online subscription - especially for a magazine titled “Wired.” The print edition costs you more. The online version gives you opportunities to give subscribers a second look at your ads. It just doesn’t make sense.
Completely idiotic that WIRED, a magazine that prides itself on all-things-technology, doesn’t support landscape mode on the iPad. I subscribed to the magazine 15 months ago (it’s June 2020) and anticipated that at some point Conde Nas would get it together and update the app to support a horizontal presentation. Looks like I won’t be renewing my subscription, What an embarrassment.
Opening monthly magazine issues on iPhone contains some formatting issues between text & visuals. I highly doubt Wired does this on purpose or else people with OCD will get annoyed due to the misplacement of text. Swiping through the magazine is also difficult as I have to repeatedly swipe left/right to change pages. Good content but the app needs work.
The application does not display in landscape mode and as I tried to type this feedback, it does not allow for keyboard typing from the new magic keyboard. It would be great if we can read this magazine in landscape mode on iPad Pro.
This is one of the few magazines that are more enjoyable on an iPad. Care has been taken month to month to develop a quality product for the reader. Keep up the good work
The articles go on and on re: Force of nature article in April 2020 hard copy mag. Soon “I “ lose interest and am confused about what the item was about.
Amazed at the depth and breadth of the topics and research in every article. Love this publication !
The iPad version of the app doesn’t support landscape mode. also doesn’t appear to support dynamic text resizing. This makes it kind of hard to read and also makes it easier to lose your place while reading
In addition to the best STEM articles Wired provides what I find to to be some of the most well reasoned political insights that are either overlooked or ignored by other sources.
I use an iPad and an iPhone. I hate apps that will not rotate to accommodate landscape orientation in an iPad. Boo!