App works smoothly, one of the few digital magazines with no problems. The magazine itself has lots of interesting features and information, both serious and fun. Brit gay mags seem to be so much better than the American ones.
Purchased a subscription on my iPhone a few weeks ago and the app doesn't recognize my subscription. I am unable to download any issues and I've sent two help requests over the last week with no response.
I can't find the app on my phone, I don't see it anywhere to delete. I need to find a way to delete
This is how u spell "disgusting"...now spell "tolerance"....
Plz take of my purchis Sorry for my spelling
I rediscovered GT on here, and what a refreshing experience to a really fresh and vibrant magazine that covers the silly, serious and salacious life of gay men, all with a wink of the eye and and wonderful sarcasm when needed. Since then loss of the Advocate in he US, this this sort of publication has been sorely absent in my life. On the other hand, my New York Times all digital subscription, that costs as much per month as does my GT. Sub on here, is constantly forgetting I am paying through the nose for rapidly devolving news service and trying to get me to buy a new sub every time I turn on my iPad or change to my cell or one of my desktops. And the App just keeps charging away with duplicate Subscriptions for a sub that is supposed to cover all my digital devices but also seems to have advanced Alzheimer's disease.
Please take off my purchased list. (Not rating it with the star either)
I loved the naked edition with one of the most popular gay couples ever luke shayler and Trent owers they r so cute and they decided to share the love with us
Approximately the beginning of 2013, I had downloaded DNA & Gay Times magazine app that work in conjunction with Apple's newsstand app. After downloading these apps I purchased a 12 month subscription of DNA, several individual issue of DNA, and a 6 month subscription to Gay Times. The app operated marginally at best. These apps would crash and lose the data of my magazine subscription in which I would have to constantly redownload this data. My DNA subscription was automatically renewed for another 12 months in January of 2014. Sometime between March and April of 2014 I had noticed these two apps had crashed again. I deleted these two apps from my iPad and redownloaded them back on my iPad, which normally corrects issues with apps that have crashed. (This is also a solution Apple recommends to fix issue with apps that have crashed.). However after replace these apps back on my iPad, they would continue to fail and would not restore my collection of magazines that I have purchased. I contacted the Apple's iTunes Store to discuss the issue I was having. After discussing my issue with Robert a iTunes supervisor, I expressed to him that if Apple nor it's developer of these apps is going to maintain the integrity of these apps I wanted a full refund of the monies I had paid them. After a lengthy discussion with Robert, he did not address trying to resolve issues with these apps and only offered a refund of the most current subscription. I feel in this case with the lack of maintaining these apps Apple has failed to offer me what I have purchased which are digital magazine. Apple's refusal to refund me for all digital media I have purchased on my Apple iPad via these two apps is considered stealing data from me. I think it is disappointing that a Company like Apple would steal from the consumers that help build it to the multimillion dollar company it day!