From the deepest depths of the ocean to the peak of Mt. Everest, National Geographic allows you to see and experience the world in new ways. The new National Geographic app now provides online and offline access to stories that reveal insights into cultures, ideas, and discoveries. App features: • Downloadable articles for offline reading • Unlimited access to captivating stories and photo galleries for subscribers • Exclusive content, monthly special features, invitations, and benefits for subscribers • Free account allows users to sample content • Personalized story lists for easy access to read later • Clean, ad-free reading experience • Digital viewing of our award-winning magazine National Geographic subscription options: - Monthly subscription: $2.99/month - Annual subscription: $19 If you are already a subscriber to National Geographic access through the app is already included in your subscription. Download the app and follow the prompts to link your account. Payment will be processed through your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew per the billing cycle of your subscription (i.e., monthly or yearly) 24-hours before the end of the current period, and your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account. The renewal charge for your Subscription shall be the same as the original purchase price, unless you are otherwise notified in advance. To avoid the billing of fees for the next Subscription period, you must switch off your monthly or yearly Subscription at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings. You will not receive a refund for the fees you already paid for you current Subscription period and you will continue to have access to your Subscription until the end of your current Subscription period. National Geographic provides no refunds and you may cancel auto-renewal at any time. All sales are final. After purchase via iTunes, you will have unlimited access on this device. -- Your California Privacy Rights: https://privacy.thewaltdisneycompany.com/en/current-privacy-policy/your-california-privacy-rights/ Do Not Sell My Information: https://privacy.thewaltdisneycompany.com/en/dnsmi/
Excellent content for viewers with a subscription. Articles cover a wide variety of topics, and is very cheap and affordable.
I was really hoping I could read Nat Geo on my ipad just like the printed magazine, seeing those big beautiful two page spreads in all their glory as they were meant to be seen/read. I get it on a phone due to the real estate, but on the ipad I only see one page at a time where I should be able to view two. Or at least have the option to go landscape and switch to two pages. Am I missing something? Is this not possible? I have ipad Air 3rd generation, iOS 15.5.
Always a great photo magazine!
The app would not allow me to type in my email address at the login screen using the on display-based or external keyboard, nor would it present the passwords option until I used notes app to type/copy my email address using keyboard shortcut. After copying the email the password icon appeared. iPad OS 15.5 -7th Gen iPad. App version 7.24.0+2504. I do see an update.
I like the content and the pictures. I want a way to increase font size. So far I can't find anything that lets me do that. Some days I'm fine with the standard font and some I reach for glasses or just give up and read something else.
Inspiring and in-depth stories, beautiful pictures, and rich contents covering nature, history and many other topics. The mobile app shows not only the current month print, but all the prints all the way back to 1900’s. Love it and please keep up the great work!
What’s the point of Downloading Stories if you can’t read them offline. I downloaded many articles and magazines to read on my trip. You can’t open the content without internet access. But how can you get internet access on the middle my expedition where they only have the basic availability is electricity.
Well written thanks.
As a professional photographer myself I’ve always loved reading the magazine. Great stories incredible images. The only thing I don’t like about the new app is downloaded, offline issue of the magazine are saved as text only. What is the point of downloading the worlds best photographed magazine if I can’t see the images when I don’t have an internet connection? It would be nice to be resting up from an amazing day of photography for example in base camp inside the arctic circle and be able to view and read a nat geo story about the arctic circle.
Best publication ever