National Review

National Review

National Review

By National Review

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2011-05-13
  • Current Version: 24.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 56.28 MB
  • Developer: National Review
  • Compatibility: iOS 12.0+
Score: 4.61
From 5,222 Ratings


Subscribers to NRPLUS or app-only subscribers (see Subscription Options below) may read National Review print-magazine content on their tablets or phones using the National Review app. Subscribed users have the ability to scroll through and select National Review digital print editions and view that content either in PDF form or text. All downloaded issues are stored on devices and available for viewing at any time. By clicking the app’s Website prompt, all users can view National Review’s free website articles and blog posts (including content from The Corner and Bench Memos). Note: Full access to all the content on the National Review website, free and paywalled, is only available to NRPLUS subscribers logged into the National Review website. SUBSCRIPTION OPTIONS The National Review app is free to download. All users may explore magazine tables of contents, although to read those articles you must either have logged into the app using your NRPLUS credentials or have made a purchase of the app’s magazine content through the app or via iTunes. Single issues of National Review magazine on the app are available for $1.99. Monthly subscriptions are $2.99 and annual subscriptions are $19.99. These subscriptions are not NRPLUS memberships, which can only be purchased through the National Review website. National Review Pricing: • Subscription 1 Month - USD 2.99* • Subscription 1 Year - USD 19.99* * For non-US app stores, the equivalent currency charges will apply. Please note: App subscriptions do not include access to subscription-only content on our website. Additional Subscription Information: • Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. • Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. • Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. • Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. • No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Privacy Policy - Terms of Use - • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.


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Forgets I subscribed - cannot read articles

I have to restore purchases continuously but even that does not allow me to read articles most of the time.
By flyfishinphil

Not user friendly

The old app has much greater functionality
By Free Market Capitalist

Great magazine Horrible App

Please fix this ... still have problems acceding articles despite being a subscriber
By RP Peters


I love this magazine but I can’t get the app to work. I log in, go to read an article and it wants me to log in. Horrible.
By So Bay dude


Scrolling is messed up
By mcCauleu


Reloads pages so often that you can’t finish an article.
By Hawkeye Nerd

Love the content, HATE the app

National Review is my favorite website hands-down for its thoughtful and thought-provoking content. But the app is terrible. For some reason, it kicks me out of an article I’m reading and sends me back to the menu of articles. This is a consistent problem and has been happening for months. Another problem with the app is that it inconsistently won’t allow me to view NR Plus articles, even though I am a subscriber and am logged in. I have tried emailing app support but that was frustrating as well and the problem hasn’t been resolved.
By BLS in MA

Fantastic site

There is no other place on the web to get such intelligent thoughtful analysis of the both the issues of the day and on culture and philosophy. The mobile app design seems a bit outdated compared to the website, but this is a must have for the thinkers out there.
By rkurschn

A terrible app

Regardless of what you think of the content on The National Review, it is hard to get past the frustratingly clunky app. It takes forever to load. It is not stable. Even though I have an annual subscription, it always asks me to subscribe. The only way I have found to clear the subscription add is to attempt to resubscribe. Only to have it remind me that I am already subscribed.
By BakeJ 3

Excellent Content, Dreadful App

The content of National Review is definitely first class. However, this is diminished by the poor and inconsistent layout of the app, and more so by the buggy interface. Clearly, programmers and designers were not selected with the same consideration as the writers and editors. The worst aspect is the app’s habit of resetting itself. This seems to occur approximately once every 10-15 minutes, and necessitates relocating both the article and the place within article to resume reading.
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