National Review

National Review

National Review

By National Review

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2011-05-13
  • Current Version: 22.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 61.16 MB
  • Developer: National Review
  • Compatibility: iOS 12.0+
Score: 4.6
From 4,278 Ratings


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Larger font needed

Good but you need a larger font.

Terrible App

Good content suffocated by terrible app. Even with a paid subscription the content refreshes constantly to make way for advertising at the top, middle and bottom of the screen.. With such a small subscriber base, National Review should figure out a way to keep paying customers.
By CWV58

Educated news

I am so glad there are still well written articles , that are not full of propaganda . There are conservative views which are most of the time blocked from social media , like twitter, FB . Is just good to have different perspective and I feel NR gives me that
By No knuckleheads

Thoughtful and intelligent

A must read
By CatDawg100


Great to have easy access to NR! I just started using the app and maybe I need more practice. However, it has happened a few times that the app abruptly jumps back to the cover from whatever’s I was reading. It is easy to navigate back to the article and not a big issue. Well worth the small inconvenience to have NR at my fingertips.
By Neuie to St Louie

Ads as far as you can see

Okay I pay for the NRPlus so to get 90% reduced ads on the app. But, I could still get about three ads on my screen at once... Besides that everything's great. I just don’t know if the subscription I have is working
By DrownedTortoise

Great Content. App is Horrible.

The writing is impeccable. Always honest and well-argued. The app is atrocious. Buggy and frustrating.
By caltele515

Confusing app

Filled with ads despite having a subscription. On my iphone se i get 2 lines of text i can read at a time. Subscription model is too confusing. (Nr plus vs digital vs app).
By Squash1789

Ads ads ads

I pay for a subscription, so why do I have to put up with ads constantly popping up?
By CWB853

Doesn’t work!

I have paid for a 12 month subscription and still cannot get the app to open articles! I have written to customer service and done all they said to do and it doesn’t help! Awful frustrating experience!
By Spintastic Sounds


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