Rolling Stone Magazine

Rolling Stone Magazine


  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2013-01-17
  • Current Version: 19.2.4
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 47.28 MB
  • Developer: PMC
  • Compatibility: iOS 11.0+
Score: 3.04
From 46 Ratings


For more than 50 years, Rolling Stone has been a leader in the cultural conversation with defining coverage of music, politics, culture and entertainment. Enjoy thousands of stories, exclusive RS lists and even more reviews of albums, songs, TV shows and movies. Plus robust political coverage to keep you in the know. Key features of the new app: TOP HEADLINES: Quickly browse the Music, Politics, TV, Movies, Culture, and Video sections with improved navigation and article search. EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS: Galleries of photos because no one gets you behind the scenes and up-close like Rolling Stone CUSTOMIZABLE HOMEPAGE: Immediately access the stories that matter most to you with an article feed tailored to your preferences. SAVE ARTICLES: Save articles to read later in a single tap, and access easily on your personalized home screen. REAL-TIME NEWS ALERTS: Keep up with breaking stories as they happen with push notifications, easily toggled on or off in the app settings menu. E-EDITION: The iconic magazine presented in an easy to read format and at your fingertips Purchase Options: • Monthly subscription for $9.99 per month, automatically renewed until cancelled. • Annual subscription for $99.99 per year, automatically renewed until cancelled​. Payment for your purchase will be charged to your iTunes account. Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off in your Account Settings at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. For subscribers in auto-renew, your iTunes account will automatically be charged at the same price for renewal prior to the end of the current period (another year for annual subscribers). No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period. Terms of Use Privacy Policy California Privacy Rights Do Not Sell My Personal Information


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No Landscape Version

My iPad sits on a stand with a keyboard. There is not setting for landscape. So I have to tip my iPad sideways and awkwardly try and “enjoy” articles. It can’t be hard to offer this? What gives. It is a horrible iPad experience.
By xx__

No landscape mode?

Missing this key element, especially useful on iPad
By Jellerbee

Vice is the new Rolling Stones sorry

That’s it
By Conrado Sant


By Meyshajshsgdg

Disappointing. No way to search archives.

I got a Rolling Stone subscription to read older articles. I got the app to avoid some of the janky issues with the website. But there’s no easy way to find older articles with this app. It’s fine if you want to read the current content or you enjoy browsing year by year, but terrible for accessing some of the best historical music journalism of the last 60 years.
By morganthemoth


It would be cool if you could search for articles.
By munchjw2020

Cancel Culture

Wants to take u down? I am coming back. Even better that that puts Wenner is gone!!!
By rwq12

Why even have an app?

Though I am a paying subscriber I have no way of logging in. This app is beyond pointless, it is maddening!
By Gr8OdinsRavens

No Way To Login - Useless

I am a print & digital subscriber and am unable to access content or read articles. The digital subscription and this app are useless. Obviously there’s a huge disconnect between account subscriber management and the developers of this (cr)app. Don’t waste your time subscribing or downloading this.
By Woody0228

Magazine Buried, Unusable

The app took a giant step backwards. The focus is now “online content,” and the magazine itself it buried on the last tab with no way to navigate through its table of contents — the only option now is an awkward scroll through every page. Worse, there is no way to save where you left off in an article, even if you just leave the app for a minute. Without the ability to get cozy with deep reads of the magazine, the app is just basically a website of tabs and links, but less elegantly usable than an actual website.
By southpawscribe