Scientific American

Scientific American

By Nature Publishing Group

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2012-07-17
  • Current Version: 2.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 20.94 MB
  • Developer: Nature Publishing Group
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.70962
4.70962
From 4,408 Ratings

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Description

A subscription to Scientific American magazines is available through iTunes for $49.99 annually or $5.99 monthly and is renewed automatically at the end of the subscription term, until cancelled. Individual issues are $6.99 each. Payment for all purchases will be charged to your iTunes account. For more information, please visit iTunes Terms and Conditions: https://www.apple.com/legal/internet-services/itunes/volume/us/terms.html Founded in 1845, Scientific American provides expert insights on the most important and awe-inspiring advances in science and technology. With news and commentary about current events and in-depth features by experts, including more than 200 Nobel Prize-winning scientists, Scientific American is the essential guide to the modern world. Support Science Journalism. Become a Subscriber. Scientific American Customer Service: Email: [email protected]

Reviews

  • who took the since out of Scientific Magazine

    1
    By mbarnick
    Been reading SA since around 1975. It was this magazine that inspired me to create and learn. Now, the publication is almost exclusively about global warming and how horrible western civilization is. This is constant and a large portion of EVERY issue If I wanted confirmation bias on left wing politics, I would subscribe to Time magazine. Other tha pure science, the only way to solve global warming is through population reduction. This is a difficult task as all humans have rights. Pointing fingers a people like a bunch of snowflakes and support presidential candidates is not what the publication used to be about. No one is going to inspired to be an engineer or scientist reading SA. Unless you think that taking an environmental studies class makes you a scientist. Ahhh, the end of an era. My subscription will not be renewed.
  • Righto

    5
    By Gbrake7
    Right good read, this.
  • Great content, terrible app

    3
    By Erreurjean
    I love Scientific American, but this app really misses the mark. It is buggy, clunky, hard to navigate, and just plain ugly. SA, please hire UX consultants or something. This is embarrassing.
  • Still can not login

    2
    By Hotrodsv
    I can login using my browser but this app won’t let me login using my password. Is there any solution to this problem?
  • Awesome

    5
    By Preacherman2000
    S awe
  • AVOID

    1
    By Abacai
    This is the worst App ever developed. I have two paper and 2 digital subscriptions and they never work on this App. Whatever you do don’t subscribe through Apple and use a web browser for access. If this App is representative of American Science, our time has passed. 3 years of constant misery.
  • Video crashes

    3
    By VO'F
    I’ve been trying .... wait, I cannot see what am I writing,
  • Kludgy and getting worse

    1
    By Joe2011m
    What started off as a wonderful intuitive app that allowed you to zoom in to view figures and insights and bookmark articles has morphed into an app that is barely useful. To views figures now you have to use a tiny zoom window (what genius came up with that) photos can no longer be zoomed. Going back to paper here
  • The app is great

    5
    By 2hoursLateAreUserious?
    I prefer to read the printed version, but with the app I can keep reading the issue wherever
  • Scientific American app

    5
    By tom big historian
    Really handy. But it’s a bit easier to navigate in iBooks. Page lay out in a row at bottom. Would be god to have book mark and underlining capability. The app should look and feel like the magazine.

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