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Next Issue Brings its Library of Magazines to the iPhone, Includes Videos, Slideshows, and More

Posted by on November 4th, 2013
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Next Issue gives you even more options to fill your magazine reading needs by bringing the App to the iPhone. It allows you to enjoy magazines with enhanced content that includes videos, slideshows, interactive infographics, and more. It uses landscape mode so that you can read a single page without needing to zoom, and the magazines have been optimized for fast downloading.

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via: Our Review

Next Issue Puts Out A Brand-New Update That Gives Readers Unlimited Access To Over 100 Magazines

Posted by on September 5th, 2013
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Next Issue – unlimited access to more than 100 magazines issues a new update to its app, making it possible for readers to have unlimited access to over 100 magazines. It also has an improved download performance and adds the ability to download over 3G and 4G networks. So stop reading this and start reading that! Well, no, never stop reading what I have to say. *hug*

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via: Our Review

148Apps’ Best Apps of 2012: 20-11

We’re at the middle part of our rundown of 2012′s best apps. Agree or disagree with our choices? Let us know in the comments below!

20. DocuSign Ink: Getting signatures on important documents becomes a lot easier with this extremely handy app, allowing users to sign with their fingers or a stylus to be added to PDF documents or ones captured with the iOS camera. Angela LaFollette says its security and convenience are unparalleled: “What makes DocuSign Ink stand out from other apps similar to it is that documents are secured and protected from being copied, documents can be stored on cloud services like Box, Dropbox and Google Drive and the app converts PDF fields so users can fill them out with ease.”

FREE!
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2011-11-01 :: Category: Productivity

19. Hueless: While we now have the ability to take photos with realistic color depth, there’s still something about black-and-white photography and the special composition that it requires that makes it stand out even today. Hueless makes this easy by providing real-time capture in black-and-white, as opposed to post-processing. There’s the ability to adjust color filters, exposure, and contrast while shooting, so that perfect shot is attainable the first time. While it may take old-timey photos, it still provides modern features like sharing to social networks, including Instagram. There’s no filter more hip than to have no color whatsoever.

$1.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2012-05-22 :: Category: Photography

18. Next Issue: This app and service combines the all-you-can-consume subscription model of Netflix with magazines, providing the latest issues of many publications available at a flat rate. Monica Stevens loved it: “I don’t have to pick through every stand of the supermarket endcap while my groceries get loaded onto the moving black belt. Next Issue’s mags don’t pile up on my nightstand, either. Next Issue’s offerings are also far more wide-ranging and enjoyable than Apple’s Newstand. Finding viable options for light flight eye-fare is tiresome when the choices are so few.”

FREE!
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-07-10 :: Category: News

17. Byword: The Mac text editor jumped to iOS in 2012, bringing with it a fantastic experience for quickly writing in plain text and Markdown. The latter is especially possible with its great keyboard toolbar for quick access to common formatting. The iCloud and Dropbox support means that writing can be taken anywhere, no matter its starting point. I personally type up everything I write in this app’s various permutations, even on the iPhone 5 sometimes.

$4.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-03-10 :: Category: Productivity

16. Clear: This to-do list app eschews complexity, preferring a simple and stylish experience. Superior to writing things down on paper, for those who just wanted a very easy way to list what they needed to do and mark it off when they were done, Clear is the solution. Later updates provided additional themes and iCloud sync to the Mac version to free up those lists. As well, the app had a decided influence on other productivity apps that tried to mimic its minimalist design.

$4.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-02-15 :: Category: Productivity

15. Bankr Personal Finance: This finance app makes the list thanks to it being not just handy for tracking expenses and monitoring budgets, but for its steady improvements through updates. For example, an update in October, which won our Editor’s Choice award, added Siri and Reminders integration to the app. Angela LaFollette says “There’s not much that this app can’t do. Honestly, I couldn’t find anything to not like about Bankr Personal Finance. … All in all, it’s powerful, well-designed, refreshing and it just made my life a lot easier. Keep tabs on your money by keeping this app around on the home screen.”

$1.99
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2012-06-28 :: Category: Finance

14. Creatorverse: The creators of Second Life jumped on to iOS with a physics sandbox app that impressed our Lisa Caplan: “Creatorverse‘s unique sandbox style may mean it’s more fun for kids (or kids at heart), it’s the creative possibility that makes it so engaging. Whether uses wish to make a simple pinball-style game or a short animation, it’s a neat concept that lets users explore their artistic side.”

FREE!
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-11-01 :: Category: Games

13. Readability: While it has existed as a web service for some time, the app is a fantastically engrossing experience for quickly and easily reading some of the internet’s best writing. Lisa Caplan praised it in her review: “It’s a pure, simple, and beautiful reading experience, particularly for longer articles and in-depth reports. Yes, Readability’s app was worth the wait. It’s also completely free, so download it.”

FREE!
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-03-01 :: Category: News

12. Things 2.0: A free update to the existing Things app, the new Things Cloud feature freed to-do lists from an individual device and made them available anywhere a user used the app. Ruairi O’Gallochoir says “…my love for Things was only reaffirmed with the 2.0 update. Users are sure to appreciate the Cloud Sync features, its amazing interface and its powerful task management tools. Although some may be deterred by its fairly expensive price tag, once you see past it and realise you are paying for an extremely well designed app you might be able to justify the decision with yourself.”

$19.99
iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Released: 2010-04-01 :: Category: Productivity

11. Jasmine: iOS 6 stripping out Google services entirely made for a great entry point for third-party developers to jump in with apps that improve on the official experience. Jasmine would be notable if only thanks to its sleek interface, but for two killer features: one, it can play videos that are otherwise made unavailable on mobile. Two, it can play the audio from videos after the app is minimized. The app’s core features are available for free in a universal app. It’s the best way to check out YouTube on iOS.

FREE!
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-09-20 :: Category: News

Next Issue Adds Eight New Titles To An Already Impressive Roster

Posted by on November 29th, 2012
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Next Issue, one of our favorite ways to consume the kinds of magazines you might find at the doctor’s office waiting room, has just announced an additional eight titles. These represent an expansion not only to the number of magazines included, but to the type of publishers – all eight are from publishers that weren’t part of the original agreement.

The new titles added to the Next Issue catalog include: ESPN The Magazine, Fast Company, Food & Wine, Inc., Men’s Fitness, Men’s Journal, New York Magazine and Travel + Leisure. While the Next Issue catalog continues to grow with the addition of these eight new magazines, pricing of the unlimited access plans remains the same.

App Update: Next Issue Update Adds 31 Magazines to the Rack

Posted by on September 10th, 2012
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

In our review of the Next Issue app and subscription magazine service, we found it to be a great value. And now Next Issue has been updated to include an additional 31 magazines. This brings the total to over 70 magazines still at their original subscription price of $9.99 for the monthly magazines, or $14.99 including the weekly magazines.

The new magazines include: Cosmopolitan, Country Living, Details, Eating Well, Elle Décor, Every Day with Rachael Ray, Family Circle, Family Fun, Food Network Magazine, Golf World (available for Unlimited Premium subscribers), Good Housekeeping, Harper’s Bazaar, HGTV Magazine, House Beautiful, Ladies’ Home Journal, Living the Country Life, Marie Claire, Midwest Living, More, O, The Oprah Magazine, Redbook, Road & Track, Seventeen, Successful Farming, Teen Vogue, Town & Country, Traditional Home, Veranda, W, Woman’s Day, Wood

App Update: Next Issue Readies for 30 More Magazines

Posted by on August 24th, 2012
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

If you’re as big a fan of Next Issue as I am, you’ll thrill to know that there will soon be 30 more magazines to browse within the app. This new update is mandatory to be able to get the new issues, which will add to your account, basic or premium, soon.

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