Game Informer

Game Informer

By Game Informer

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2012-05-31
  • Current Version: 2.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 14.53 MB
  • Developer: Game Informer
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 2.5
2.5
From 1,302 Ratings

Description

Welcome to Game Informer, the world’s largest computer and video game magazine! A 25-year veteran to publishing, Game Informer Magazine continues to shape the video game industry by expanding perspectives and providing in-depth knowledge and insight into the games market. We deliver news, previews, reviews, and features on computer, mobile, social, and console video games including Xbox One, PlaysStation 4, Wii U, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, 3DS, DS, PC, Vita, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, PSVR, iOS, and PSP. Now available on your iPhone* and iPad**, Game Informer Magazine is the industry's leading magazine and is the 3rd largest overall consumer magazine in the United States. You can buy individual issues or subscribe, all right within the app. Visit FAQ page at http://www.gameinformer.com/maghelp *Available for iPhone 5 and newer. ** Available for iPad 2 and newer. --------------------------------------------- *** NEW PURCHASE OPTIONS *** Individual issue pricing: $4.99 -Subscribe using the auto-renew feature and you won’t miss an issue ever! Once your initial 12 issues have been received, your subscription will automatically renew for another year at $19.99. • 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 • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable Link to terms of use: http://www.gameinformer.com/p/iosterms.aspx Link to privacy policy: http://www.gameinformer.com/p/privacy.aspx

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Reviews

  • Crashes on iPhone X

    1
    By TheJTizzle
    Just got the new version. Still crashes as soon as you hit “read” on an iPhone X. I will not be renewing my subscription.
  • Waste of (life, time, money)

    1
    By DJ:JR Burrows
    Thought I’d be cool with my iPad and read all the latest gaming news. Not only does this app not work, it denies you from logging in most of the time. Go on, try calling for help. You’ll get the dumbest person whom ever existed on the other end (after over an hour of holding). Save yourself the headache and kill a tree... stick to the print
  • Filled with bugs.

    1
    By jBud83
    App crashes trying to delete old issues. Have to call support every year when I renew because this app can’t recognize I’m still a subscriber. GameStop/GameInformer should be embarrassed to have their name associated with this program.
  • Misdirected hate in the Reviews—App and content 5/5

    5
    By Sparky Guru
    I don’t understand why this app is rated so poorly. The only thing I can think of is that Gameinformer is receiving a lot of misdirected Gamestop hate. I am running this app on the newest version of iOS on an iPad Pro 9.7 inch and the digital magazine is beautiful. 99% of the complaints users have about Navigation is resolved if you read the User Interface Demo that pops up after opening the app for the first time. To address one complaint I’m seeing pop up in a lot of reviews: to back out of an issue and access the main menu again, tap and lightly hold the screen and the User Interface will pop up. The demo is also available for access at any time in the “help” tab in case if you forget the gesture controls. I have had absolutely no issues running this app. Magazines download fine, pages turn beautifully, the scroll feature works great, imbedded videos and their sound play seamlessly. There have been zero crashes with my use over the past year since switching to digital. As far as the content of the magazines — no, these are not PDF copies of the print magazines. All of the text is there, but the arrangement is catered to being on a digital device and digital users actually get MORE than people receiving print magazines. For each game or event mentioned, you get direct links to view additional previews, reviews, and features on the Gameinformer website. You even get direct links to purchase games from game-stop—should you choose to purchase games from there. Imbedded videos are wonderful. When I see a new game that I’m interested in, a lot of times Gameinformer will have a trailer right there on the page for me to watch at that exact moment. My experience with this app has been incredibly user friendly. Images, videos, and sound are beautiful on my iPad and I don’t regret switching my subscription to digital. Also, I really enjoy the high quality editorial presentation of the features. The writing is adept and packed with information. We live in a world where we get news every second of every day, so monthly magazines are struggling to compete. Gameinformer is succeeding in maintaining relevance through this app.
  • Just Bad

    1
    By pjnelson692
    Haven’t been able to link my subscription or read an issue without paying for the issue again in over a year! The worst part is that the company just doesn’t care. No one has bothered to update this app since it launched.
  • Poorly made

    1
    By French Toast FT
    I love the idea of the app but there are way too many bugs for me to remotely enjoy using it. A lot of reviews say they can't back out of a issue, which I've never had any problems with (just press and hold on the middle of a page and it will give you the option to back out), but I've had major problems with things as simple as turning pages. I will turn the page and it will get stuck half way and it won't let me continue turning or reading. I have to turn back a page and go forward again about 4/5 times before it skips the page I want to goto and then I can back into the page in order to read it. Also the purchase and other links at the problem are generally buggy. It won't actually launch the site but instead, it will just sit there and act like I never pressed it. Also the biggest issue I have is that I can't load some issues that are in my library. I have a subscription, and yet it won't let me read the issue unless I spend $5 to buy it individually. I am currently having that issue with my monster hunter world December 2017 issue. If you have the choice to get the physical copy, do that instead. The app has been broken forever and a day and no one's doing anything to fix issues that have been around since the app launched.
  • iPhone 4 stars/iPad 1.

    2
    By Jeffrey99
    Works great on the iPhone even though issues take forever to Download. However I find it useless on the iPad. Who buys a iPad to read a magazine in landscape rotation? Every other magazine on earth is in portrait.
  • Doesnt work

    1
    By Cotner
    I click download and it just stays at 0% forever. I have force closed, restarted, reinstalled app and ofc made sure my subscription is current. Very frustrating.
  • I see what this app has two stars

    1
    By DeVante D
    Its trash. I can't find out how to get back to he main library without closing and reopening the app a thousand times. It's frustrating.
  • Great mag, horrid app

    1
    By CarrollNewby
    Downloading the app takes forever like 10 to 20 minutes or more and if u multitask while it downloads it stops n u gotta start all over again. Get the paper backs.

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