Texture - Unlimited Magazines

Texture - Unlimited Magazines

By Next Issue Media

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2012-07-10
  • Current Version: 5.11.11
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 80.10 MB
  • Developer: Next Issue Media
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 5
5
From 44,461 Ratings

Description

Continue to read your favorite magazines, plus so much more with Apple News+. Apple News+ gives you access to hundreds of magazines, with titles in every category. Dive into top magazines and leading newspapers, with a new and improved reading experience on iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Download current and available back issues for offline reading, and get access for up to 6 family members with Family Sharing. Start a 1-month free trial now and enjoy full issues of Vogue, National Geographic, Rolling Stone, InStyle, Bon Appétit, and so many more — plus The Wall Street Journal and L.A. Times. New subscribers only. After trial ends, plan auto-renews ($9.99/mo) until canceled.

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Reviews

  • Revert to Texture Format

    1
    By frtxcvbjyytf
    I normally enjoy anything by Apple, but the Apple+ that replaced Texture is @#$*@. Pay attention to the reviewers. I am not able to download my magazines and read as if I were reading the print edition offline. The app takes the reader to what appears to be a webpage to read. This takes away from the pleasure of reading the magazine. If I wanted to read article I could stick with searching for articles on webpages. I stopped my account and will not renew until the Texture format is brought back. I will read Issu, or similar app.
  • Sooooo sad it’s changing!

    5
    By Lisa ACCox
    Texture is such an easy-to-Use app- Apple, why not leave it th way it is!!!!
  • Awesome app!

    5
    By imissbill
    I love this app! And now I hear it’s going away in a week!!! So bummed! What about all the stuff I’ve saved? Can I still access it?
  • Love the Texture App

    5
    By Busytati
    I've had Texture for about 2 years and have saved a bunch of articles to read later and numerous other articles from Consumers Reports to review for possible purchases. These are in addition to articles I've read. It's like having your own personal library of all the popular and specialty magazines. I especially like the "Highlights" feature. Many of my saved articles were ones from the Highlights feature. As the name implies, it shows interesting articles from various magazines; many I would never look thru. I'm concerned that I won't have the same variety of magazines and special features when apple news takes over, such as History, Variety, etc.). I'm going to hope for the best. Texture was good while it lasted. I took it for granted.
  • The best magazine app, period.

    5
    By Dickdickson789
    The app is a great alternative to piles and piles of magazines. The user interface is easy. Keeping a collection of old issues is very useful. They keep adding magazines and this makes the app better as time goes by. I can see the top of my coffee table. Recently they've added weekly magazines. This increases the number to 80. The weekly addition requires a premium account that costs an additional five bucks per month. Currently they only have a few weekly magazines like Time and NY Magazine. I think it would be worth the extra cost if they had a dozen or so weeklies. Update: now plenty of weekly magazines. Sadly the app is scheduled to be retired in favor of Apple's News+. I use News+ and it doesn’t have near the quality and predictability of a user interface that Texture has. Maybe that will change soon. I hope so.
  • Really selling to Apple

    5
    By omg/texture
    Was great on its own
  • Horrible replacement for texture

    1
    By Henrbeach
    This is a horrible replacement for texture. I can’t figure out where to find my magazines. I will stick with texture or cancel my news upgrade. Texture is so easy and apple news is just stories. I want to read magazines.
  • Love Texture

    5
    By Sd1a
    I can’t believe it’s going away! I will really miss access to all magazines
  • News+ magazine offering a poor replacement for Texture

    5
    By NFry
    News+’s magazine offering is very much an example of, “If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it.” There is little need for improvement with Texture, the magazine app that News+ will soon replace. With Texture, magazines can be downloaded or deleted at will by the user, downloaded issues can be retained for as long as you like, and back issues are readily available (an especially valuable feature regarding Consumer Reports when a major consumer purchase is contemplated). Texture’s navigation is simple and intuitive. None of the above applies to New+ magazines. As for the newspaper offering, if none of the big national newspapers are available (Washington Post, NY Times, USA Today) what’s the point (admittedly the WSJ is a plus)? Given the current state of News +, I canceled the free trial after less than 24 hours and reinstated my Texture subscription, hoping Apple, after seeing all the negative user and print media reviews, will continue Texture beyond next month or include it unaltered as the magazine feature of News+
  • Great App

    5
    By WoodburyGal
    Thank you Texture for a great user experience! I really enjoy this app and wish it would continue. I’ve been slowly moving to News+ but that experience is so frustrating. I read magazines during my commute to work and don’t have access to the internet. Texture’s magazine download feature is so user friendly. News+ frustrates me because the magazines don’t stay downloaded. If I forget to open the app in the morning before I leave home, I can’t read the magazines that the day before had been downloaded. If the download and delete features can be updated in News+, I’ll be satisfied. Thank you Texture for the great app. I will miss using it!

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