By A Medium Corporation

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2014-03-20
  • Current Version: 3.54
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 96.47 MB
  • Developer: A Medium Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 16,461 Ratings


At Medium, we are creating a network for writing that enables people to make an impression on others. To make them think or change their minds. To teach them something or connect emotionally. Where the quality of the idea matters, not the author’s qualifications. A place where conversation pushes ideas forward and words still matter. Read: The best reads tailored just for you. You'll find a curated blend of human and algorithmically curated stories ensures you always have something to dive into. Plus, dive into Series, a new type of story that can be added to over time and unfolds card by card with the tap of your finger, available exclusively on our app. Write: Switch from your phone to your tablet to your computer, seamlessly. Write wherever inspiration strikes. React: Highlight a particular passage that speaks to you, or clap for it to share the piece with your followers. Join the conversation by writing your own response to a story that moved you. Through our new subscription, you can upgrade to become a Medium member. Unlock a new layer of Medium: one with exclusive stories from top writers, audio versions of top posts on Medium, a supercharged offline reading list, and more. All for $4.99/month. Your Medium membership will automatically renew each month, and you will be charged $4.99 through your iTunes account within 24-hours prior to the end of the current monthly cycle. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings up until 24-hours before the end of the current period, but refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the term. Please visit our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service for more information: Privacy Policy: Terms of Service: Questions? Feedback? To get help, visit



  • Love it

    By Tusky mama
    Articles just at my fingertips. Given me something worthwhile and scroll worthy to do on my phone
  • Articles on Depression links

    By joycebgood
    I stumbled on several articles by accident. Exciting new research. I MUST stumble to Medium more often!
  • Best blogging app + platform—ever

    By fbonsal
    There's not been a more facile, more productive way to write and share. Period. I've been a Member since March 2017 and will continue apace. Thank you, Medium Staff and Leaders for continuing to add value to textual, auditory, and visual output.
  • Lagby scrolling on iPad 2018

    By wwhhdjsmmeeiisjdnniwsjjcke
    As titled
  • Dictionary

    By ejoon16
    I really used to like reading this app but now when I go into it to read articles. My entire list is starred articles that I can’t read because I don’t have subscription and I have chosen not to sign up for one.
  • Great for people on the go.

    I unfortunately have attention span of a goldfish but am always looking to learn new things. Medium is great for short, well written and informative bits of knowledge when I find enough time to sit still. 👍🏼👍🏼
  • Review

    By Guiseppi Paulino
    First off this is an awesome app. It ha shelled me get over my fear of never being published and some of my favorite writers use it too. So that is an amazing blessing. Also being able to subscribe for the partner program was seamless from my phone. That is where the issue lays. I can publish from my phone but I can make a membership only publication from my phone. That’s a huge drag since o write mostly from my phone. That’s the only reason why it’s not 5/5 stars. Fixing this would be a huge leap.
  • Kris Gage

    By Wayne p73
    Kris Gage is one of, if not the most phenomenal writer I’ve ever read. Absolutely love her work. ❤️❤️❤️
  • Still shaky

    By catwriter
    I’ve been checking in on Medium periodically since its inception. The UX/UI is great whether on desktop or mobile app. And there is some stellar writing happening here, of a more thoughtful and articulate nature than what you usually find online. But their paid model is puzzling. What constitutes the premium content? Who curates or edits it, and why should I pay to read it, when the internet is full of content that is either free or professionally published? The value proposition is not clear. I think the paid subscription could easily be converted to a more established model to monetize this more successfully - subscribe to writers you like (like Patreon), pay for the app, or pay for your “blog page” to post your own content (like Wordpress). Lastly, I don’t know if it’s because I’m not a paid subscriber, or because it’s just not thriving, but a lot of the content I’m being shown dates back to 2014-2016.
  • Worst website on the internet

    By worst website
    Please cancel my subscription and return the money I stupidly paid you to any readers this is a terrible I asked wrong self serving website for uneducated people who just want to feel sorry for themselves.