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The applications Popular Science was published
in the category News on 2010-04-01 and
was developed by Bonnier Corporation.
The file size is 31.87 MB.
The current version is 5.3.19 and works well on
7.0 and high ios versions.
- Bug and stability fixes
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Even though I signed up with a valid account it won't let me log in to actually use it. After communicating with customer service for a week in an effort to get my account to actually work I am still unable to log in. Awful app don't bother downloading, just read the physical magazine. If I could give it 0 stars I would
Haven't had this app for some time, but good lord what happened to it? You used to be able to read articles on here without paying, now you have to pay? I realize they need to make money, but what happened to advertising? I feel as though science is already falling to the wayside in America, but now a popular science, no pun intended, magazine must limit even further those who would like access to their material?
I love popular science! I have no problems with this app other than the absence of landscape view. Please add support for this! I often read it on my iPad and I would much rather be able to stand it up on the table in front of me with my case than hold my iPad out in front of me while I read and risk dropping it. Not to mention my arm gets quite tired.
You would think that a publication dedicated to science would impress you with it's app version. It looks like they just scanned the magazine. The text is microscopic and you have to zoom and scroll in order to read anything. There is nothing under settings to increase the font size. It is not an enjoyable experience whatsoever to read this. It is one of the most primitive apps I have ever downloaded.
Print edition just formatted to fit the iPhone. Not useable, can't read on phone
I had the same problem, so I deleted the app, re-installed it, and the e-version worked just fine.
Previous purchases are not restoring, even though I have an active subscription. I am paying for nothing.
Will not let me log in even with a print subscription. Bonnier apps might as well not offer the print subscription access on all their apps.
This is sold as an iPhone app. Meanwhile, when you open an issue it's just a zoomed out view of the print magazine that's impossible to read without zooming and panning. Can't believe this.
My subscription says I have Digital access to Popular Science and I do not. I entered my account number & email as instructed in the app and nothing. I also emailed Popular Science about the problem and no response after a week. Get with the program PopSci!
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Absolutely the worst update. I enjoyed previous reading experience with normal fonts and interactive pages, easy navigation, simple layout. Now it is all gone. Fonts are way too small, it feels like you are reading scanned magazine in pdf format, constantly zooming in on small fonts, images are low quality as well. It really wasn't a problem to download 500mb for one issue, now it's 30mb of unreadable pages. If issue won't get resolved, I'm canceling my subscription.
How can a magazine purposefully cut thousands of subscribers? Is Apple giving management a kickback to FORCE customers to buy an iPad air? I'm speechless. I'd like to see the ROI on this decision. I've had the iPad subscription since its first issue, and it has always been one of the best apps in the industry. What a way to end it.
Prior versions of Popular Science had the best magazine layout of any iPad magazine, now every page simply looks like it was scanned from the print issue. It looks horrible now, especially on the iPad mini, the text is just too small.
After the 18 Feb update I no longer can access my subscription, which runs through July. Trying to “Restore All Purchases” ends with an error message after several minutes of gear spinning. I also still hate the fact that I can no longer read the articles in landscape mode.
Every time I try to log in, the app crashes. I even tried reinstalling it.
I thought it was just a newsstand issue. Turns out popular science just loses track of where you left off last. That is enough to stop me from wanting to keep reading.
I read the magazine over a period of time, not at one sitting. Whenever I return, and wish to pick up where I left off, I am brought to the cover page. I then have to search to locate the last story read, instead of being taken there by the software. This is happened in the past, where it worked, then it didn't, etc.
App crashes if you enter your subscription information. Deleted app and reloaded, same effect... Useless.
I paid for the magazine subscription, but can't read any issues because every time it tries to open it fails. It shows I have the latest "bug fixes", yet begins to open and promptly goes away.