Truly unique among magazine apps, the Forbes app acts as your gateway to the ultimate Forbes experience by combining the power of the print magazine with the dynamic and content-rich Web site — all of which is enabled for easy sharing. The app offers the freedom to seamlessly glide between Forbes magazine, Forbes.com, and the social web — to discover, to learn and to share what you find interesting, valuable and inspiring with people who are important to you. The Forbes app starts with Forbes magazine and its stories about the entrepreneurs and executives who are changing the world; the innovative companies that are changing how businesses work; and strategic insights to help shape your investment strategies. But it goes much farther from there. Throughout each issue you’ll find buttons and links, all of which launch more related content and the opportunity to interact with it. Inside the app issues, you can: Dive deeper into a story by opening related posts on Forbes.com or watching video or digging into our wealth or company lists or viewing photo galleries, and more. Join the real-time conversation around a story by following the link to its comments section on Forbes.com. Connect with a writer by simply pressing a button to access their Twitter, Facebook, or Forbes.com contributor page. Share any content from anywhere inside the app with your social networks: a magazine story, chart, or infographic; content from Forbes.com; ads and content from advertisers’ Web sites, etc. Using a simple two-finger tap, actual images of the content itself are “clipped” and can be sent directly to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, or Pinterest, or via email or saved to your photo roll. Experience straightforward navigation and a completely integrated environment that allows you to move clearly through the latest issue of Forbes and Forbes.com without ever leaving the app. SUBSCRIPTION OPTIONS The Forbes app is free to download. All readers can explore a free issue and have one-tap access to Forbes.com and Forbes’ Twitter page. Current print subscribers can upgrade their account to a combination Print+App subscription for only $9.99. 1-Year Subscription – $29.99 1-Month Subscription – $2.99 Single Issue – $5.99 ABOUT FORBES MEDIA Forbes Media LLC is a media startup founded in 1917. The company, which publishes Forbes magazine and forbes.com, is an authoritative source of news and information on business, investing, technology, entrepreneurship, leadership and affluent lifestyles. Forbes.com, a leading business website, reaches 49 million monthly unique visitors, according to Omniture. Forbes magazine, Forbes Asia and Forbes Europe attract a global audience of more than 5 million readers. The Forbes magazine iPad app merges the power of print storytelling with social sharing and the web. The Company also publishes ForbesLife magazine, as well as 29 licensed local editions around the world.
Forbes Magazine Pricing:
• Single Issue Price - USD 5.99*
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The applications Forbes Magazine was published
in the category Business on 2013-01-04 and
was developed by Forbes Media LLC.
The file size is 70.45 MB.
The current version is 9.5 and works well on
9.0 and high ios versions.
- New search feature, making headlines and body text searchable.
- Reopening an article now takes you back to where you've left off.
- Progress bar in article, as well as in the feed.
I have had problems for some time with the Forbes app. Tonight it said I had to pay/buy an issue despite a subscription I have. The FAQs suggest restoring purchases and if that does not work to delete and re download the app. Restoring did not work so I deleted and re downloaded. I could not successfully sign in because I must have forgotten my password. The FAQs say to click on "forgot password". There is no such link on the sign on page. Forbes needs a new and better interface. Not a good reflection at all for great magazine content.
Nothing works the way it should. Links don't open, issues don't load. Why can't they just fix the issues?? Does no one read these reviews at Forbes?!?!
This is the worst app I have seen. Forbes attempts to pride itself on its social engagement but this iPad app is pathetic and doesn't work. It forced me to cancel my subscription.
Love that I can read free articles and videos in addition to the magazine
Why pay when it's free online?
Perfect way to get their web content.
People don't need a timed quote ad every time they want straight up information. Let spam take over the hottest topic to generate ad revenue is down disgusting! You expect people to pay for this trash in your app now your image as a company is ruined? Ridiculous!
I am not able to restore the purchases.
Hasn't updated to the current magazine. I contacted them and they said not their problem. Call Forbes. We just sold you the app. Asked Forbes why they aren't updating. Ok. Called Forbes. Said app people problem. Call iTunes. What????? I'm done.
The new version of the app is horrible. It's poorly designed, the articles lost the look and feel and you can't browse through the magazine anymore. I've just canceled my subscription.
Forbes should pay us to endure the crashing, freezing, and constant share options that keep popping up on the page like spam ads. An additional 9.99$ per month is obscene and a low blow for this less than par app. Completely unexpected that Forbes would present something so shabby. Don't waste your money. Forbes please refund my money. Don't don't get this app. The magazine itself is looking a little weak lately also. Very little material on each page.
I bought the print edition Forbes a few years ago, but was put off that I had to pay extra for an iPad version. Just reviewed it again today and it still appears to be the case, so I'm passing again.
Concur with the other review about the app interface. Content is great but the app makes th app very difficult to use. Just slightly touching it pops up the interface that wants you to share, cut/copy content etc. I understand they want people to share content but it feels forced and that they are trying to hard to have people share. Will read mag on Next Issue until they updated app
I am a long time Forbes print subscriber and software engineer and have given up trying to navigate this app. Please provide a simple way to navigate and return to TOC!!!!
It is absolutely mind bugling that Forbes with all the financial backing and smart writers can't manage the simple and workable app for the magazine. Somebody in the company needs overhaul the app - starting from simplifying the jumpy and overly crazy sharing set-up and finishing by making the magazine readable off-line. I love to read Forbes on my iPad or iPhone but every time it is a struggle with unnecessary app "features". It is apparent to me that nobody that matters in the magazine staff never actually tried to use their own app, otherwise they would flip the lid and change the development team.
This app has a crazy interface that tries to force the user to share content. Simply trying to zoom in or out and flipping pages is almost impossible. I can't wait for Forbes to rewrite this app and make a simple reader like every other magazine.
Great app great magazine, handy and educative
It awesome and so good right
Not sure why this app exists. You get way more functionality and usability by just visiting the website, even on a phone browser.
Very hard to use. The convergence of media with all the links is a royal pain in the neck.