National Review

National Review

By National Review

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2011-05-13
  • Current Version: 16.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 63.79 MB
  • Developer: National Review
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 2,537 Ratings

Description

Read all National Review print-magazine content on your tablet, phone, or smartwatch (Apple Watch) using the National Review app. Scroll through and select issues on a handsome carousel, and move through individual issues either using the beautifully rendered text interface or by viewing the PDF version. All of your issue downloads are stored on your device, available for viewing anywhere and anytime. In addition, you can access National Review website content by clicking the Website prompt. View all the latest National Review website articles as well as the latest blog posts on The Corner and Bench Memos without ever leaving the app. SUBSCRIPTION OPTIONS The National Review app is free to download. All users may explore issues for several minutes before being presented with purchase options. And website content is always available free of charge. Single issues of National Review magazine are available for $1.99, monthly subscriptions for $2.99, and annual subscriptions for $19.99. Subscribers to National Review / Digital on the National Review website (www.nationalreview.com) are able to login to the National Review app to access their subscriptions. National Review Pricing: • Subscription 1 Month - USD 2.99* • Subscription 1 Year - USD 19.99* * For non-US app stores, the equivalent currency charges will apply. Please note: App subscriptions do not include access to subscription-only content on our website. Additional Subscription Information: • 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. • No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Privacy Policy - https://bit.ly/2J5Ujfh Terms of Use - https://bit.ly/2J1YZqL • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.

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Reviews

  • NRPlus subscriber but can’t log into app

    1
    By Kicking47
    If you subscribed by way of the website good luck trying to log into the mobile apps. I have an NRPlus subscription but have yet been able to log into the mobile apps despite a month of emails, phone calls, password resets, etc. The app login for subscriptions not made in the app itself is broken, and has been, apparently, for quite some time. National Review publishers have passed off the app maintenance and customer service to a lousy 3rd-party service and have neglected to keep proper oversight....or simply don’t care.
  • Poor Quality

    1
    By Loyal WSJ Fan
    The NRO app fails to deliver consistent quality. Comments often don’t load. Articles disappear before they are read completely. Customer service is erratic. Improvement t is urgently needed.
  • Inept

    1
    By buddie3
    This site is an embarrassment to conservatives. It is difficult to access. Hard to navigate. And impossibly difficult to get help.
  • Article reloads ...

    1
    By Dr. B22
    I really wish that people at news organizations actually tried USING the apps to read their news. Every time a new ad loads up, the article is reloaded maybe to where you left off. Maybe not. Meanwhile you spend 30-45 seconds looking at a blank screen. And you can count on this happening a couple of times per article. FYI, I am only reading the web content (free) and I understand the need to monetize. But when the ads are too intrusive/aggravating to make the article readable ... Well, now the ability to monetize off my eyeballs is gone because I will not continue to subject myself to this irritation.
  • Articles keep refreshing and/or crashing

    2
    By fix the bugs22
    Waiting for 1 of these updates to fix the bug that keeps making every article crash and either refresh to the top or completely force you to exit and go back to the home screen. Not sure when you’re planning to fix this but it’s been happening with at least 2 updates....
  • Great Articles but the App Crashes at Times

    5
    By Asher P.
    The National Review is home to an enormous amount of great content. New articles appear on the website all throughout the day and are of a great quality. The articles are also neatly organized in the app. My only complaint is the app has a tendency to crash at times. However, it has not been crashing lately.
  • Thanks NR!

    5
    By RobTxk
    So glad I dropped my $20 for a year’s subscription. I recently “came out of the closet” as a conservative and National Review keeps me energized, informed, and entertained every week.
  • Member

    1
    By xxxforfunn
    As a subscriber I’d not expect pop up adds.
  • 5 star content, 3 star platform

    3
    By knightfd
    National Review is a great magazine with excellent writers and superb content. However, the app is, like most of Don Rickles comedy act nowadays, problematic. The flaw is in signing in. It doesn’t appear you can actually use your account number to sign in. The free accounts haven’t been merged with subscription accounts. The whole thing is a mess.
  • Subscriber Without Access

    1
    By MikeK1065
    I purchased a $70 subscription on the NR website and I am able to read all the content there, but have no access whatsoever to the NR app. The app doesn’t recognize my login. Customer support is a third party that appears to have no clue about the app or how to deal with this very common problem. Also, the app advertises a subscription for $20 a year instead of $70 a year. What’s up with that? What’s the difference?

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