ZINIO - Magazine Newsstand

ZINIO - Magazine Newsstand

By Zinio LLC

  • Category: Magazines & Newspapers
  • Release Date: 2010-04-04
  • Current Version: 4.10.0
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 114.00 MB
  • Developer: Zinio LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 58,658 Ratings


ZINIO is the world’s first and largest digital newsstand, giving you access to magazine content from the best publishers across the globe. For over a decade, ZINIO has delivered over half a billion digital issues in over 200 countries. Download ZINIO’s award-winning iOS app, trusted by millions of magazine readers around the world. With over 6,000 magazines available, you can browse magazines and articles on your favorite mobile or desktop device. Access your magazines anytime, anywhere - read them online or save them to read offline! Featuring the best in Tech & Science, Food & Home, News & Business, Art & Photography, Lifestyle & Hobbies, Fashion & Entertainment, ZINIO connects you with the stories that shape our world from the magazines that matter to you. Subscribe or buy single issues of your favorite magazines, including Hello!, T3, National Geographic, PCWorld, Maxim, Sports Illustrated, Outdoor Photographer, People, Popular Mechanics, and more. KEY FEATURES: • OPTIMIZED FOR YOUR DEVICE: Easily toggle between the traditional magazine layout and the innovative text mode for a seamless reading experience, built for your iOS device • DISCOVER, SHOP, AND ENJOY: The largest collection of digital magazines from around the world • EXPLORE FREE ARTICLES: Read select articles for free, from top magazines including Forbes, Wired, Bloomberg Businessweek, Fortune, Rolling Stone, and many more • OFFLINE READING: Download your magazines to your device to read them whenever and wherever you want, even without an internet connection • EXCLUSIVE SAVINGS: Access deals exclusive only to ZINIO and save on your favorite magazines • BOOKMARK AND SHARE: Bookmark articles to read later, or share them with your friends • NEW ISSUE ALERT: Be the first to read the latest issues of your favorite magazines with new issue reminders • GLOBAL NEWSSTAND: Our magazines come from all of the best publishers worldwide, including USA, Canada, UK, Australia, Africa, Asia and Europe INDUSTRY RECOGNITION: 148 Apps BestAppEver Awards "Best iOS Magazine App" iTunes “App Store Best of: Top Grossing” Lead411 "Hottest San Francisco Companies" IMA “Best Global Apps Award” WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING: “Zinio has the deepest offerings of any digital newsstand” — Forbes.com “To see magazines done correctly look at Zinio” — Huffington Post “The iPad newsstand that works” — Fortune.com “Zinio is to magazines what Kindle is to books” — Engadget.com “If you're a magazine devourer, this is your app.” — PCMag.com “Zinio editions on the iPad are terrific” — Salon.com TOP ZINIO MAGAZINES: • TECH & SCIENCE: Macworld, Wired, New Scientist, Mac Life, Stuff, Popular Science • FOOD & HOME: donna hay, Real Simple, Dwell, delicious, Good Housekeeping, Food Network Magazine • NEWS & BUSINESS: The Economist, Reader’s Digest, The New Yorker, Harvard Business Review, Money, Forbes • ART & PHOTOGRAPHY: Shutterbug, Amateur Photographer, Architectural Digest, Bead&Button, Photography Week • LIFESTYLE & HOBBIES: Consumer Reports, Car and Driver, Oprah Magazine, Top Gear, Cosmopolitan, GQ • FASHION & ENTERTAINMENT: Us Weekly, InStyle, In Touch Weekly, Vogue, Elle, Vanity Fair • SPORTS & FITNESS: Men’s Health, Weight Watchers, Sports Illustrated, Shape, Procycling LET’S CONNECT Like us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/zinio) & follow us on Twitter (@zinio).



  • old version was better

    By C337Flyer
    New version defaults to “explore” rather than taking you back to the last magazine and page you were on previously. A significant annoyance in an otherwise good application.
  • Just Want to Read

    ZINIO is a good app, but the latest edition always starts in the Home/Shop section when all I really want to do is Read. Please add that feature back.
  • Not bad but a little slow

    By Giarc T
    The newest update looks great and modern, but Mags are slow to load. I also miss opening on my reading page. When I open the app I intend to read, don’t like that I have to click one more item get to my list of Mags.
  • Clunky....

    By Danieldez
    Limited functionality, difficult to look up account subscription information, I typically get an email saying a magazine is available and then on the app it doesn’t show for download until a couple days later. Not very customer ease of use focused.
  • My favorite reader

    By Pidloop
    I subscribe to several magazines. Unfortunately each uses a different reader app with its own style to get used to. Of all of them ZINIO is my favorite. What I like about it is the way the articles are laid out. I swipe vertically to read through one article, or swipe horizontally to change to the next article. No other reader allows this very handy format. I have never had any issues with crashing or other bugs, ZINIO is a very solid app. My only complaint with ZINIO is the confusion between Deleting and Archiving, and the awkwardness of retrieving an archived article.
  • Great way to read magazines

    By Larry S in DFW
    I like this app. It is easy to navigate and read articles.
  • Can’t zoom, can’t save

    By ablyholder
    I read a race car engineering magazine on ZINIO. It features many graphs and tables. Often, I can’t zoom in sufficiently to the graphics to read the graphs. That makes the article near incomprehensible. Also, I would like to be able to save certain articles for future reference. The ZINIO app has no way to do this.
  • Easy delivery

    By TwC697384
    I like that my magazine subscriptions are delivered directly to my iPad automatically.
  • Like it

    By DaveMonskiunique
    Works well most of the time and your purchases aren't tied to a given platform. Over the past two years though, they’ve twice done an “upgrade” which delete my most precious stored data. The data in question was which magazines and issues I had read and archived and which I hadn’t and my position in each periodical. The second time mad me give up. I’ve been able to find the periodicals I want in Apple Newsstand and that is working much better for me for the same titles.
  • Where are all of these positive reviews coming from?

    By steelersteve13
    Why do I have to be signed in to read a magazine that I paid for? More corporate control and stupidity. I may as well buy a physical copy and read it that way, and scan or photograph it if I want to read it on my device.