Esquire Magazine US

Esquire Magazine US

By Hearst Communications, Inc.

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2011-05-22
  • Current Version: 10.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 75.83 MB
  • Developer: Hearst Communications, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 2.5
2.5
From 1,608 Ratings

Description

Get the ultimate lifestyle guide for the sophisticated man with Esquire! In every issue you'll find out what's new in culture and entertainment, award winning editorial coverage from style to food, and more! SUBSCRIBE NOW AND GET YOUR FIRST ISSUE FREE! Don't forget, you can also get free access to issues with a timed preview (on your iPhone, too!). Plus, share app content with your favorite social networks. 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. Download our free app today! Select the issue you'd like to purchase, or sign up with a subscription and save! Subscriptions available: • Single issue purchase available for $5.99, no automatic renewal. • 1-month subscription available for $1.99, automatically renewed until cancelled. • 1-year subscription available for $19.99, automatically renewed until cancelled. When purchasing through iTunes, your account will be charged at confirmation of purchase. Your subscription will auto-renew unless you turn this off 24 hours before the subscription runs out. You can also turn off auto-renewal at any time from your iTunes account settings. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during an active subscription period. Please note that you must have iOS 9.0 or higher installed on your device to use this app. http://privacy.hearstmags.com http://subscribe.hearstmags.com/circulation/shared/terms.html Esquire Magazine US Pricing: • Single Issue Price - USD $5.99* • Subscription 1 Month - USD 1.99* • 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 - http://bit.ly/yxD8ox Terms of Use - http://bit.ly/itggSu • 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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  • iPad app doesn’t work properly

    1
    By OIG lenpro
    Can’t switch between articles in March 2018 issue, please fix the app!!!
  • Horrific

    1
    By bonedaddy
    Poor design, awful UX, buggy, unable to use. App is awful. No response to multiple outreach. RIP Esquire.
  • Iphone x support pls!!!

    3
    By Nespakashuty
    Dear developers, please add iphone x support to your otherwise excellent iphone app! On a different note: the news section seems cumbersome and not intuitive in its current form, perhaps you could show as a list with smaller icons?! Anyway, good luck with the developement!
  • Once the gold standard of digital media. A plead for the Esquire of old.

    1
    By ShaneTSpencer
    Once, Esquire Magazine was the pioneer of digital media. Their digital magazine was a thing of beauty and a delight to read. Images sprang to life, text was searchable and interactive and consumption of the text and inserted media was fluid and wonderful. What a great experience it once was. Recently, Esquire has chosen to abandon it's excellence in digital media for the no better published PDF "app", Maz. The so called magazine platform does nothing more than publish an image of the magazine page. No more interactive text. No more flowing articles. Just crappy, unscaled images that do nothing but open hyperlinks to ads. You're better off purchasing the paper copy. From a long time Esquire reader who found joy in Esquire's transition to digital and pursuit to be better than the other publications.... Be better than the PDF.
  • Sad

    2
    By Abstar 67
    I have been unable for 9 months to see the magazine yet my subscription is fully paid . Written to HelpDesk no luck, do something already
  • Iron out the bugs

    4
    By capital-t-bone
    I can’t imagine anyone at Esquire reads the digital edition, or they’d demand it gets fixed. The UI and navigation are CONSTANTLY coming up and interrupting the page, and it’s often difficult to get them to hide again. Still four stars because it’s better than the no-offline-mode-GQ and they give you the awesome Esquire Big Black Book free with a subscription. But fix it.
  • Okay when it works!

    3
    By Dan from Philly
    I enjoy reading this way versus the print, the layout is great. However, pages often freeze up and prevent my from scrolling down. I restart the app and delete the issue and re download it but nothing seems to work. It eventually fixes itself but very frustrating when I'm mid article.
  • I truly enjoy Esquire

    4
    By peepa43
    I would, however, like an update on the app from iTunes if there were a way to enlarge the print. Otherwise, the magazine is wonderful and I look forward to a new issue each month. I will definitely renew my subscription.
  • Additional charge to print subscribers for digital edition is ridiculous!

    2
    By kylechicago
    For a while, the digital edition came free with your current print subscription. Now, they're asking for an additional $10 ON TOP of the $30 paid for the regular magazine!?! For a start, why the sudden change? Also, Esquire is a good read, but not worth pay $40 for the "full reading experience". The bait 'n' switch is a downright slap in the face toward its longtime print readers, and a blatant greedy money grab. If Esquire doesn't return the digital edition free for its print subscribers, I'm pretty sure I'll just not renew come the next billing cycle. Shame on you, Esquire and Hearst.
  • Charged me after I canceled my subscription

    1
    By Biblereader2011
    I canceled my subscription and Esquire charged me anyway.

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