Texture – Unlimited Magazines

Download Texture – Unlimited Magazines for PC

By Next Issue Media

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2012-07-10
  • Current Version: 5.11.7
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 63.46 MB
  • Developer: Next Issue Media
Score: 5
5
From 41,269 Ratings

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Texture – Unlimited Magazines for PC Description

Texture is the only app that gives you unlimited access to over 200 top magazines. Enjoy full issues of People, Time, GQ, Glamour, The New Yorker, Bon Appétit, Newsweek, ESPN, National Geographic, InStyle, Allrecipes, Shape, Men's Health, and many other great titles from the most trusted publishers. Ready to experience magazines like never before? - Offline reading. Download issues then enjoy them without an Internet connection. - Create a library. All your favorite magazines and articles in one convenient place. - More of what you love. Enjoy content recommendations based on your interests. - Back issues too. Access great stories, classic recipes, and more from years past. Texture is the must-have app for those looking to stay connected to the biggest and best stories in entertainment, news, cooking, style, and virtually any other interest. Try it today. New Texture subscribers who purchase in the app will get 7 days of free unlimited access to all magazines, after which there will be a recurring subscription charge. Payment will automatically renew unless you turn off renewal on your account at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription month. You can manage your subscription or turn off auto-renewal by accessing your iTunes account. Terms of Service: https://www.texture.com/legal/inapp-terms-of-service/ Privacy Policy: https://www.texture.com/legal/inapp-privacy-policy MAGAZINE CATEGORIES: Automotive, Business & Finance, Crafts & Hobby, Entertainment, Fashion & Style, Food & Cooking, Health & Fitness, Home & Gardening, Kids & Parenting, Men's Lifestyle, News & Politics, Science & Tech, Sports & Recreation, Travel & Regional, Women’s Lifestyle POPULAR TITLES: AARP The Magazine Adweek Afar Allrecipes Allure Architectural Digest Automobile Backpacker Better Homes & Gardens Bicycling Bike Billboard Birds & Blooms Bloomberg Businessweek Bloomberg Markets Boating Bon Appétit Brides Car and Driver Châtelaine (English & Français) Clean Eating CNET Coastal Living Condé Nast Traveler Consumer Reports Cooking Light Cosmopolitan Country Gardens Country Living Cruising World Cycle World Diabetic Living Do-It-Yourself Domino Dwell EatingWell Ebony ELLE ELLE Decor Entertainment Weekly Entrepreneur ESPN The Magazine Esquire Essence Family Circle Family Handyman FamilyFun Fast Company Field & Stream Fit Pregnancy and Baby Flying Food & Wine Food Network Magazine Forbes Fortune Garden & Gun Glamour Gluten-Free Living Golf Digest Golf Golf Tips Good Housekeeping GQ GQ Style Harper's Bazaar Health HELLO! Canada HGTV Magazine History Hot Rod House & Home House Beautiful iD Magazine In Touch Weekly Inc. InStyle Interior Design Interview Life & Style Weekly LOULOU Maclean's Macworld Make: Marie Claire Martha Stewart Living Martha Stewart Weddings Maxim Men's Health Men's Journal Midwest Living Modern Farmer Money Mother Jones Motor Trend Motorcyclist National Geographic National Geographic Kids National Geographic Traveler National Review New York Magazine NewBeauty Newsweek O, The Oprah Magazine OK! OUT Outdoor Life Outdoor Photographer Outside Oxygen Parents Parents Latina PC Magazine PCWorld People People en Español Popular Mechanics Popular Science Prevention Rachael Ray Every Day Reader's Digest Real Simple Redbook Road & Track Rolling Stone Runner's World Sailing World Saveur Seventeen Shape Shutterbug Simple & Delicious Simple Grace SKI Smithsonian Sound & Vision Southern Living Sport Fishing Sports Illustrated Sports Illustrated Kids Sportsnet STAR Successful Farming Sunset Surfer Taste of Home Tennis Texas Monthly The Atlantic The Hollywood Reporter The Magnolia Journal The New Yorker The Pioneer Woman This Old House Time Today's Parent Town & Country Traditional Home Travel + Leisure Truck Trend Us Weekly Vanity Fair Variety Vogue W Magazine Weight Watchers Wine Enthusiast Wired Woman's Day Woman's World Women's Health Wood Working Mother Yoga Journal

Reviews

  • Fix the black bars on the new iPad pros

    2
    By GrowingVirus365
    I like the texture app and it’s content, but It’s just so irritating and pathetic to have screen cutoff effecting with the reading experience , more over it’s expected that texture being apple owned product would be one of the first to optimize the app for iOS and "i" devices.
  • Best Mags ever

    5
    By Reviewer 70
    This is the best Mags too read ever
  • Excellent !

    5
    By CrazieMacie
    So cost effective it’s crazy. I used to borrow magazines from my library at no cost. Unfortunately, no back issues were available and there was a seven day time limit. The selection of magazines was also disappointing. Texture offers a wide selection of magazines and back issues and there is no time limit. I also like the auto download for the next edition of my selected favorite magazines.
  • Won’t download

    5
    By Augusta817#
    Had texture on previous iPad. It won’t download to my new iPad. 32G capacity, 12.3 left. Works on iPhone, but that’s too small a screen. Augusta817
  • Almost there

    4
    By Jadman67
    I’m a new user to Texture and I really love it. My favorite part is the highlights. This is what led me to Texture over other services. I just have a few requests. First, I found that many magazines have a Text View on the iPhone. However, it’s not on the iPad. Please bring it to the iPad so that I don’t have to pinch and zoom so much on my iPad Mini. Also, please add the ability to change the font size on the Text View. Next, please sync where I am in a magazine across devices. I use my iPad Mini most of the time but also use my iPhone when I’m on the go. I hate having to try and remember where I am in each magazine. This also applies to the Highlights articles. When I read on one device, that fact is not known on the other device. Finally, please add some more photography magazines. You only have two of them right now. Other than these small things, I really love the service so far.
  • iPad Pro 11in SUPPORT

    3
    By Curt A.
    Needs updated to make use of 11in iPad Pro screen!
  • Glitchy...like most Apple products now..Quality falling fast.

    2
    By Compgirl63
    When it works it fine but have difficulty downloading articles Apple software is gettin glitched by each releases and this one very glitchy. As an Apple investment and user since 2001... the last few years the quality is falling fast. This product is an example.
  • Great in theory, but —

    3
    By t_k_k
    I love the idea of a subscription-based eMagazine collection, but where this really fell short for me was mobile-friendliness. The only magazine I found that was actually readable on a phone without pinch-zooming was (to no surprise) Wired. In the future it would be great if all publishers were held to the standard that Wired hold themselves to for delivering content to their mobile readership, using vertically scrolling pages for each article. Unfortunately, scrolling and zooming through simple, unoptimized images of magazine pages is just not worth paying for. And if there is a mobile reading button, I absolutely could not find it.
  • Kill the bugs!

    3
    By Hatethissomuch!!!
    The good: it saves paper, so it's ecologically sound. It's a bargain for the price. Overall, I'm glad to have it. The bad: it randomly deletes magazines I've downloaded, but have not yet read. I have enough space on my iPad, so that is not the problem. This has always happened, even before Apple bought the app. But I've come to expect better from them. It also randomly crashes while I'm using it. Bummer. Suggestions (other than fix the bugs): get rid of titles that are NO LONGER PUBLISHED. Also: I've saved my "favorites", but I still scroll through the list of all titles, just in case you've added new ones I might like. If you could let subscribers know via email or something that new titles are available, it would be more convenient & less time consuming.
  • Mostly good

    3
    By W. Plank
    With a new iPad Pro and 75Mbps up 30Mbps down internet connection magazines take too long to download. Pages sometimes don’t load even on magazines I have downloaded. I’ve been a subscriber for 6 months even with these problems so take my opinion for what it’s worth. Tech support response speed also doesn’t seem to be a priority, but this is also my opinion.

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