Scientific American

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Download Scientific American For Chromebook

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2012-07-17
  • Current Version: 2.4
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 15.58 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
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A subscription to Scientific American magazines is available through iTunes for $49.99 annually or $5.99 monthly and is renewed automatically at the end of the subscription term, until cancelled. Individual issues are $6.99 each. Payment for all purchases will be charged to your iTunes account. For more information, please visit iTunes Terms and Conditions: https://www.apple.com/legal/internet-services/itunes/volume/us/terms.html Founded in 1845, Scientific American provides expert insights on the most important and awe-inspiring advances in science and technology. With news and commentary about current events and in-depth features by experts, including more than 200 Nobel Prize-winning scientists, Scientific American is the essential guide to the modern world. Support Science Journalism. Become a Subscriber. Scientific American Customer Service: Email: help@sciam.com

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  • 3 words

    2
    By BrianN1206
    No dark mode
  • Abbreviate the Name of the Magazine

    4
    By ox-grey
    Please for the love of God abbreviate the title of the magazine for the mobile app. It appears as “ScientificAmeri…” and drives me crazy to look at. I’m sure I’m not the only one. May I suggest “SciAmer”? Or something of the sort. Perhaps “Sci. Amer.” Other than that, it’s great.
  • Where’s dark mode

    4
    By (8hbdjn
    too tired too see
  • Great reading experience

    3
    By Carlin.S
    This is the best reading experience i’ve had in an app, except it closes the magazine I had open if the app is minimized for more than a minute or so. To reopen the magazine article I was reading I have to open the downloaded tab, and open the magazine again. I think they could easily have it reopen the magazine I was reading. It also loses my place within the article.
  • Great content; UI sometimes not functional

    3
    By Rwelean
    I love reading Scientific American mind. I was hoping to do some background research on ADHD since a family member recently received that diagnosis. I searched "adhd" using the search function. After reading one article, I couldn't figure out how to go back to my search results or even start a new search. I am no newcomer to using apps. If there is a way to go back to search results, it should be more obvious.
  • 73 and still enjoying science

    5
    By shirin kashani
    How much longer I can carry my brain with me?but I can carry SA with me for ever because I trust the subject’s validity
  • Horrendous app - actually stopped reading the mag

    1
    By ScottH409
    Wow. This app was designed in the year 2021? Let me share all the things wrong with it: 1) It repeatedly fails to recognize that you have a paid subscription. Footnote - why am I getting emails asking to subscribe when I already subscribed? 2) Issues must be downloaded, which takes forever. Who does this in today’s world? Go visit The Atlantic, The Economist or any other of a number of great apps. 3) Font size - for an aging demographic, your base font size is entirely too small. This is the only app with which I have issues. You also can’t scale the font size. 4) Speed - loading speed is horrible and navigation speed isn’t much better. 5) Navigation - Articles are listed by title, which often gives no hint of what it’s about. You need to include a brief summary and/or categorize better. I was so excited to get this digital subscription - and I subscribe and read a lot of them out there - but this one needs to be completely redone.
  • Liberal propaganda

    1
    By Johnathandjvisonfvuonfevunfe
    Literally every article on Scientific American aligns itself with the far left and any secondary opinion is automatically ruled out as "anti science".
  • Haven’t received my health and medicine magazines on digital

    1
    By Preacherman2000
    S awe
  • Random Alert badges

    3
    By 6ft5guy
    Content is good, but the app will suddenly have an alert badge, and there's no feedback on the app to point you to the alert. Sometimes i was able to clear it by randomly opening things. Today I had to just delete the app. Putting a badge on your app icon with no indication inside the app of what is highlighted is terrible design.

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