Scientific American App Reviews

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Scientific American app review

Scientific American App Info

  • 35 Ratings
  • Price: Free
  • Category: News
  • Updated: Aug 31 2018
  • Version: 2.0.3
  • Size: 15.88 MB
  • Seller: Nature Publishing Group
  • © Nature Publishing Group

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tom big historian's Review of Scientific American

Reviewed on 8/31/18 3:13 PM

Really handy. But it’s a bit easier to navigate in iBooks. Page lay out in a row at bottom. Would be god to have book mark and underlining capability.

Fix this app!

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xt33na's Review of Scientific American

Reviewed on 8/20/18 2:44 AM

It doesn’t work! Signs me out everytine, deletes my downloaded issues, deletes my scrapbook. Very, very frustrating!

Incredible

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Ugyguyfrgfirgviuefi's Review of Scientific American

Reviewed on 8/10/18 4:58 AM

I am always amazed at the wealth of knowledge this magazine has to offer and their app lives up to that same quality. If you’re on the fence about buying a subscription, do it. It’s got information on just about everything from dark matter to weight loss (which at times can seem like a dark matter). Anyway, I commonly read these magazines and this app only makes my addiction portable and easy! Thank you Scientific American!

The Best of Science

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Phil695's Review of Scientific American

Reviewed on 7/21/18 3:35 AM

Timely information on the latest advances in all fields of science written for the non-specialist. A real delight, required reading for anyone who wishes to be informed about our world.

Digital sometimes

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Homer Jebus Simpson's Review of Scientific American

Reviewed on 6/28/18 5:13 PM

I still read the printed copies but when ever I am on the go I like to jump into the digital app, but sometimes (actually every month when a new issue becomes available) I have to log out of the app and log back in so it will recognize me as a subscriber so I can download the latest issue. This app would have received a five star review if I only have to log in once and whenever a new issue comes out, hit the download button and start reading but it’s pretty troubling to see the cover price offered to you every time for a magazine you know you already paid for and was promised free digital downloads with said subscription. Also this app should be available for Amazon Fire users, I use an iPad now but when I had a fire it was disappointing to have a digital subscription with my service but no access to it.

Great Science for all

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Komboholmes's Review of Scientific American

Reviewed on 6/2/18 10:07 PM

No matter how great you think your education is, SA brings you back to reality with each issue. The last one with the article on life is awesome. I still have a problem getting around and 90 does not help. I have been trying to get the issue published on my birth month February 1928. Thanks for helping us stay up to date. Paul

T-cells and beyond

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Rich Staley's Review of Scientific American

Reviewed on 5/9/18 8:02 PM

Immunological medicine

SA Review May 2018

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Capt SteveB's Review of Scientific American

Reviewed on 5/3/18 2:01 AM

This is my go to magazine for all things current in general scientific thinking. While I don't always agree with the editors opinions entirely they are well written and balanced, presenting facts for consideration. Content articles are well chosen with appropriate and relevant topics. In today's environment of fake news and misinformation, cultural and group bias, it is very refreshing to read articles and opinions based on truth and facts determined by observation. SA not only stipulates ones curiosity, it promotes logical fact based thinking.

Look here for facts

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JohnnySchad's Review of Scientific American

Reviewed on 5/29/18 4:07 AM

When you read this magazine, you come to a place where fact and assertion are not interchangeable. In science, the status of “fact” is earned, then earned again and again. In a world of fake news, Flat Earthers, denial, and open antagonism towards learning and the learned, what a refreshing refuge. The topics are widely varied, so if you read an issue, you will learn something.

Deleting issues

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Asometimesdoer's Review of Scientific American

Reviewed on 5/27/18 6:27 PM

Some crazy software issue causes the app to delete downloaded issues. It claims I am low on memory, but my iPhone has over 7 GB left. I’d like to keep the downloads for when I’m in a low signal area or when my battery is low.