CLIMBING is the world's most authoritative publication covering technical rock climbing, bouldering, mountaineering, and ice climbing. Each issue is jammed with practical advice on training, gear, technical skills, injury prevention and treatment, and the most exciting climbing destinations on the planet. Our iPad edition adds slide shows, video, topo diagrams of climbs, and other interactive bonuses.
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Ratings and Reviews
I've been reading climbing magazine since i was a flatland-locked kid in Chicago climbing in my local dirt hole (Gravity Climbing gym). It's been my inspiration for the high alpine, it's been my companion for travel planning, it's been my lust for simply not being at my desk. Now, with beefed up skills content and super-charged digital content, this brand steps into the new era with better service, superior design, and high-caliber writing. I am looking forward to this year now that the title has been completely redesigned and that there is a fresh voice in the editorial chair. Love this magazine, and i only hope for better as the season goes on.
I'm a little surprised to read the positive reviews. I was initially very excited to see Climbing magazine in Newsstand but this implementation is severely lacking. In short it's nothing more than hi-res images of pages which must be viewed in portrait mode, making the process of reading an article or viewing a photo a frustrating exercise in pinching, zooming in and out, and moving a page back and forth. There are blocks of text which span an entire page that are too small to read when zoomed out, so the reader is forced to pinch-zoom in and move the text back and forth. Very clunky and annoying. Likewise, there is some beautiful photography which would benefit from a double-tap-to-zoom mechanic to isolate the image from the text, like in iBooks. Look to apps like Cook's Illustrated for and excellent example of digital print media presentation.
The app that gets it
I'm a fan of the Climbing Mag app. Unlike a lot of publications that think you can just PDF the print version of the magazine, slap it online, and wham-o, it's suddenly iPad compatible (never the case), Climbing's app has fun and playful interactive features. The forward-thinking multimedia components (Videos! Sound effects! Collapsable captions!) combined with its top-notch photographs, useful tips, and motivating articles make this one of my favorite magazine apps. This is how all publications should be thinking when it comes to tablet-friendly editions.
- Active Interest Media, Inc
- 125.9 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2019 Active Interest Media
- In-App Purchases
- 1 Year | Climbing $14.99
- 1 Month | Climbing $1.99
- Climbing Magazine April 2016 $3.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.