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New Mexico Department of Tourism

    • 3.4 • 44 Ratings
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NEW MEXICO MAGAZINE is about the power of place — in particular this place: more than 120,000 square miles of mountains, desert, grasslands, and forest inhabited by a culturally rich mix of individuals. Founded in 1923, NEW MEXICO MAGAZINE is an enterprise of the New Mexico Tourism Department.

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Version 11700.3.3

To make your reading experience even better, we update the app regularly.
This update includes:
• General performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
44 Ratings

44 Ratings

straea ,

Incredibly clunky mag app

I have been reading a lot of digital magazines during the pandemic and recently decided to resubscribe to New Mexico Magazine, having let my hard copy subscription lapse some years ago. Digital magazines go different routes — some through their own site/app, some through third party sites/apps. This is by far the worst interface I have experienced for a digital magazine. The others give you the feeling that you are reading the magazine, just in digital form. This one has a popout sidebar table of contents that lists titles and (irrelevant) page numbers but no descriptions at all. You only find out the topic by clicking, which takes you to a disembodied “page” with only that article. You never see the entire page as you would with a hard copy. This is the only digital magazine where I wish I had subscribed to the print edition instead.

Hatch Illinois ,

iTunes renewal a hassle every year

Since they switched, I have had to send “proof” of my itunes purchase every year. Now I get a message that says download new app version, which I already have.

PGbola ,

I will unsubscribe

This app has given me nothing but headaches for the past two years, including making access impossible in December and January because of a glitch that no one seemed to be able to fix, even after multiple phone calls to the magazine itself. This latest debacle, ably chronicled by many other subscribers, is the last straw. I am going to unsubscribe. Enough is enough.

Developer Response ,

Hello, we're so sorry to hear about your app troubles; we knew that the old app wasn't the best version it could have been which is why we have a launched a new, user-friendly version on July 1, 2020.
We hope you give the new app a try! If you have any issues logging in, please email us at and we will get you up and running asap.

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