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Genii, The Conjurors’ Magazine

Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 30 Ratings
    • Free



Genii, The Conjuror’s Magazine, is your entry into the fascinating world of magic. The largest selling independent magazine for magicians, published since 1936, Genii is a full-color magazine devoted to this hobby and profession.

For over 75 years, Genii has been magicians’ favorite publication, filled with in-depth feature stories about the great magicians, current shows, product reviews (the latest books, DVDs, and apparatus sold to magicians) and the trend-setting magic tricks, with full explanations, for your own performances.

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This renowned magazine provides an amazing look at the personalities and secrets in this fascinating world. Every month, Genii brings the world’s greatest magic to the world’s greatest magicians and its available wherever you take your iPad or iPhone.

Genii is available by subscription. Once you’ve subscribed, this free iGenii app will allow you to read monthly issues through your Apple iPhone or iPad.

The previous 11 months of issues will always be archived and available to read on your iPad or iPhone in addition to the latest issue.

When you read Genii, you’ll experience the world of magic and magicians in a completely new way.

What’s New

Version 3.6.24

- Improved stability
- Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
30 Ratings

30 Ratings


Love the improved digital version

Navigation is easier and embedded videos play nicely. As a subscriber for over 40 years, I never thought I’d forego paper, but I have.

Dph2009 ,

Great content, lousy app

The app was recently updated, and, amazingly, almost all of the issues below still apply.
In addition, issues of Magic Magazine are no longer listed as expected.

This app is badly in need of an update.

It frequently doesn’t remember the last issue being read.
It doesn’t remember the last page being read when the app is restarted or the issue is reloaded.
There are constant nag messages about there being a new issue; if I’m reading an older issue, the assumption should be that I want to continue reading it.

Users have no way to pick out older issues without scrolling through many screens each time.

There is plenty of screen real estate that is wasted with toolbars that should be hidden most of the time.

Users do not need arrows to tell them to scroll to other pages.

There are plenty of other UI improvements possible but above are the most obvious to anybody who uses the app for a minute or two.

The biggest problem is that all of these issues should have been addressed years ago.

Rkeck ,

Great if all you want to do is read the latest issue

First, kudos to Genii for making all back issues of Genii and Magic Magazine available. It had to have been a monumental undertaking.

I enjoy going back to old issues both to read and to reminisce. Unfortunately, even if I leave the app open to the page I was reading, when I come back to the app it defaults to the latest issue, and it’s up to me to remember which year and which issue I was reading.

This problem may very well be out of Genii’s hands if they are using a third party to develop the app, but come on guys! It’s 2022! It shouldn’t be an insurmountable hurdle to program the app to remember where you were.

5 stars for providing the content, 2 stars for user-friendliness.

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