New Republic 4+

The New Republic

Designed for iPad

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Since 1914, TNR has been a platform for public-minded thinkers and writers advocating liberal reform in a new industrial age. Today, TNR remains more committed than ever to its social democratic first principles—and most of all, to the project of restoring flagging liberal confidence in the public arena while reclaiming the embattled legacy of civic republican self-rule in America. Our journalism isn’t afraid to debate complex issues and take a stance—from social injustice to climate change.

TNR App Features

* Read the complete magazine—10 issues a year
* Read our latest web content
* Access three free articles before subscribing
* With a monthly or annual subscription, enjoy unlimited access to any TNR article in the app or on the TNR website
* Share articles to your favorite social networks—or via email or text—using our Share or Clip tools
* Bookmark articles to read later—or offline
* Listen to The Politics of Everything, our new podcast
* Subscribe to our newsletters: TNR Daily, The Soapbox, Critical Mass, Apocalypse Soon, Sold Short, American Jitters, and Listen Up.


The New Republic Pricing:
• Subscription 1 Month - USD 2.99*
• Subscription 1 Year - USD 10.99*
* For non-US app stores, the equivalent currency charges will apply.

Additional Subscription Information:
• Payment will be charged to iTunes account at confirmation of purchase.
• Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current billing period. To turn off auto-renewal, please find details on the FAQ page (Subscriptions) in the TNR app.
• Account will be charged for the renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current billing period.
• No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the user’s active subscription period.

Privacy Policy - https://newrepublic.com/pages/privacy
Terms of Use - http://www.mazsystems.com/outputs-terms/
• Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription.

What’s New

Version 22.0

This release includes bug fixes and general stability improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
767 Ratings

767 Ratings

Tiger_1050 ,

A magazine smart enough for an iPad

The quality and depth of the writing is no surprise, one will enjoy the thoughtful articles. As important for a digital version of a publication is that even with 60+ year old eyes I can comfortably read the magazine on my iPad mini.
Too many digital magazines are simply shrunken versions of their paper original, forcing the reader to zoom in on parts of the page as if reading by magnifying glass. Not so the digital version of the New Republic, which is aware of the platform on which it is read, and the the text is alway the right size. This is a keeper.

Cycledoc22 ,

Unintuitive, confusing

Very glitzy, lots of confusing choices, links to old outdated articles. Have to search for the current magazine. Too cute for it's own good. Makes a chore out of simply reading the magazine.

Adding insult to injury the new "improved" version won't load the magazine. Can't sign in. Customer service says they are having problems, but no acknowledgement on their website.

The new design may be nice but the app and website are broken. As another review put it, HELP!!!!!

Feb 2 update: can sign into website but not iPad app. Who designed this mess?

Feb 9 update. New version still can't sign in with this bug ridden app!!!

Feb 16 finally working if you use email address instead of user name on sign in.

Getting used to app. Would be better for us seniors if you could enlarge the font-- hopefully will change in next iteration.

Amazed that a so-called program guru (Hughes) would allow such a poorly designed app to be released.

March 18: Not bad. Smallish unadjustable print. Hard for my elderly eyes. If no change I won't renew. Similar to The New Yorker app--but less readable, for me.

Old review from a few years ago. Unfortunately little change still very small fonts almost unreadable.....glad there is a New Republic but wish they'd do something with this app

Anicusepub ,

Best In It’s Field !

Of all the Literary Political/Cultural magazines “out there” today, and with the launch of it’s new redesign, several features Writers and more, “The NewRepublic” still remains this reader’s “go to” magazine in its field for up-to-date, knowledgeable Writing, accurate facts within the Political mainstream, entertaining articles and now the new intrigue and breath of fresh air from four new Writers. For over thirty-four years I’ve been reading “TNR” as it is most venerable known and I continue to make it a reading priority ahead of my other periodicals and Journals.

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App Privacy

The developer, The New Republic, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Search History
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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