The Week Magazine US 12+

Future plc

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Description

The Week makes sense of the week's news by curating the best of the U.S. and international media into a succinct, lively digest.

Created for busy people like you, The Week is packed with provocative, often surprising perspectives, providing you complete understanding and insight into the week's most vital stories. Intuitive and easy to navigate, this app has been designed to suit the way you'll read on your iPad or iPhone.

But don't take our word for it: download the app today, and see why over half a million readers rely on The Week to understand all they need to know about everything that matters.

Thank you for enjoying The Week on iPad and iPhone.


FEATURES

- Read the magazine in print format, or tap through for full-page articles
- Get twice-daily digests of the latest news, analysis and comment in the new Daily Editions tab
- Optimized for your device: Enjoy a seamless reading experience built for your device
- New issues are available every Friday
- Easy to browse: scroll through the magazine by tapping the 'pages' icon at the top right
- Flexible formatting: Adjust text size and background color
- Downloaded issues are available both online and offline
- Small file size, downloads in minutes on the average broadband connection
- Progressive downloading



You will have the following options for reading The Week:

SUBSCRIPTION OPTIONS
Get The Week every week! Single issues and subscriptions are available.
- 12-month subscription (51 issues) - $89.99*
- Single issue - $4.99

*Note: Monthly subscription will be charged to your iTunes account upon confirmation of purchase and will automatically renew each month unless the auto-renew in your account settings is turned off 24 hours prior to the end of the current subscription period. You can manage your subscription preference in your account settings after purchase. For App Store subscription purchases, no cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period and any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication.


Feedback is always welcome. Please contact ipad@theweek.com with any issues or suggestions.

For further information on privacy, please visit our Privacy Policy and Terms:
http://theweek.com/privacy
http://theweek.com/terms

What’s New

Version 6.5.5

What's new

- Daily Editions, delivering morning and evening news digests for digital subscribers
- Magazine-style reader as well as full-page article mode
- Improvements to dark mode
- More text size options
- Bug fixes and performance improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
4K Ratings

4K Ratings

Mrs. Pato ,

Get the news from all sides

Find out how and why the other side, be they Republicans, Democrats or Independents, views the top issues in the news. Understanding the other side gets one a bit closer to dealing with it.

Step out of your comfort zone and find out the ways the rest of the World is suffering. You will appreciate your Country more.

Learn about interesting people who have recently passed away.
Looking for a good book to read this week?
Laugh over a genius political cartoon that says it all AND makes you think.
Read a clever quote from someone you know or wish you knew more about.
See descriptions and pictures of beautiful homes on the market that you will be glad you will never have to clean because they will be out of your price range.

Take, THE WEEK, rolled up in your bag or briefcase or read it online from your computer, tablet or phone during breaks in a busy day.
Stop being blind to the wonderful and not so wonderful things going on all over the place.
Learn something and get interested in something outside of yourself just by reading, THE WEEK, every week.

Smiley Med Man ,

Excellent content, but some access issues

I have enjoyed print subscription for a few years, but I have had some difficulty with accessing the online Week. It does not say anywhere whether print includes online or not. The online site can’t give any details. Subscription offers also do not clarify this. Wonder why they can’t clarify this simple thing.
Lately I have accessed the online magazine, though occasionally access log-in has been complicated and frustrating.
As far as magazine’s content is concerned it is excellent. We look forward to every issue and do read it regularly.
One other problem of note is that there are usually some delays in receiving the print issues. I think it is probably a fault of the magazine itself since I don’t have similar problem with other subscriptions. Maybe the Postal Service is partly to blame. That has been a little sore point of this subscription.

Fdfffjbdd ,

The Week Has Followed all Other Media Off s Cliff

The Week used to be a fantastic publication. It was actually well balanced. Ever since a certain election in 2016 though, the Week began a steep nose dive where they followed other news outlets on a hard bank to the left. Now it is literally just another talking head for the all woke, no joke media. Obviously, they are going to remind people of other publications since it is literally a synopsis of other publications. However, leftist sources are now quoted seemingly four times for every one moderate or conservative publication. Sadly, I just said goodbye to my subscription after twelve mostly good years as a reader (well probably only eight of those years were good). Maybe if they ever grow a pair and stop throwing up their hands to the woke digital lynch mob I will consider resubscribing. Unfortunately, the more likely outcome is that I will be called a bigot because I don’t want to read their propaganda anymore. Either way, I’m not subscribing to crap that claims to be balanced and instead rams a partisan line down my throat.

App Privacy

The developer, Future plc, 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
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Diagnostics

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