WIRED Magazine 17+

Condé Nast Digital

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Experience WIRED’s award-winning journalism on your iPhone and iPad. Every month, the WIRED app brings you the full issue of the magazine, packed with fresh insights, stunning design, and beautiful writing.

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What’s New

Version 5.2

Pinch to zoom in and out is now enabled on every page.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
3.9K Ratings

3.9K Ratings

tyjon31 ,

A well designed magazine

This is one of the few magazines that are more enjoyable on an iPad. Care has been taken month to month to develop a quality product for the reader. Keep up the good work

OstinatoFreak ,

Not all articles work

Feature request: please give your fellow subscribers a way to listen to articles in audio form without having to subscribe to a third party service. Maybe even charge a little ($1 or $2 per month above normal magazine subscription cost) which would more than pay for the cost of hiring professional speakers. (Or do it in-house and make it free for subscribers! I don’t care if the speaker is a professional or not.)

Reason for 3 stars: Got the app to read cover article “The Hardest Reset.” Downloaded the issue successfully, but that article malfunctioned. Other articles I could read fine, but all I got was a cover page for the article I wanted to read, and no matter where I tapped or which direction I swiped, the cover was all there was.

UrAngle'sStardust ,

Miserable in Honolulu

My paid subscription is completely dysfunctional. I cannot access any stories after having download the Wired App

I followed through with the email instructions of attempting to open your portal and to begin reading important stories Yet have failed every time.

C’est la vie

Unfortunately from this perspective,

I am letting you know

Dear Subscriber:

Thank you for contacting Conde Nast Direct.

We understand you are attempting to read the current December/January issue and when you tap on an article it takes you back to the home page. We need you to try the following, and at any point it does not do what the next step says, send us back an email where the experience changed for you.

1. From the home screen, make sure you are under the All issue tab.
2. Tap on "Open" from the December/January issue
3. Tap the menu icon- top left corner.
4. Tap Table of Contents
5. Scroll down and tap on any article

If you are not taken to the article of your choice at step 5, please let us know.

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