National Geographic

National Geographic

By National Geographic

  • Category: Magazines & Newspapers
  • Release Date: 2011-02-22
  • Current Version: 3.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 120.07 MB
  • Developer: National Geographic
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 5,745 App Reviews)
  • Price:
National Geographic App Ratings: 3
Based on 5,745 App Reviews

National Geographic App Details

A source of endless inspiration for the everyday explorer and the insatiably curious, the National Geographic app reveals new insights into cultures, ideas, and discoveries through high-definition storytelling. Your free account gives you access to a personalized feed of the topics you love. DISCOVER groundbreaking articles by pioneers in storytelling. GET INSPIRED by award-winning photos. WATCH over 3,000 captivating videos. EXPERIENCE our rich history through curated archives dating back to 1888. --- National Geographic App subscription offer details: - Annual subscription: $19.99 (12 issues) - Monthly subscription: $1.99/month (1 issue) - Single issues: $4.99/issue - Subscriptions do not include content from magazines published by National Geographic Partners, LLC other than the National Geographic magazine. • Payment will be processed through your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. • Your subscription will automatically renew per the billing cycle of your subscription (i.e., monthly or yearly) 24-hours before the end of the current period, and your credit card will be charged through your iTunes account. • The renewal charge for your Subscription shall be the same as the original purchase price, unless you are otherwise notified in advance. • To avoid the billing of fees for the next Subscription period, you must switch off your monthly or yearly Subscription at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. • You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes account settings. • You will not receive a refund for the fees you already paid for you current Subscription period and you will continue to have access to your Subscription until the end of your current Subscription period. • National Geographic provides no refunds and you may cancel auto-renewal at any time. All sales are final. • After purchase via iTunes, you will have unlimited access on this device. To activate full subscription benefits on or activate the National Geographic mobile app on another of your supported devices, you will need to set up a profile. Terms of Use:


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App Reviews

  • Destroyed the usefulness of this app

    By Sub Ubi
    No idea what they were thinking! They have absolutely destroyed the usefulness of this app by removing the download feature. I am frequently offline (planes, vacation locations, subways, etc) and could always rely on having National Geographic with me on my iPad. Downloaded the updated app this week in preparation for a sailing vacation - and I NatGeo won’t be going with me! Please, please, please bring back the download feature. Seems it’s still available for ever6 foreign language version
  • Mat Geo Destroyed

    By RossKirk
    What once was my favorite digital magazine has been ruined. Hope they can find their way back.
  • Can’t download and read offline

    By Nutttin'
    I subscribe to the magazine but can no longer download and read off line with this app. Unbelievable. Been a subscriber for 25 years, can barely stomach the leftward tack of magazine over the last 10 years (can you write just one article a month that doesn’t mention climate change?) and now this. Buh bye.
  • A joke compared to the previous app

    By Petacat
    I’ve been a long time subscriber as were my parents. This is not a replacement for the print version (missing lots of content) and can only be used online. What were they thinking? The previous app was orders of magnitude better.
  • Disappointing Update

    By Seeker6801
    I’ve been a subscriber for years. The print edition still comes to my home every month. I’ve used the app for some time now as well and really enjoyed the “enhanced” experience. It was so nice to take my iPad along with me for travel and enjoy reading the magazines while off line. All that has changed now- the app really seems more of a browser than anything else. I can’t save content for offline reading, I don’t enjoy the new format, and I’m so very disappointed in this update. Please fix this, Nat Geo!
  • What Happened to my SUBSCRIPTION!!!!

    By Mr Maloonigan
    I’ve been subscribing for years through an iTunes subsection and now all of a sudden the two are not linked. All archived purchases that I had are gone. Did apple rip me off?
  • No longer interested in this publication

    By Redhead till I'm dead
    They should have learned from the new coke debacle. National geographic had a fantastic app and ruined it. Completely. You can no longer read the magazines from this app. I will no longer subscribe, as physical magazines do not make sense for me, and this app is garbage.
  • What were you guys thinking?

    By Milk-Dude
    This app update is terrible. Half of reason i used the app was because it added to the magazine experience. It was awesome seeing some of the stills turned animated or being able to find out more about the pictures, not to mention how slick the articles were but this reduces what made this app special to a feed. And on top of that still no support for the new iPad Pros?
  • The only reason I liked this app

    By JDNY2012
    The only reason I liked this app was the ability to download issues to read while away from internet. I subscribed via iTunes like 5 years ago (had a print subscription for a long time prior but real life prevents most people from accumulating and saving hundreds of thousands of pages) and this app had always been the absolute best mobile magazine experience until now. The content of course is top notch but maybe this change was motivated by the cut apple takes from sales through their store? Anyhow it’s not worth subscribing to if it’s a digital magazine experience you’re after. Now we lose all of our back issue access? Big big mistake. This is how you lose a fan base. Another sad day in the decline of modern publications.
  • Bring back the old model.

    By hwyehdodhebe
    If I wanted a website, I would go to the NatGeo website. I specifically subscribed to be able to access and download virtual copies of the magazine. If this is not addressed, I will be cancelling my subscription.