Posted June 09, 2018 09:33:13It’s finally here!
A massive update to the New Scientist app for iOS has just hit Apple’s App Store.
The update is the result of a lot of work over the last year, but the main changes include a redesigned interface, more features, and improved app stability.
New Scientist is now a fully fledged iOS app.
It’s completely redesigned, with a completely redesigned interface and a completely revamped app, which means that everything works as you’d expect it to.
New Scientist is also fully compatible with iPad.
Here’s a quick rundown of the major changes:You can now edit articles using the New England Journal of Medicine’s Editorial Board (NEGB) or with the New York Times’ Editorial Board.
You can read or download articles at any time, on any device, or on multiple devices.
You can now use the new Editorial Board to edit articles from the Editorial Board and from other sources, including articles published in the New Journal of Biology.
The Editorial Board also now supports reading, editing, and downloading articles on any iPad or iPhone device with an iPhone 5s or later.
You also now have access to the new New Scientist Magazine.
This app is the culmination of a year-long process, with more than a dozen months of work, testing, and refinement.
You’ve supported New Scientist for more than two decades.
Now it’s finally ready for your iOS devices.