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Foreign Affairs Magazine for Android

- REQUIRES ANDROID | Published by Council on Foreign Relations on 2022-06-16   | Category: News

Rating 5 from 5 Votes | $ Free

About Foreign Affairs Magazine

Foreign Affairs Magazine is a News app by Council on Foreign Relations. About the App: The Foreign Affairs app delivers digital issues and special collections optimized for an ideal reading experience on iOS mobile and tablet devices. It costs nothing to download the app and get instant access to select free articles daily.

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    Whats new in v3.0

    • Release date: 2022-06-16
    • Current version: 3.0
    • File size: 21.24 MB
    • Developer: Council on Foreign Relations
    • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later. or Android KitKat 4.4, Lollipop 5.0, Marshmallow 6.0, Nougat 7.0, Oreo 8.0, Android Pie 9.0, Quince Tart 10, Red velvet cake 11, Snow cone 12 or later versions

    8 things about Foreign Affairs Magazine

    1. The Foreign Affairs app delivers digital issues and special collections optimized for an ideal reading experience on iOS mobile and tablet devices.

    2. Since 1922, Foreign Affairs has been the leading provider of clear commentary and analysis on global affairs, international business, science and technology, history, and society.

    3. In print and online, Foreign Affairs contributors drive the conversation about the most crucial issues in the world today.

    4. Subscribers also get access to read or listen to digital magazine issues.

    5. It costs nothing to download the app and get instant access to select free articles daily.

    6. App-only subscriptions are available in the app store.

    7. Authors from across the political spectrum include W.

    8. Du Bois, Eleanor Roosevelt, Madeline Albright, Roger Altman, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Niall Ferguson, Grover Norquist, Barack Obama, Condoleezza Rice, Mitt Romney, Fareed Zakaria, and more.

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    Foreign Affairs Magazine Reviews

    • Amazing Content, Please Make Dark Mode Truly Black

      Nothing catches my interest or makes me feel better informed than Foreign Affairs. The only change I would make is to offer a Dark Mode that uses a truly black background rather than the slightly whitened background used here. Update for Developer: I understand that you already offer a Dark Mode. I want the background to be truly black on OLED displays, which it isn’t now. Thanks!

      ~ By GravitasCH

    • Connecting an Account

      I have subscribed to Foreign Affairs through Apple. I don't have an account. How do I connect my subscription through Apple to a Foreign Affairs Account so I can read on my computer? In the app I’m not signed in because I don’t have an account, I just purchased a subscription through Apple.

      ~ By Naterade10

    • Good but can be better

      Update 2: The “The Latest” section started working again. Also, I appreciate customer support getting back to me. Update: app’s been pretty buggy lately. The “The latest” section doesn’t load. Overall, the app is pretty good and the content is great. It would be really nice if saved articles don’t just save locally. I constantly switch between my devices (iPhone, ipad) and none of my saved articles appear on the other devices. Also, it would be nice if the app had the ability to download articles in the background so it starts up faster and does not do the updating when I launch the app. If I’m mistaken in any of this and the app does, indeed, do those things, then please let me know.

      ~ By arajul

    • Make sure you subscribe through the app

      I subscribed through the computer and found very quickly I was unable to access anything on the app. I was horribly upset and canceled all subscriptions. Foreign Affairs is a great news source but this app will ask you for a username that you don’t even have. Even worse, you cannot add or update a username on the mobile site. Very upset by this.

      ~ By Jake A D

    • Awkward reading and challenging audio experience

      The content is great. The app is pretty terrible: it returns to the home screen every time I open it, which creates extra steps to access the magazine content. It's hard to tell the difference between "recent" and magazine content. Do they overlap? It feels like I have to work extra hard to reorient myself to where I was in my reading of the magazine every time I open the app. I also use audio a lot and the audio player is just a complete disappointment. It's unclear which pieces are available in audio until you bring up the audio list, but the audio browser is separate from the article browser so it's hard to know which article your want to listen to. The app doesn't save your place if you leave part way through listening too an article, so I'm constantly starting again or just giving up. The audio doesn't visualize where in the article you are as you go so it's hard to take notes or switch from audio to reading without a lot of work. Finally I would LOVE it if the app allowed me to highlight and take notes in it. Thank you.

      ~ By Jessykate1


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