Sports Illustrated Magazine

Sports Illustrated Magazine

Designed & Published By Time Inc.

  • App Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2010-06-24
  • Current Version: 33.0.3
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 10.15 MB
  • Developer: Time Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2.5/5 ( 11,203 Reviews)
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Sports Illustrated Magazine App Ratings: 2.5
Based on 11,203 Reviews

Sports Illustrated Magazine App Description

The very best in sports news, expert analysis and award-winning sports photography! Experience the newly updated SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Magazine app on the iPad and iPhone and get unrivaled access to everything sports that only SI can provide – from expert journalists Peter King, Tom Verducci, Lee Jenkiths, Seth Davis and more - delivered straight to you, along with great story-telling and up-to-the-minute news. *Please note when you download the app you will need to re-login to your digital account and/or restore your iTunes purchases within the app.* The app includes: • A live newsfeed from the website so you can get the latest sports news in real time • A “Reader View” that allows long-form magazine articles to display in a text and mobile-friendly format. You will no longer need to pinch and zoom! • Cross-device access with your SPORTS ILLUSTRATED digital account • Offline reading for downloaded issues • Alerts when a new issue is available And we’re just getting started. The app will be continuously updated, featuring the addition of more sports, expanded content and additional functionality. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Magazine Subscriptions Available: 1-month subscription - $3.99 (automatically renewed until canceled) 1-year subscription - $38.99 (automatically renewed until canceled) Single issue - $4.99 (non-subscription) SUBSCRIBERS’ AUTOMATIC-RENEWAL FEATURE: Your subscription will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of your current period. Your iTunes account will automatically be charged at the same price for renewal, as stated above, within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Current subscribers may not be canceled during the active subscription period, but you can manage your subscription and/or turn off auto-renewal by visiting your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. NOTE: WHEN PURCHASING A SUBSCRIPTION OR SINGLE-COPY OF THIS TITLE, YOU AGREE TO THE PRIVACY POLICY AND TERMS OF SERVICE WHICH CAN BE VIEWED BY GOING TO:

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App Reviews

  • Slow, not user-friendly, just terrible

    By yvo_suave
    The old apps were adequate. You could see what issues you purchased, at least. With this new interface, you don’t have that. You have every single issue in front of you all locked until you buy, but you have no way of seeing what you’ve already bought. I’d like my own “rack” withy old previously purchased issues. To top it off, it’s terribly slow. Once you read an issue, you’re brought back to the beginning instead of where you left off. Clearly, their developers were not thinking about the user experience in this design. It’s cumbersome, feature-less and annoying to use. 🙄
  • Terrible

    By IReviewBecauseICan
    SI iPad app used to be one of the best. Don’t know what happened but now the worst. Keep getting kicked out of login session and now can’t get past login screen. All efforts to reach customer support about matter have proven futile. Would put zero star if there was an option. Fix your app!!!
  • App is no longer usable

    By Hughpet
    Somewhere SI is thinking of more ways to fleece its customer base. I too lost all of the issues I purchased and saved. Sad,y enough, Golf Magazine, and Time magazine have the same lame software. Maybe I will start using Zinio.
  • This app needs major help

    I, like many others lost their SwimSuit Editions. That issue has been rectified, but the app still needs major help. I do not subscribe to SI, but am a fan of the SwimSuit issue and have purchased them digitally since they first become available. The previous app used to have a filter for the SwimSuit Editions that is now missing. I must be getting old as I find myself saying how I wish for the old days.
  • I'm drowning!

    By Abbey5road
    For the last six years I've purchased and downloaded the SI Swimsuit issues. After having to restart my iPad, I once again downloaded the SI app but my issues were no longer there and when I called, I was handed over to another representative, who then said I needed to contact apple. After waiting on the phone for 45 minutes, I was disconnected and no one bothered to call me back. Needless to say.....I'm disappointed It's been almost 2 months and Sports Illustrated doesn't care about their customers. I received 2 responses that were no help at all and when I called customer service, she had no clue except to tell me that they changed the app. It seems pretty simple. Rectify the app so that I can just see my issues without having to scroll the years. It use to be that way.
  • Digital subscribers beware!

    By ribfactor
    Long time subscriber have enjoyed having it available on my iPad for travel. New App is unusable and so painfully slow it is not worth it anymore. Unless they get a fix for this app I will let my longtime subscription expire. You would think a publisher would do everything possible to make digital experience awesome. Print is dying and now digital may quickly go away if they don't fix soon.
  • Regression

    By N328KF
    The new version of the app seems to offer much less control. In particular, missing is the ability to only show purchased issues.
  • BillH

    By Scrabble diva
    Wow. I've been a subscriber of the print edition since 1969 (still have them all), and was a big fan of the iPad version for several years. No more. I can only echo the other negative reviews. I'm a software developer who can't understand how this upgrade would even pass acceptance testing. I assume the motivation is to eliminate usage of the app. Pretty good chance of that.
  • Was good, now awful

    By dslosangles
    It used to be a flawless app and then the update a few months back completely ruined it. And their customer support is the worst— they never respond. The problem is, now, swiping pages takes numerous attempts because the page bobs up and down due to the new, poorly implimented, reader view. Every time you swipe, a block of texts pops up asking you to swipe down for reader view. This means that when you are trying to go to the next page, it rarely registers unless it’s a perfect right to left swipe. And this “read view” option blocks the top of ever page until it disappears after a few seconds. They’ve had months to fix this with a patch but haven’t borrowed.
  • Fire your developers

    By svkinnan
    I agree with all of these 1 star reviews. I can’t find my past years’ swimsuit issues anywhere. I’ll never understand why software developers always make thing WORSE with every release. Get rid of them and bring back the old version.