Trail Runner Magazine

Trail Runner Magazine

By Magazinecloner.com US LLC

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2012-04-19
  • Current Version: 6.0.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 11.68 MB
  • Developer: Magazinecloner.com US LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 70 Ratings

Description

Devoted to off-road running, Trail Runner provides readers with all they need to know to hit the trails running: Exciting features and destinations, beautiful photography, detailed information on techniques and well being. ---------------------- Paid-for application downloads include one issue of the user’s choice. Further future issues and back issues can be purchased within the app. Subscriptions are also available within the application. A subscription will start from the next released issue. Available subscriptions are: 3 back issues: £5.49/ US$7.99 6 months: £6.99/ US$9.99 [4 issues]* 12 months: £15.49/ US$21.99 [8 issues] * *This subscription has a free trial period of 30 days. At the end of the 30 days the full price of the subscription will be charged. You may cancel a subscription during its free trial period via the subscription settings on your iTunes account. This must be done 24 hours before the end of the subscription period to avoid being charged. -The subscription will renew automatically unless cancelled more than 24 hours before the end of the current period, you will be charged for renewal within 24 hours of the end of the current period, for the same duration and at the current subscription rate for the product. -You may turn off the auto-renewal of subscriptions through your Account Settings, however you are not able to cancel the current subscription during its active period. -Payment will charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when a subscription to that publication is purchased Bundles of single issues can be also be bought within the application. To use purchased credits, simply click on the issue price and select ‘use credit’. This allows you to purchase back issues at reduced prices. Users can register for/ login to a pocketmags account in-app. This will protect their issues in the case of a lost device and allow browsing of purchases on multiple platforms. Existing pocketmags users can retrieve their purchases by logging into their account. We recommend loading the app for the first time in a wi-fi area so that all issue data is retrieved. If your app will not load past the splash page after a first install or an update please delete and reinstall the app from the App Store Help and frequently asked questions be accessed in-app and on pocketmags. If you have any problems at all please do not hesitate to contact us: [email protected] -------------------- You can find our privacy policy here: http://www.pocketmags.com/privacy.aspx You can find our terms and conditions here: http://www.pocketmags.com/terms.aspx

  

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Reviews

  • Great Magazine Great App!

    5
    By LisaJT1
    I have zero clue as to what other reviewers are complaining about! This app works as expected. All content is top notch and well researched. I can’t wait for the next issue and read it cover to cover as soon as I can. Have never had an issue. Please continue your digital content!
  • Great but photos blurry

    3
    By Ndjeneiejdixnnxnd
    I really love this magazine. The text is sharp, but why are the images so blurry? I will have to cancel if this doesn't get fixed, sorry.
  • Trail Crusher

    5
    By TKOR Solutions
    If you're a runner, this magazine is a must read. I feel for any supposed runner who doesn't read this. Oh won't regret this purchase...
  • Great content, app lacking

    3
    By m0z
    I'm a huge fan of the content of this magazine. In fact, I'd go as far to say that it's my favorite magazine that I read monthly. Great writers, topics I want to hear about and insight into the exciting and ever growing field of trail running. However, where it lacks is in experience. It basically feels like I'm just reading a PDF. This is not what iPads are for... I could read a PDF anywhere. What I want to see is a feature-rich app experience that has the articles in a vertical view with active hyper-linked content that links to other parts of the issue as well as external sites. I also want active content that updates throughout the month, not just a static page of content. Wired mag and runners world do a fantastic job at this, for example. Overall I still love this magazine and look forward to future updates to make it even better.
  • The "go to" trail runner's pages

    5
    By mtb4mehrq
    Everything is there from gear and gadgets to nutrition to tips to inspiration to places and more. As a trail runner you have to have it!!
  • Awesome

    5
    By trailjunky
    Trailrunner magazine is a must read for all those off road runners and those runners wishing to ditch the streets, cars, and noise
  • MD

    5
    By Fastfig
    Enjoy every page. Just makes you want to run and never stop. Well written.
  • The best magazine for trail runners

    5
    By DickNea
    Slightly expensive, but well worth the price for any trail runner. Always in depth and covers a wide range of topics.
  • Great read

    5
    By Suki medeck
    Amazing magazine!
  • Great magazine; HORRIBLE interface

    1
    By TriNorm
    Short version: skip this digital version and stick with the print edition. When it worked, the app was okay. My main issue was the extremely poor quality of the images. The magazine was readable, but the images were extremely over-compressed (or something), and so very pixelated. A pity on a retina display (even a standard one, for that matter). Then...the app crashed, I had to reinstall and was unable to restore my purchases. There's a button to do that, but it doesn't actually do anything. Messages to customer support have gone unanswered. Terrible terrible terrible. So now I have a paid subscription that I can't do anything with. I'll likely send Apple a note as we'll to see if that does any good, but it makes me sad that such a good magazine would have affiliated themselves with such a HORRIBLE digital magazine provider.

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