Foreign Affairs

Foreign Affairs

By Council on Foreign Relations

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2012-11-28
  • Current Version: 1.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 18.79 MB
  • Developer: Council on Foreign Relations
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 786 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Foreign Affairs App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Total 786 Reviews

Foreign Affairs App Description

About the App: 
 The Foreign Affairs app delivers digital issues and eBooks optimized for an ideal reading experience on the iPad. It costs nothing to download the app and get instant access to a free excerpt from the best-selling “The World Ahead” issue (Nov/Dec 2010). Current subscribers are entitled to digital access. Subscriptions are also available in the iTunes store. Individual issues and selected Foreign Affairs eBooks are also available for purchase.  

 About Foreign Affairs: 
 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. In print and online, Foreign Affairs contributors drive the conversation about the most crucial issues in the world today. Authors from across the political spectrum include Roger Altman, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Niall Ferguson, Henry Kissinger, Grover Norquist, Barack Obama, Condoleezza Rice, Mitt Romney, Fareed Zakaria, and more. Now the digital version offers the same intellectual heft that readers have enjoyed for 90 years--without the weight on your shelf, in your backpack, or in your briefcase. 

 Features: 
 * Easy-to-navigate layout
* Bookmark tools
 * Real-time discussions about every article 
* 1-year subscription for $34.95 (your subscription will automatically renew unless you change your status in your Account Settings at least 24 hours before your term ends)
 * Individual issues cost $7.95 Terms and Conditions: https://www.foreignaffairs.com/terms-use Privacy Policy: https://www.foreignaffairs.com/privacy-policy

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Foreign Affairs App Reviews

  • Text size!

    3
    By SPAMF16
    Only three text sizes. The smallest is microscopic. The middle option is poster sized (only a slight exaggeration). Please fix this. It severely impacts the time I can spen reading one of my favorite sources.
  • Wonderful content, iPad friendly

    4
    By ridgeclub
    Much improved interface with the iPad - portrait/landscape capability and issue navigation are both evident. Nice job, and thanks.
  • Content Is Solid, Needs Dark Mode

    4
    By Señor Rios
    The magazine content is exemplary, and I haven’t experienced any issues with the app. The app could use a dark mode display setting.
  • Don’t waste your time trying this App

    1
    By Plimsoll
    The App from the App Store has for two days given me a message to ‘try again soon.’ After six calls to customer support and resetting my pass word twice, I am no closer to being able to access my subscription on the iPad. (Maybe this works on the iPhone, but I doubt it.). I suspect the message is disinformation, which is bad practice. I advise staying with the content on the web if you need digital access, at least until they can figure this out. The motto of these developers seems to be, Move Fast and Break Your Face. By the way, what happened to the old fashioned concept that customer service people who are expected to support an offering should be involved in testing it? Assuming that there was a test plan of any kind, a big assumption.
  • Abel Garcia Bonilla

    5
    By Abel García Bonilla
    Excellent in every aspect.
  • Mediocre App

    3
    By Outline Happy
    While this app displays content beautifully, you can't enjoy it without struggling with the app's non-intuitive navigation tools. Whether you're trying to browse the library, an issue or an article, you must intuitively understand how to do so with these minimal tools OR divert your attention from the message in order to understand the medium. The Economist's app makes navigation intuitive for all readers. FA app developers: Observe The Economist app, learn from it, and get out of readers' way.
  • Great update

    4
    By Juniorraz
    After some stupid bugs with this overhauled app, it’s is finally close to par with major journal apps. Scrapbook is great but should sync across devices. There should be better integration with the CFR website, too. Still, this makes it much easier to read and keep articles and avoid the unmanageable accumulation of hard copy issues.
  • Huge improvement

    5
    By Ioolooloo
    The upgraded App is so much easier to read with its new layout. And finally, an iPhone version! Hallelujah. Well done.
  • 24/7 Technical issues

    2
    By Endurik
    The application will not let me sign in to my account on iPhone because the system experiences technical issues, which have not being fixed since the December, 2018.
  • Worthless

    1
    By J. Jurado
    I’ve been trying to log in for 2 weeks and I’m still unable due to “technical difficulties”. Do not waste your time with this app. And if you’re are considering purchasing the digital subscription in order to use it with the app, don’t buy it.

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