The Journal Science

The Journal Science

By American Association for the Advancement of Science

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2013-08-13
  • Current Version: 49
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 23.49 MB
  • Developer: American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    1.5/5 ( 123 Reviews)
  • Price:
The Journal Science App Ratings: 1.5
Total 123 Reviews

The Journal Science App Description

A Science subscription offers a unique blend of information and community that you can't get anywhere else. The world’s most widely read general science journal, Science provides broad, comprehensive coverage of the latest developments in science policy and cutting-edge research. From astronomy to microbiology, Science spans the sciences, and the globe, to keep you up to date on the events that are shaping science around the world. As a subscriber you'll enjoy: 51 weekly issues delivered to your tablet or phone, instant online access to every Science article ever published since 1880, exclusive e-mail alerts, and much more. Plus, every Science subscription includes a one-year membership in the non-profit AAAS. Open to everyone, AAAS is an advocate for all of the sciences, and is home to a community of over 120,000 people, from Nobel Laureates to high school students, who believe in the power of science to make our world a better place. Subscribe today and fill your next 365 days with information, community, and Science. 1 year subscription for $99.99 or a single issue for $10.99. Subscriptions will start from the most current eCommerce enabled issue going forward for one year from the date of purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew via your iTunes account 24-hours prior to the end of your subscription at the rate of $99.99 for one year. You can turn off the auto-renew feature up to 24-hours before the end of your subscription by going to your Account Settings after purchase. Subscriptions cannot be cancelled during the active subscription period.


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The Journal Science App Reviews

  • Share button doesn’t work, Downloading doesn’t work

    By Ugljesa234
    The share button for articles on iPad does not work. Also the download button does not do anything because you cannot read it off-line. So forget about downloading something in the reading is on the plane it won’t work. Funny, top science but bottom tech. Just can’t figure it out.
  • Doesn’t work.

    By Unhappy camper 555
    On latest iPhone with latest iOS can’t log in
  • Won’t connect to my membership

    By Davenm1
    The app won’t connect to my AAAS membership account, which works fine online, but the app says I don’t have an account. Therefore, the app is useless to me. I’ve sent a request to AAAS for help in linking accounts.
  • Can’t log in

    By nickG55
    Just signed up to receive Science in digital form to cut down on my stacks of physical magazines, but I can’t even log in. Quite inconvenient.
  • OK when it works

    ... but often doesn't. I try to open articles and it hangs. Sometimes the download fails. Behaves poorly while it's in the middle of downloading. I find reading on the desktop in a browser a much better experience.
  • Can’t log in

    By Heavy vegetable
    I have a subscription but am not even able to log into the account to view the magazine.
  • Instability

    By mdevirian
    I find the new app for online reading of Science to fall short of performance standards for such a prestigious journal. I experience frequent crashes, slow loading and a non-working “share” button. Back to the development lab.
  • Has become nonfunctional.

    By Oztotl
    This used to be a great app with flawless functionality, but since the midterm elections it refuses to load full articles, but so does the Science website. You can wait forever and it’s like the 1990s. I don’t know if the trouble is the app or the the failure of net neutrality, but someone needs to find out.
  • Much improved

    By Enilohclyteca
    Version 49, iPhone 10xsmax, ios12.1. Now useable by a professional researcher. Most of us read Science in two phases, (1) gossip /news/ lay summaries; (2) refereed papers in our field. When you’re online, (1) and (2) work well. Offline, (1) still works well. (2) requires me to have executed further online series of taps and verifications. Then it works. The icons for each issue are misleading on this complication. Same observations for the iPad version: quite useable, but offline takes special care and verification. Putting a magazine into an app, including offline reading, ain’t rocket science. The NYer, for instance, did it > 5 yr ago. And most of us spend more on our AAAS membership than on our NYer subscription.
  • Good but but problems

    By Gpbsf
    When it works it’s nice. You have access to he print pdf layout as well as a convenient e-reader format. You can also download issues for offline reading which is nice. However after multiple tries to work with customer support this feature doesn't work.