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GQ Magazine UK (Kindle Tablet Edition)

by Conde Nast UK

Price: Free Download Price inclusive of VAT if applicable.
Sold by: Amazon Media EU Sarl
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Languages Supported: English

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This is the re-released interactive edition of GQ. After you have downloaded to your device, from within the app you can buy a subscription to GQ for only £2.49 a month. All new subscriptions start with a 30-day free trial. To learn more about the free trial see the FAQs. Print subscribers get the digital edition at no extra charge.

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What's new in version 21.2.1
  • What's new in this Version: - Force user Login is now gone! - In-app browser rewritten to use the Amazon Silk renderer for faster, smoother and more responsive web browsing. - App user interface behaviour adjustments. - Outstanding bug fixes, increasing the usability and performance of the application. We are committed to providing you with the best experience possible so if you have any problems, comments or feedback, please visit PixelMags support or email us directly at support.kindle@pixelmags.com, or call us: USA +1 (310) 359 8709 K +44 (0)208 196 9503

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Product Features

  • Digital edition containing all the features, reviews and talking points from Britain's bestselling quality men's magazine.

Product Description

GQ is the world’s leading men’s magazine, with a new digital edition available every month featuring the sharpest writers, the best photographers and the coolest fashion. Inside every issue we meet the most authoritative political figures (from Barack Obama to David Cameron), the most stylish men (from Robert Downey Jr. to Daniel Craig) and open our pages to the most beautiful women in the world (including R&B sweetheart Rihanna, British supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Hollywood star Penelope Cruz). We review the latest films, music, gadgets and cars, and give you all the fashion and grooming advice you need with our Style Shrink. Digital purchase options available: A single issue for £2.99 A one-year subscription for £23.99 A rolling monthly subscription for £2.49 a month

Technical Details

Size: 25.6MB
Version: 21.2.1
Developed By: Conde Nast UK
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  • Access fine (e.g. GPS) location
  • Disable the keyguard
  • Open network sockets
  • Access information about networks
  • Access the vibration feature
  • PowerManager WakeLocks to keep the processor from sleeping or the screen from dimming
  • Access information about Wi-Fi networks
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  • Write to external storage
Minimum Operating System: Android 2.2
Approximate Download Time: Less than 4 minutes

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This used to be an extremely detailed app tailor made for tablets. Now it seems nothing more than a simple copy paste of the actual magazine.

Which would be fine, but when using a 7 inch Kindle Fire HD one almost has to squint to read what lies on each page. There doesn't seem to be anyway to zoom in, I'm sure it's fine for people with large tablets but with the large amount of small types on the market now there are sure to be hundreds more disgruntled by this lazy, I mean 'simplified' application.

As well as it being tiny there is the issue that the app does not save your last read page. Sneaky tactic to make us look through the horrendous amounts of advertisements again? Perhaps, I however feel it far more likely that whoever took over the digital version design did it with minimal enthusiasm and even less interest in basic ergonomics.
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This is a great convenient way to read GQ on the run.
The app is good and after getting used to, becomes second nature.
I've only awarded 3 stars because one has to go around the houses a bit to get to the issue one was last reading (although it remembers your page) each time the app is launched (although I appreciate this might be something stupid I am doing - but I haven't found an obvious way round it yet).
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First of, as others have said, you still need to pay for any issues you want to view, the app is only a way to view and buy them.

The app used to be excellent, the magazine's were interactive, adding to what was already in the print version with other types of media like videos or sound clips. Certain articles had more information when clicking on them, or various other features not possible in print. Articles were also laid out for use in the app, so there was no need to zoom in or scroll around a page to read info. One of the reasons I kept my subscription was because the experience was so good.

That version was easily worth 5 stars , as it ran very smoothly and had lots of features whilst looking great the whole time.

They have recently 'upgraded' the app to remove most of these features. The download versions now seem to be exact copies of the print version with no extra features. Basically an exact scan of every page. The new app is very slow on my Kindle Fire HDX, although I've downloaded an.issue, flicking through the pages isn't smooth, and frequently you get to a page which hasn't downloaded and only begins to download when you open it. Sometimes when I'm reading a page, the magazine will flick back to the previous page, which is obviously very annoying. As the layout isn't designed for the screen, you're now required to zoom and scroll just to read the article.

I've given 2 stars as I like the magazine content, but the new presentation is a massive downgrade. The experience detracts from the magazine content now, were previously it had enhanced it.
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Excellent app however. Despite the advertising stating free access to the on line version on the kindle fire for existing subscribers, this stopped working when my subscription was renewed 2 months ago . Despite an email stating that Conde Nast are sorting it it still doesn't work. Very frustrating.
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You are merely downloading a preview copy. You will have to pay for a subscription if you want the full magazine, which is incredibly pricey.
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The magazine is great on the Fire. It's getting it in the first place that's the problem. Every time have to sign in, why cannot it remember me? Then takes an age to download 700mb file and if you click out of the app during download you have to start all over again
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Already subscribe to GQ had an email to say available for download thought it would be a couple of clicksbut having to put name & subscription no in each time is a pain .
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This is too complicated for me. It changes every time you go to download the magazine. I just read the one that comes through the door.
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