|National Geographic Magazine by National Geographic Society|
Rank: #192 in iPad Apps (Free Apps)
Recent Rank Change: -1
Peak Rank: #3
Release date: 2011-02-21
Tracked for 818 days
|Ranked best among newsstand apps for 2012 by Apple. National Geographic magazine is available on iPhone and iPad. Subscribe once and get National Geographic magazine on both devices. Existing print and digital subscribers get complimentary access to both editions. |
Exclusive content for the digital edition includes:
• Out of a Libyan Wreckage panorama - Tap on the screen to launch a 360 degree view of what remains of a devastated bank in Libya.
• Guarding Libya's Treasures video - Those who keep watch over the ruins of Sabratah are determined to protect their country's archaeological heritage.
• Libya's World Heritage Sites map - See a map of Libya's five World Heritage sites.
• The Nomad's of Afghanistan's Wakhan Corridor video - Meet the nomadic herders who struggle to survive in this barren landscape.
• Can Otters Smell Underwater? video - Using infrared cameras and a dead fish, photographer Charlie Hamilton James tests otters' sense of smell.
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Back issues of National Geographic magazine for iPad start with our February 2011 issue and November 2012 for iPhone.
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About the National Geographic Society
The National Geographic Society has been inspiring people to care about the planet since 1888. It is one of the largest nonprofit scientific and educational institutions in the world. Its interests include geography, archaeology, and natural science, and the promotion of environmental and historical conservation.