National Review

National Review

By National Review

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2011-05-13
  • Current Version: 12.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 83.04 MB
  • Developer: National Review
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 2,085 Ratings


Read all National Review print-magazine content on your tablet, phone, or smartwatch (Apple Watch) using the National Review app. Scroll through and select issues on a handsome carousel, and move through individual issues either using the beautifully rendered text interface or by viewing the PDF version. All of your issue downloads are stored on your device, available for viewing anywhere and anytime. In addition, you can access National Review website content by clicking the Website prompt. View all the latest National Review website articles as well as the latest blog posts on The Corner and Bench Memos without ever leaving the app. SUBSCRIPTION OPTIONS The National Review app is free to download. All users may explore issues for several minutes before being presented with purchase options. And website content is always available free of charge. Single issues of National Review magazine are available for $1.99, monthly subscriptions for $2.99, and annual subscriptions for $19.99. Subscribers to National Review / Digital on the National Review website ( are able to login to the National Review app to access their subscriptions. National Review Pricing: • Single Issue Price - USD $1.99* • Subscription 1 Month - USD 2.99* • Subscription 1 Year - USD 19.99* * For non-US app stores, the equivalent currency charges will apply. Please note: App subscriptions do not include access to subscription-only content on our website. Additional Subscription Information: • Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. • Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. • Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal. • Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. • No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. Privacy Policy - Terms of Use - • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable.



  • Finally able to log on

    By Tattoooz
    Make sure your password for this app and the website have no special characters or numbers or the app will not recognize your login credentials. I’ll rate this app again later after using it a bit.
  • Appears to Have Virus

    By areallnicknamestaken?!?!???
    “Spin the wheel” bogus ads take over the entire page when reading an article. Exiting article and re-entering does not help. It’s unfortunate but I’ll have to go back to the apps for other publications that don’t do this.
  • Pop-up ads make reading articles impossible

    By juliodfernandez
    App is barely usable
  • Abandon App

    By PommeDeAir
    adds interfere with app content. Going back to PC and robust turn-of-the-century media.
  • Drives me nuts!

    By Jonah Lovin' Lady
    I’m a NRPlus subscriber but the app won’t recognize my login; app freezes and jumps around; often when scrolling down an article, the screen goes white and freezes there; weekly hijacked by ads trying to tell me I’ve won something and can’t get back to article; so bad it often keeps me from trying to read articles I’m dying to read!
  • Pop up ads

    By gmartin10004
    Getting “you’ve won a prize ads constantly”. Get rid of the malware on your site.
  • Complete garbage

    By Anne HW
    My husband has an account. I can log into it online, but every time I try with the app, I get an error. The same thing happens to him. And National Review has a lot of problems with pop-up ads, in general. I get their email, and half the time I can’t even get to the links because of all the ads (and prizes—haha)!
  • Real discussions on real issues

    By WFB lives
    National Review has been my place to not only read thoughts about the issues of the day but also the larger principals on which to base those thoughts. The discussions are real, informed, and civil.
  • Constantly interrupted by ads

    By Good with occasional crashes
    Even though I paid for access. Very troubling.
  • Terrible Apps!

    By Dummydimmy
    Cannot even log in as subscriber in this apps.