Linux Format

Linux Format

By Future plc

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2011-10-12
  • Current Version: 5.2.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 64.88 MB
  • Developer: Future plc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 72 Ratings

Description

*** FREE 30 DAY SUBSCRIPTION TRIAL – READ OUR LATEST ISSUE FREE TODAY *** Linux Format is the voice of the Linux and open source community. Its unique style brings you entertaining and essential tutorials, news and reviews for leading distros like Ubuntu, Mint, Debian and Arch, plus help with maker projects on the Raspberry Pi, Arduino and more. Get the best from open source technology such as Gnome, KDE, Docker and virtualisation; learn great programming tips in our essential Coding Academy including Python, Rust, Android and beyond! Whether you’re an IT professional, sysadmin or you just want to make computing fun again, Linux Format is for you. Join thousands of others and download our free app now! ------------------- Once you’ve downloaded our app, you will need to take a free trial or purchase a single issue or subscription to access our in-depth content. We also publish specials and guides - browse our publications, read what interests you most, and get inspired. Back issues, specials, and future issues are available for purchase within the app. Subscriptions are available on 1 month and 1 year terms, and auto-renew until you decide to cancel it. You can cancel your subscription at any point. Individual issues are priced at: Single issue £6.99 / $6.99 / €7.99 With subscription prices at: 1 month £3.99 / $4.99 / €4.99 1 year £44.99 / $59.99 / €59.99 Prices subject to change - please check inside the app for current pricing. *** Please Note: Our digital edition is not printable and does not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with the print edition. *** • The free trial offer is only available to new subscribers. If you have previously subscribed then payment will be taken immediately. • You can cancel at any time during the free trial period and you will not be charged. Simply turn off auto-renew in your Apple account subscriptions page at least 24 hours before the auto-renew is due. • Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. • Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. • You will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period, for the same duration and at the current subscription rate for that product. • You can manage your subscriptions and turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings after purchase . • No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. This does not affect your statutory rights. • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription. • We will be collecting information about your use of the app both when you are online and offline. To find out more please see our privacy policy. The subscription will include the current issue if you don't already own it and subsequently published future issues for the duration of your subscription period. ------------------- By purchasing a subscription or downloading an app you agree that you have read and accept Future Publishing Ltd's Privacy Policy and Terms of Use: www.futureplc.com/app-privacy-policy www.futureplc.com/app-terms-and-conditions

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Reviews

  • Don't buy through apple!!!!!

    1
    By jbob4242
    This would have been a 5-star review. However: If you buy your subscription through iTunes (for full price), you can only read your issues on Apple-branded hardware. If you create an account on their website, and buy that way, you can then sign in and read on anything. Support won't even be sympathetic, let alone fix the issue. I don't think I need to point out the irony in a magazine about Linux that doesn't work on Linux. Second, despite the fact that I have an active subscription, and all of the back issues, the app keeps bombarding me with offers to buy the back issues I already own. As I mentioned, this is a 5-star app, but since neither the publisher nor Apple will fess up to how badly you're getting screwed by buying this way, I thought I'd try to save at least one other person from this debacle. tl;dr: DO NOT BUY MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS THROUGH APPLE IF YOU OWN ANY NON-APPLE DEVICES!!!!!!
  • A great resource for most anything Linux!

    5
    By Linux User 32
    I used to run to my local brick & mortar bookstore to get these magazines as soon as the new issue was available. Then I found this wonderful app. Now for much less I get the current issue and don't have to do anything besides open the app.
  • Best Linux Magazine around!

    5
    By KindredX
    There is no better Linux magazine on the market! Simply the best!
  • My favorite Linux magazine

    5
    By kiloecho
    This British mag is simply the best source for news, reviews, coding projects and information about all flavors of Linux!
  • Schnazzy

    5
    By Darsofer
    I really dig this app yo.. Got all my knowledge from hither. I dig it, I dig it, I DIGGGG IT BABY.
  • Its ok but...

    3
    By Shaulch
    No option to save articles to evernote. ok., i read a good article about how to solve something but now i want to save it for later use - no option .:-(
  • Very informative

    5
    By BarelyTreatable
    Just getting started with Linux but this mag is very helpful.
  • Do not subscribe or buy from them

    1
    By TexasShopper
    Future Plc makes terrible magazine app. It is almost impossible to get a subscription from them that will work on more than one device (iPhone and iPad). They seem to make you purchase the magazines more than once if you want to read it on your iPhone and iPad. You are better off subscribing to their pdf format...at least with that you can read on a PC and multiple devices.
  • Excellent magazine, app leaves a lot to be desired

    3
    By cllcomputers
    This app feels more like a purpose built PDF viewer more than a "magazine app". It leaves a lot to be desired. Bookmarking would be awesome, trying to download back issues or restoring subscriptions can be painful. The content of the magazine is excellent and I love reading Linux Format. Would like a more interactive experience, maybe a font enlarging feature other than just page zooming, but I understand that may be a lot of extra work that a small magazine team wouldn't have the appropriate resources to do that. My star rating is strictly rating the app and not the magazine content. Content gets 5 stars hands down. Thank you for a great magazine
  • no bookmarking?

    3
    By pab1000
    i have downloaded some of the back issues (for IPAD) as i've enjoyed reading this magazine at the store but it's too expensive to purchase in North America (at the bookstore). However, the app isn't user friendly as there is no way to bookmark or favorite an article or page on the app. Also, when you go back into the app after leaving or turning off your ipad, you open up at page one of the magazine again, so have to scroll through the magazine again to find where you've left off. This is again where the favorites/bookmarking feature would really help. Other magazines on IPAD have this feature but this one doesn't, which is surprising. It keeps an otherwise great magazine from being truly enjoyable.

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