Sports Illustrated Magazine

Sports Illustrated Magazine

By Time Inc.

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2010-06-24
  • Current Version: 34.0.2
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 12.62 MB
  • Developer: Time Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3
From 11,588 Ratings


The very best in sports news, expert analysis and award-winning sports photography! Experience the newly updated SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Magazine app on the iPad and iPhone and get unrivaled access to everything sports that only SI can provide – from expert journalists Peter King, Tom Verducci, Lee Jenkiths, Seth Davis and more - delivered straight to you, along with great story-telling and up-to-the-minute news. *Please note when you download the app you will need to re-login to your digital account and/or restore your iTunes purchases within the app.* The app includes: • A live newsfeed from the website so you can get the latest sports news in real time • A “Reader View” that allows long-form magazine articles to display in a text and mobile-friendly format. You will no longer need to pinch and zoom! • Cross-device access with your SPORTS ILLUSTRATED digital account • Offline reading for downloaded issues • Alerts when a new issue is available And we’re just getting started. The app will be continuously updated, featuring the addition of more sports, expanded content and additional functionality. SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Magazine Subscriptions Available: 1-month subscription - $3.99 (automatically renewed until canceled) 1-year subscription - $38.99 (automatically renewed until canceled) Single issue - $4.99 (non-subscription) SUBSCRIBERS’ AUTOMATIC-RENEWAL FEATURE: Your subscription will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of your current period. Your iTunes account will automatically be charged at the same price for renewal, as stated above, within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Current subscribers may not be canceled during the active subscription period, but you can manage your subscription and/or turn off auto-renewal by visiting your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. NOTE: WHEN PURCHASING A SUBSCRIPTION OR SINGLE-COPY OF THIS TITLE, YOU AGREE TO THE PRIVACY POLICY AND TERMS OF SERVICE WHICH CAN BE VIEWED BY GOING TO:




  • App is step backwards

    By jeheigjdk
    Ever since the “new” app was launched have had nothing but issues. Every time have to sign in to read even if I just stopped a few minutes ago or day before. There is no progress on where you last viewed the magazine you were reading. Don’t know why this update is such a failure need to update it.
  • Retire this app

    By jw2657
    Repeatedly have to delete app and reinstall to actually have the ability to download issues. Then days later can’t download latest issue and need login even though already logged in. Across multiple devices. Customer service solution is to delete app and reinstall. Really? How does this persist? Just put this to bed or do it right please.
  • Impossible and Worthless

    By Bald Norske
    Cannot even find a way to sign on. Asked me for App Store signon, not Sports Illustrated. When I entered and opted for restore old purchases, I got nothing. This was after deleting and restoring the app. Longtime subscriber with no access to current or past articles without paying second time.
  • Worst app ever

    By gt5472
    Since the beginning of the year I have tried to get this to work on my iPad. Nothing works. I have contacted SI several times by email and by phone and get the same instructions - delete the app, reload and restore purchases. Nothing changes, locked out of every issue. I think they should reduce my subscription if I cannot access the app. 0 stars.
  • Restoring purchases problem

    By J&D-1028
    If I restore purchases, all non-downloaded issues are locked. I have to kill the app and restart to access not yet downloaded issues. There really should be a way to filter issues or cache downloaded covers to make scrolling through back issues faster.
  • Garbage app

    By KenTheOne
    In order to see old issues you have to scroll thru the whole list instead of your issues being at the top. Worst part is the scrolling is laggy as hell and takes forever to load.
  • How can you go from great to bad so fast....

    By bkh13
    Must be some financial gain. Apologies by the “Development” staff are not genuine. You can’t defend how poorly it works now.
  • Unable to download issues

    By MacSteveH
    They freeze at some varying percentage. Have to force quit the app and then start over. Never works. Have uninstalled and reinstalled repeatedly.
  • Hate the app

    By Punatick
    I am long time subscriber and love the magazine, but the app is terrible...I have to repeatedly uninstall and then reinstall it to access the current happens every month it seems...
  • Slow, not user-friendly, just terrible

    By yvo_suave
    The old apps were adequate. You could see what issues you purchased, at least. With this new interface, you don’t have that. You have every single issue in front of you all locked until you buy, but you have no way of seeing what you’ve already bought. I’d like my own “rack” withy old previously purchased issues. To top it off, it’s terribly slow. Once you read an issue, you’re brought back to the beginning instead of where you left off. Clearly, their developers were not thinking about the user experience in this design. It’s cumbersome, feature-less and annoying to use. 🙄