Best iPad App of the Week: World Wildlife Magazine

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World Wildlife Magazine

Who doesn’t like great iPad apps? At iPad Insight we definitely do. With that in mind, we offer up a quick review of an excellent iPad app, or a few great iPad apps, here each week.

Our weekly picks for Best iPad App of the Week are published here every Saturday. Check out all our picks via the link at the end of this post and you’ll soon have a collection of stellar apps for your favorite tablet.

This week’s pick is World Wildlife Magazine, a brand new title from the World Wildlife Fund. It’s packed with fantastic photography and articles that focus on issues affecting wildlife, the planet around us, and how we can all help. Here’s a little slice of its Intro on the App Store:

Take an in-depth and inspiring look at the connections between animals, people and our planet. This interactive app brings into focus the stories of the most pressing issues facing the natural world—and what you can do to help.

The first free issue includes stories on many of the WWF’s major projects around the world – like efforts in Canada to take action to reduce the number of human encounters with Polar Bears, and thereby drastically reducing the number of bears killed in defense of human life.

Polar Bears

Another story details how the latest technology (in this case un-manned drones) is being used to fight against wildlife crime.

Elephants

Throughout the magazine we’re offered suggestions on ways that we can all help the WWF’s wonderful causes in our daily lives – and of course how we can contribute financially if possible.

This is a quarterly publication, published via Newsstand. The first issue is free and it looks as if they all will likely be free – as I don’t see any subscription options. It requires iOS 7 and is not supported on the original iPad.

Here’s an App Store link for World Wildlife Magazine.

If you’re after more great iPad apps, be sure to check out our previous choices for Best iPad of the Week. We’ve also recently put together a best of the best of our free app selections in a Top 25 Best Free iPad Apps list.


Patrick Jordan

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  1. Looks like a beautiful application and a great way of getting people to take more notice of world wildlife issues. Newstand definitely seems like the place to watch at the moment, I believe that it’s destined to grow quite rapidly over the next few years.

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