Climb Magazine

От издателя «Greenshires Publishing Ltd»


Climb features everything readers and advertisers could want from a climbing magazine. More pages, more information, more insight, more of everything to satisfy the craving for knowledge about the sport we love.
Climb delivers for the beginner right through to more accomplished climbers and mountaineers and is written by an experienced team of climbers and writers.

Each digital edition will include exciting, unique content not available in the standard print edition. Climb is the only place you can get internationally respected ‘Mountain World’ – the mountaineering service that has been in existence for over 25 years. These digital editions will ensure you benefit from an enhanced reader experience, including exciting unique, interactive content, whilst appealing competitively to a worldwide readership.

Flip your device and read the magazine as a double page spread or full screen single page, tap the page selector to choose a specific page to fast navigate to.

You can also download and save individual pages to enjoy offline and when you are on the go.

Your climb magazine app features search functionality to find key words relating to content and a zoom function to enable clear reading to keep your friends and social circles up to date with all the latest shared news from Climb.

Climb provides availability to all previous editions of the magazine – from 2012 by incorporating subscriptions allowing the purchase of a one month or yearly subscription to the magazine.

By downloading the app you agree that you have read and accept Greenshires Publishing Ltd’s Privacy and Terms of Use:

Что нового в версии 5.0.4

-Minor bug fixes -Performance improvements


Релиз: 12.07.2012
Обновлено: 20.11.2017
Версия: 5.0.4
Языки: EN
Разработчик: Greenshires Group Ltd
Возраст: 4+
Совместимость: Требуется iOS 9.1 или более поздняя версия.

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