• Phone App Performance
Science Magazine Newton
Science Magazine Newton Phone App
  • Free Version Available
Science Magazine Newton phone free app - can my phone or tablet play and run Science Magazine Newton icon
The Science Magazine Newton app we are assessing in this performance review is free to download at the relevant iOS App Store and will run on the standard iOS operating system. Having achieved a small amount of attention since its release, the people that have used Science Magazine Newton felt that it offered a good solution when looking for a suitable Education app. With an iOS file size of 9.2MB, Science Magazine Newton requires a very small amount of storage space, so don't worry too much about it affecting your mobile device's remaining capacity. Other popular apps that might interest you include Endless Alphabet, Revision App - The Ultimate Exam Tool & SAT Flash Card App, and Bible for Kids.
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Science Magazine Newton Phone Requirements
CPU
0.2
Science Magazine Newton needs a phone that runs iOS but otherwise it only requires barely any processing power, any GPU within the last few years to tackle the minimal graphical requirements, and a very small amount of RAM. However it runs, the essential requirement is the 7 minimum iOS version which requires either a very recently released mobile device, or one that can be easily updated.
The Apple iPhone 5s 16 GB matches the Science Magazine Newton hardware specifications.
GPU
0.8
RAM
2
OS
iOS 7
Overall
0.3
iOS Details
Version
3.0.46
Price
Free
User Rating
3.5 (12 votes)
Content Rating
4+
File Size
9.2 MB
Genre
  • Education
  • Newsstand
  • Science
Languages
  • EN
Supported Devices
  • iPhone5
  • iPad2Wifi
  • iPhone5c
  • iPhone-3GS
  • iPodTouchourthGen
  • iPhone4S
  • iPadMini4G
  • iPhone5s
  • iPadThirdGen
  • iPadFourthGen
  • iPhone4
  • iPadFourthGen4G
  • iPad23G
  • iPodTouchFifthGen
  • iPadThirdGen4G
  • iPadMini
Developer
Newton Inc. Apps.
Store Link
***From November, the issue is optimized to iPhone. Now, you can easily enjoy the issue both with your iPad and iPhone. ***The data size of the app is relatively large. We strongly recommend that you download the app using Wi-Fi networks where available. Newton Science Magazine is now available on Apple’s Newsstand. Aimed at a broad range of readers from teenagers to adults, this magazine explains today’s hottest topics in science, including string theory, iPS cells, the world of animals, natural phenomena, and more, in easily understandable terms and interactive visuals. It also provides a virtual lab to experiment on fundamental principles on your own. ---------------------------- Premier Issue ---------------------------- Newton Special : How the Sun Was Born The Sun is our source of energy, but where did it come from? Watch how the Sun and Earth unfolded 4.6 billion years ago in breathtaking video. Eye on Nature : Yellowstone National Park: Geographical Features Witness the magma activity below Yellowstone in HD video, shown for the first time ever! Newton Lab : The Law of the Pendulum Join Galileo and manipulate pendulums in our virtual lab. Experiment with isochronism and get a real feel for how things work. Also, Animal Watch brings you to Penguin Beach on the Falkland Islands, while our Cosmic Wonder section will show you the universe through the Gemini Telescopes. This issue’s interviews introduce you to a scientist at Upfront of String Theory and another who is locating life on other planets at NASA’s Kepler Space Observatory. ---------------- Subscription Offers ---------------- One-year subscription (with auto-renew): $9.99 (12 issues) One-month subscription (with auto-renew): $2.99 (1 issue) Single-issue price: $4.99 One-year and one-month subscriptions will automatically renew unless the auto-renew feature is deactivated by the user. Auto-renew must be turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period to avoid further charges.
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