IEEE Spectrum Magazine

IEEE Spectrum Magazine


“THIS APP PROVIDES A PRINT-REPLICA OF THE MAGAZINE PAGES, THUS SMALLER DEVICES WILL REQUIRE GREATER ZOOMING. IT IS DESIGNED FOR TABLET USE ONLY, AND WILL NOT FUNCTION PROPERLY ON MOST SMARTPHONES.”

This application is for:
•IEEE members who have already requested to receive their issue of Spectrum digitally
•IEEE members who are not currently getting a digital/iPad magazine, but would like to

Members who are already digital subscribers will be asked for the email address where Spectrum is being delivered plus their Qmags password. Those who don’t remember their password can request to have it sent to their delivery email address.

Members who are not currently receiving Spectrum digitally will have an option to change their print subscription to digital/iPad at no charge (you will no longer receive print), or purchase a combination print PLUS digital subscription (you will receive both print and digital/iPad). Tap the “Don’t have a Qmags account” button.

IEEE Spectrum magazine is edited for electrical, electronic, computer engineering and scientific professionals identified in the high technology sectors of industry, business, government and education.

For help with this app please email [email protected] or visit http://www.qmags.com/help/

About Qmags

The IEEE Spectrum Magazine app is built and maintained by Qmags. Qmags provides digital technology solutions for a wide variety of publishers, associations and other content providers.

Recent changes:
Latest update improves framework along with following new features such as:-

Better Zoom
Add Notes
Quick Jump
MultiUser support
Contact HelpDesk directly from the app
Better Zoom Fuctionality
Social Sharing(Facebook, Twitter And Mail)
Archive Search
CDN powered for faster downloads
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About IEEE Spectrum Magazine
“THIS APP PROVIDES A PRINT-REPLICA OF THE MAGAZINE PAGES, THUS SMALLER DEVICES WILL REQUIRE GREATER ZOOMING. IT IS DESIGNED FOR TABLET USE ONLY, AND WILL NOT FUNCTION PROPERLY ON MOST SMARTPHONES.”

This application is for:
•IEEE members who have already requested to receive their issue of Spectrum digitally
•IEEE members who are not currently getting a digital/iPad magazine, but would like to

Members who are already digital subscribers will be asked for the email address where Spectrum is being delivered plus their Qmags password. Those who don’t remember their password can request to have it sent to their delivery email address.

Members who are not currently receiving Spectrum digitally will have an option to change their print subscription to digital/iPad at no charge (you will no longer receive print), or purchase a combination print PLUS digital subscription (you will receive both print and digital/iPad). Tap the “Don’t have a Qmags account” button.

IEEE Spectrum magazine is edited for electrical, electronic, computer engineering and scientific professionals identified in the high technology sectors of industry, business, government and education.

For help with this app please email [email protected] or visit http://www.qmags.com/help/

About Qmags

The IEEE Spectrum Magazine app is built and maintained by Qmags. Qmags provides digital technology solutions for a wide variety of publishers, associations and other content providers.

Recent changes:
Latest update improves framework along with following new features such as:-

Better Zoom
Add Notes
Quick Jump
MultiUser support
Contact HelpDesk directly from the app
Better Zoom Fuctionality
Social Sharing(Facebook, Twitter And Mail)
Archive Search
CDN powered for faster downloads

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 11, 2015
Reflects badly on IEEE The irony that the world's best engineering society would choose one of the world's worst apps. Constantly freezes, is slow when it doesn't, jiggery, looks like an elementary school kid designed it (ever heard of "material design"?) and on and on.
A Google User
Aug 11, 2015
Ok It simply better
A Google User
May 18, 2015
Search bar is a bad or else a good app
A Google User
May 11, 2015
The irony that the world's best engineering society would choose one of the world's worst apps. Constantly freezes, is slow when it doesn't, jiggery, looks like an elementary school kid designed it (ever heard of "material design"?) and on and on.
A Google User
Apr 15, 2015
Love it For technocrats