John Lewis Edition Magazine

John Lewis Edition Magazine


John Lewis Edition magazine brings together the very best of John Lewis products and services with thought-provoking features, topical interviews and advice in a FREE quarterly publication. Using stunning photography, elegant design and intelligent writing from a great team of contributors, it showcases and previews fashion, beauty, technology and home collections.
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John Lewis Edition magazine brings together the very best of John Lewis products and services with thought-provoking features, topical interviews and advice in a FREE quarterly publication. Using stunning photography, elegant design and intelligent writing from a great team of contributors, it showcases and previews fashion, beauty, technology and home collections.

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A Google User
Mar 8, 2015
No Google Play Version :0( Yet again, no version for Android via Google Play. I have raised this with JL direct but, in their usual arrogance, they send some patronising reply as to why Apple users are favoured over those of us that use Android. Poor show John Lewis. Again.
A Google User
Nov 6, 2014
Not my kinda thing but... It displays great on a Nexus 7 (2013) scrolls well, no lag , text is a good size. and is clear.I wish I was able to read other magazines with ease eg not having to scroll around the pages ! Good effort.
A Google User
Dec 14, 2013
Just crashes every time. Not improved from when I last installed it- months ago
A Google User
Dec 7, 2013
Crashes Just crashes when I try to start it
A Google User
Oct 29, 2013
Good content but poorly displayed Magazine pages are only displayed in the middle of the screen (nexus 7, 2013) with acres of black space around the edge. Still legible, but poorly done.