The August issue of National Geographic is now available! Download National Geographic magazine on iPad™, and you can get our sample issue for FREE!
National Geographic`s current August issue offers three continually updated features—a daily news feed, a Twitter feed, and editors’ picks of best user-submitted photographs.
Articles include an inside look at the advances in making robots more human, author Bruce Barcott and photographer Paul Nicklen showcasing the elusive white black bear and the efforts to keep it alive, the future of Myanmar as its takes its first steps towards political reform, and insights into the life of Hanuman langurs in India.
Interactive iPad content for the August issue National Geographic magazine includes…
•Making Robots Human: A comical video of robots attempting to play soccer at the Robocup conference in Singapore. The cover also features a user-controlled, 360 degree spinning robot.
•Spirit Bear: A behind-the-scenes video of Paul Nicklen photographing the rare white Kermode Bear.
•Moon Core: An interactive graphic that reveals the moon’s interior layers with information on depth, material contents, and temperature.
Back issues of National Geographic magazine are available starting with our February 2011 issue.
National Geographic magazine on iPad showcases each month’s issue with exclusive content and enhanced functionality. In the coming months, we will deliver innovative features that will continue to make your experience more engaging. Your feedback is important to us, so please be sure to take our reader survey, located on the last page of the magazine.
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