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IFAW Interactive Magazine is now available for the iPad®

Welcome to IFAW’s new interactive magazine compiled by bigFIG Digital Media.

Global seizures of illegal ivory suggest that some 25,000 to 50,000 elephants were slaughtered in 2011 alone to furnish demand in major markets around the world. This interactive report by the International Fund for Animal Welfare lifts the veil on the escalating multi-million dollar illegal trade that has arguably become the gravest threat to the survival of the world's elephants.

Inside this exclusive IFAW interactive report multi-media features embracing animation, video, audio and stunning photography will enthrall you.

*** Note:
– It's free
– The rich multimedia content makes the app 80-150MB in size. We recommend downloading over a Wi-Fi connection.
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App highlights

Highlights of the IFAW magazine app

  • Details the latest efforts by IFAW to conserve the world's elephants
  • Outstanding wildlife photography
  • Packed with interesting facts about global elephant populations
  • Features enriched with audio and video clips
  • Inspiring stories about the conservationists working in Africa's wild places

What's the cost?

App Store pricing

You may try out your first issue issue of the Africa Geographic magazine iPad edition for free. The Africa Geographic magazine iPad edition is also available as a single-issue purchase at $3.99/£2.49. You can also subscribe or an auto-renewable subscription as follows:

  • The subscription costs $38.99/£24.99 for one year (12 issues).
  • Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase.
  • Your subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current period.
  • Your account will be charged for renewal within the 24 hours prior to the end of the current period, at a cost of $38.99/£24.99 for a further year.
  • You can manage your subscription via your iTunes account and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to Account Settings after purchase.
  • No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during the active subscription period.
  • Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to the Africa Geographic magazine iPad edition.
  • Africa Geographic magazine reserves the right to alter the pricing at any point.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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  • Your magazine page doesn't show up nicely on my screen, formatting is all wrong and I can't click links.

    This is most likely a browser problem. Sometimes our pages don't play nicely with older browsers. We suggest using Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari to view our work.
    It also may simply be that you have a page zoom function on. Very often we’ve discovered (even internally) that the page zoom has been accidently enabled, and this causes all sorts of display issues. Pressing Ctrl and 0 (zero) resets it back to normal, while Ctrl + or – zooms in or out (Ctrl for PC, Cmd on Mac). If this doesn't help, please help us out by sending us your browser details. The easiest way to do this is to simply visit http://africageo.com/browserdetails and follow the on-screen directions to send us those details.

  • I was just wondering if there is an Android edition available of your magazine.

    Not at this point

  • I have received the email about the new issue. Clicking on there takes me to the iPad page and screen grabs of the app.

    The subscription only kicks in after the release of the next issue after purchasing a subscription. In other words, when we publish the next issue of Safari, it should say "Download not Purchase."

  • What if I need more help?

    If we have not answered your question to your satisfaction, please email us: help@bigfig.com

Screen grabs from the current issue

Use the NEXT and BACK buttons below to reveal more highlights from the current issue of IFAW Interactive Magazine

  • The Ivory Trade

    The Ivory Trade: Take a personal journey with IFAW’s interactive story that helps to explain and show you how the elephant ivory trade works from a more holistic perspective.

  • Killing Fields – Cameroon

    Killing Fields – Cameroon: A look at the reality that is elephant poaching through the horrific account of a killing spree in Cameroon’s Bouba Ndjida National Park that left as many as 600 elephants brutally massacred.

  • White Gold – Ivory’s Trade Drivers

    White Gold – Ivory’s Trade Drivers: Find out what drives the ever-increasing demand for ivory across the globe.

  • The Great Debate

    The Great Debate: What is the true impact of the ivory trade? Understand CITES and its role in monitoring wildlife trade, and find out where IFAW stands on crucial issues.

  • Trade or No Trade

    Trade or No Trade: Yes or No? Should the international community legalise the trade in elephant ivory? Take stock of the viewpoints and make up your own mind.

  • IFAW on the Ground

    IFAW on the Ground: Learn about IFAW’s interventions to save elephants and to stop poaching in Africa. And find out how you can help to halt the illegal trade of ivory worldwide.