Field & Stream

Field & Stream

By Bonnier Corporation

  • Category: Sports
  • Release Date: 2011-06-22
  • Current Version: 7.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 120.27 MB
  • Developer: Bonnier Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3
From 299 Ratings


Field & Stream is the world’s largest hunting and fishing magazine, delivering extensive how-to, compelling stories, and great photography. Learn the most successful hunting and fishing tactics, see detailed test results of the newest guns and outdoor gear, and read award-winning hunting and fishing stories. Field & Stream contains all of the same content as the print magazine. SUBSCRIPTION AVAILABLE: • One-year (6 monthly issues) subscription for $11.99. • Single copies are available for $3.99. Your subscription will automatically renew unless you cancel 24 hours before the subscription runs out. You can turn off auto-renewal at any time from your iTunes account settings. No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during an active subscription period. For more information, read our privacy policy and terms of use.



  • Very bad app

    By Burlado
    I can’t restore the subscription
  • Restore iTunes Subscription

    By Tfgubfgtyucfv
    Can’t restore subscription
  • About time...

    By Meanders on
    I took almost two years but they’ve finally updated the app and fixed a well known issue with access for print subscribers not being able to view issues. I had given up hope completely and uninstalled the app about a year ago. On a whim I decided to see if the app had been updated and much to my surprise it had. The app now has a menu from which print subscribers can actually use their F&S log in to access digital issues unlike before where attempting to “log in” only prompted you to change your password. When it works the app is my preferred way of reading F&S. When it’s reading time I almost always have my iPad handy but the same cannot be said of my print copy of the magazine. Reading the magazine on the app really is a pleasure with the HD images and the ability to zoom in and out without getting pixelated.
  • No longer worth it

    By Security chair
    After many years I cancelled my subs with almost 3 years left because the publisher wanted me to pay for a digital subs as well! Utter nonsense to pay twice for the same content when previously it was free. This business model will probably result in the demise of a pretty good mag.
  • Okay what.

    By MrBlanston
    How where do I enter email address if receiving the print copy
  • App stopped working after update

    By huntfishkill
    After most recent update app no longer works. No way to restore purchases.
  • I do not support the direction this company is going

    By Jones wet
    I do not support the direction this company is going. Field and stream is a store that I have always gone to for all of my hunting and shooting needs. I have always loved going in and enjoyed their fair priced items. I recently went to one of their stores and I could not buy a spring for my gun bc they completely sustained from selling anything that has to do with an ar-15 including parts. I am very sad to hear this therefore I will no longer be shopping at field and stream or dicks sporting goods. I am also canceling my subscriptions to their outdoor magazine.
  • Terrible app

    By magicman2559
    I have read this magazine for years and love it. I recently bought a few magazines on line so I could read at work, but cannot for the life of me figure out how to get back to the library once I open a magazine on my phone. What a terrible app. Please fix it so I can read the magazines I purchased. Thanks
  • Terrible Navigation/Flow

    By Bib1041
    You can’t navigate back to the library after you download an issue. You’re forced to delete and then re-download the app. Fix this please!
  • Can’t access new magazines

    By J L Webb
    I am a print subscriber with the current subscription. But time after time I cannot download the most recent issue from the app. It will only allow me to see the preview without paying just shy of four dollars to see the rest which is about 25 percent of the one year subscription price (that I already paid).