How To Use Digital Options
Want to learn more about how to use the many resources available to Foreign Affairs subscribers? Explore this page to see the digital options available now.
Note: Print-only subscribers will need to upgrade to All-Access to use our full range of digital benefits.
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All-Access and Digital subscribers have access to issues, anthologies and special collections, web articles, and audio in the Foreign Affairs iOS and Android app.
Resize text, save your favorite articles, read in night mode, listen to audio, and more.
Please note subscriptions purchased through iTunes or Google have limited access on ForeignAffairs.com. For unlimited digital access, subscribe with us directly here.
Listen On The Go
All-Access and Digital subscribers have access to download & listen to Foreign Affairs audio in the app or stream audio on ForeignAffairs.com.
Select the Play Audio button at the top of any article with audio on ForeignAffairs.com. To download, select Download Audio.
To play audio files from the Foreign Affairs app, select any downloaded issue or article with audio from the home screen. Tap on the headphone icon, then tap any track to begin playback.
All-Access and Digital subscribers can read articles and issues on tablets, mobile devices, or favorite e-readers.
To download and transfer Foreign Affairs, click here for Nook instructions.
Print subscribers should upgrade to All-Access for additional digital benefits.
Our e-magazines (available for all new issues) are interactive and easy to read in any web browser.
This exclusive format is shared with Digital and All-Access subscribers by email, as soon as new issues are released online.
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All-Access and Digital subscribers have access to download PDFs of Foreign Affairs issues and articles from ForeignAffairs.com. PDFs can be shared, printed, or saved on personal devices, and never expire.
To access PDFs, log in to ForeignAffairs.com and click the PDF Download Article button, found at the top of each article.
To download and read PDF files, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. The Reader is available for free download here.