November 2014 Ensign Now Available for Apple and Android Tablets and Phones

  • 10 December 2014

The Church has released a free digital version of the November 2014 issue of the Ensign magazine for Apple and Android tablets and phones.

If you're on the go, a mobile-friendly version of the conference magazine can go with you. The Church has released a free mobile version of the November 2014 conference issue of the Ensign magazine for iPhone, iPad, and a number of Android devices.

The interactive Ensign includes mobile-specific navigation, links to audio and video of each talk, additional images not available in the printed version, links to related content on LDS.org, and multiple options for sharing content through social media.

Navigation allows you to easily find and access content using a thumbnail view of each page or a miniature table of contents. Tap on a portrait of a Church leader in the organizational chart of Church leaders and the biography of that leader will appear. Enlarge a photo or share a quote with the touch of a finger. Watch or listen to an entire talk.

The interactive Ensign also has links to related content on LDS.org and multiple options for sharing content through social media.

For Apple Users

The issue is free as part of the LDS Ensign app from Apple’s App Store. To find and download the free app, use this direct link, or search for “LDS Ensign” and look for the magazine cover shown above. Those who have previously downloaded the app will receive the most recent content.

For Android Users

The issue is free as part of the LDS Ensign app from the Google Play Store. To find and download the free app, use this direct link. Those who have previously downloaded the app will receive the most recent content.

The latest release is part of the Church’s ongoing efforts to assess digital publishing platforms. Users’ feedback based on their experiences using the interactive magazine are helpful in determining how the Church will use digital publishing. To comment, use the link at the top of the issue’s contents page.

The interactive Ensign includes links to audio and video of each talk and additional images not available in the printed version.

A free mobile version of the most recent conference edition of the Ensign is now available.