Upon launching the Kandy app, and depending upon your level of access, a Screen will preload. To close the screen, tap the X in the upper right corner of the screen.
Across the top of the app screen you should see
At the bottom of the app screen are links to
The Magazine screen displays a current list of the magazines available in the app.
The Library screen displays a list of magazines you are entitled to downloading.
The Articles screen displays FREE content consisting of models’ photos, videos, columns and opinions, social media posts, and podcasts.
The Account screen links to your Kandy account you registered outside of the App store.
The following links provide you information and actions
The bottom section of the Menu screen contains links to magazine categories. These links are constantly updated. The Default setting is All Categories which displays all the magazines. The sub-categories will only display magazines which match the sub-category. To return to a screen to view all the magazines, tap All Categories.
In the bottom left corner of the Menu screen is a Log In for print and external digital customers.
The magazine screen has several sections.
The main section of the Magazine screen consists of
Depending on the number of the banners, it may be a single static banner or an inventory of rotational banners. Tapping on the banners will provide additional information or link out to an advertiser.
Located directly below the marketing banners is information on the different subscription plans. Tap the preview text for complete information on all subscription plans and the details.
Marketing banner, side menu subscribe link, or the Preview Info section will load the subscription screen.
These categories are constantly modified and updated. A listing of all the magazines in a specific category may be accessed one of two ways.
Once you tap on a magazine cover, a Preview screen for that issue will load. Depending on the digital edition and the device the following will display
To preview the issue, tap the magazine cover. Swipe the preview pages left or right to see additional pages.
Upon completing the preview pages, you may tap the X in upper left corner of the app screen to close the preview or tap the Purchase / Download link in the upper right corner to Read the digital edition.
To close the magazine preview, tap the X in the upper right corner. To purchase, tap the Subscribe button or Price tag button.
For information on a specific issue, tap on the magazine cover.
Located beneath the Featured Categories is the entire inventory of Kandy magazines available inside the app. The viewing and purchasing instructions are exactly the same as listed above for Previewing Magazines.
Once you have subscribed or purchase a digital edition, tap the download button. Depending on the device your navigation will vary. Depending on the digital edition, iPad readers may rotate the device for a double page spread view.
To simplify use, most magazine features are contained to a single page. To read or view, swipe up or down on the device’s screen.
To view the next feature, swipe left or right. You may also double tap the app screen and a listing of pages will appear across the bottom of the app. Swipe left or right to view the pages. Tap on the page you wish to read next.
Zoom in for a closer look – use two fingers to pinch the screen and zoom in for a closer look at the text and imagery.
Rotate to get up close and personal – rotate the screen to zoom in on text and images. This is the best method to view horizontal images on a screen.
Double tapping a screen will also reveal a hidden top menu with search, bookmark and other icons.
To use search, tap on the search icon and tap in the content you wish to find. For example, to find blonde models, type in blonde. Search will return a result from within the issue of all pages that match the search term.
To save a favorite page or feature, tap the bookmark icon. It is now saved.
To access more hidden features, tap the 3 dots in the upper right corner and choose one of these features from the sub-menu.
Many of the Mobile Device readers’ features are available to you as well. The iPad magazine inventory is a combination of digital replicas and mobile device reflow editions.
Reflow editions will zoom in on content when you the iPad is placed in horizontal model. In portrait model, the content will display in its normal state.
Digital replicas display content in a normal print magazine layout when in horizontal mode. Rotating the iPad to portrait (vertical) model will display a single page. As in reflow edition, iPad users may user two fingers to pinch and zoom the content.
A collection of Kandy models photo galleries and features in a single location.
View over 100 Kandy girls and 200 photo galleries and features without having to download the entire previous magazine.
Simple and easy to use navigation screens
The next app update will unveil this section. It is a list of magazines that you are entitled to based on your purchased and registration status. More details once the section is live.
Here you will find a listing of Free or Restricted opt-in content.
Once the content loads you have multiple options.
As is the case with magazines, Articles have assigned categories.
It’s ‘The Morning After’ of the day when the news broke that Tom ‘The Franchise’ Seaver passed away Monday evening.
Who is right? By Ron Kuchler From the beginning of the suspension of sports due to COVID-19, I have said that when professional baseball resumes in America there will be a 54-game season. With each...
She first appeared in KANDY in 2019’s Sweet 60 issue. She has rapidly amassed an Instagram following in excess of 760,000 fans. Now the blonde bombshell makes her KANDY magazine cover debut. Life During...
During the first week of lockdown, Singapore, a country known to embrace the latest and greatest in technology, banned teachers from using the video conferencing application Zoom. What pushed government...