Requirements:

Apple devices
IOS7 or later (First generation iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch are not supported)
Enough free space to download issues (300-500 MB per issue)
Broadband internet is recommended.

Android Devices
Android devices operating 3.0 or later (Honeycomb)
Enough free space to download issues (300-500 MB per issue)
Broadband internet is recommended.

Navigating the Premier Guitar app

The Premier Guitar app is available for free download in the app store. Once installed, you will be able to see all issues that are available for purchase. The app is included for free if you’re already a print subscriber (see below).

To purchase, simply tap the issue cover and follow any instructions to purchase. If you have already purchased or are a print subscriber, you can begin reading right away.

The beginning of each issue will include a handy user guide for navigating the app. Please consult this guide to better understand how to get the best experience while browsing the app.

iTunes Subscribers
To purchase issues within the Premier Guitar app, you must be signed in with your Apple ID. If you do not have an Apple ID click here to set one up.

Once you purchase an issue or subscription within the app, it will forever be tied to your Apple ID. Be sure to maintain your Apple ID in case you get a new device in the future.

If you re-install the app or get a new device, you may need to restore your purchased issues. To do this, tap the gear on the right side, center of the app home screen and then tap Missing Issues. This will restore your previously purchased issues. NOTE: You must be logged in with the same Apple ID associated with your initial purchase for this option to work.

Google Play Subscribers
To purchase issues within the Premier Guitar app, you must be signed in with your Google account.

Once you purchase an issue or subscription within the app, it will forever be tied to your Google account. Be sure to maintain your account in case you get a new device in the future.
 

Print Subscribers(IOS)
Access to the iOS Tablet edition is included with your print subscription. Just download the free app from the App Store and follow these steps:

• Tap My Account at the bottom center of the screen.
• Log in with the same email address that you provided to Premier Guitar when you purchased your print subscription and the password ”premier”.
• You should now have access to all issues that align with your print subscription in the Premier Guitar app.

Print Subscribers(Google Play)
Access to the Google Play Tablet edition is included with your print subscription. Just download the free app from the App Store and follow these steps:


• Tap My Account at the side Navigation bar.
• Log in with the same email address that you provided to Premier Guitar when you purchased your print subscription and the password ”premier”.
• You should now have access to all issues that align with your print subscription in the Premier Guitar app.

Technical Support(IOS)

How to delete an issue:
• Select the gear on the right side, center of the app home screen.
• Tap Remove Issues and select which issues you wish to remove from your device
• Tap Remove after you’ve selected the issues


If the app keeps crashing:
• Restart the device
• If no change, be sure that you have enough storage available. If the device has no storage available many apps will cease to function. Follow the instructions above to delete unused issues.

Technical Support(Google Play) 

How to delete an issue:
• Tap Remove Issues (located in middle left of Issues screen) and select which issues you wish to remove from your device
• Tap the trash can after you’ve selected the issues

If the app keeps crashing:
• Restart the device 
• If no change, be sure that you have enough storage available. If the device has no storage available many apps will cease to function. Follow the instructions above to delete unused issues.


 

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