Androidâ„¢: My device meets the requirements for Next Issue but Google Play says my device is not supported. How do I get Next Issue for my tablet?

If your device meets the minimum requirements to run Next Issue but your device is identified as not being supported in Google Play, there may be specific technical reasons why your device was currently not listed.  For example, it has been found that some devices may in certain circumstances be more prone to presenting a "Please Wait" message or a "Force Close" message or other technical difficulties that may not provide an optimum user experience.

However, Next Issue is making the app available for side loading to provide users an opportunity to try Next Issue on their device.  It is important to note, that you may encounter some technical difficulties if your device was one that was not identified to be supported / compatible via Google Play.

The performance of the Next Issue app, on these models of Android tablet, may not be ideal.  If you are prompted to "Force Close" or "Wait" during use, please choose "Wait".  This will allow the device the required time to process all the requests and to launch the application and/or magazine.   To minimize these messages:
 - Download magazines fully before reading
 - Download / pin one magazine at a time
 - Do not perform other tasks in other Android apps in the background, such as video streaming or downloading data.

We apologize for the inconvenience and are working to improve the app on these devices.
In order to install the Next Issue application from this location onto your Android tablet, you will need to change one setting on your device to allow non-Google Play application installations.

Please perform the following steps:
 - Click the Settings button or go to: Android Applications Grid > Settings
 - On Android 3.1 and higher / Honeycomb tablets, choose "Applications"
 - On Android 4.0 / Ice Cream Sandwich and Android 4.1/4.2/ Jelly Bean tablets, choose "Apps" or "Security"
 - Check the box that enables "Unknown sources: Allow installation of non-Google Play apps". If you do not see "Unknown sources: Allow installation of non-Market apps", it has been disabled on your tablet, possibly by your carrier, and there is not a solution to this problem until the improved version of Next Issue is available in Google Play.
 - Exit Settings

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Note: If you are unable to download the Next Issue App using your web browser, you may have a 3rd party application intercepting downloads of .apk files.  If this is the case, there are two possible solutions:
 - Email the NextIssue.apk installer to yourself and open the email using a dedicated email application (not the web browser)
 - Uninstall the interfering 3rd party application at: Android Settings > Apps / Applications > Manage Applications > Uninstall

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