ENDURO on your smartphone – have you tried it yet?

Maybe you’ve already discovered it for yourself but since launching the last issue of ENDURO, we also started publishing an additional, smartphone specific version of the magazine. Wide-screen support, larger font sizes and smaller downloads take the interactive reading experience to the next level, now making ENDURO the perfect boredom killer on the go. In addition to our regular publications, the app now also includes selected highlights from our website.

In short: now is the perfect time to (re)visit our app – maybe you’ve only tried it on your tablet or you’ve only read the articles on our website. The app is available for iOS and Android. Click here to get to the app.

You haven’t heard about our magazine app yet? The free, digital magazine is the heart of our work and undoubtedly the best way to experience our content. Besides the unique design and interactive features, you can also save and read the magazine issues offline. You get early-bird access to our content before it’s published on our website and you’re also free to delve into our complete archive of back issues. We’re confident that if you like our website, you will love the app.

For further information about the ENDURO app, click here. The app itself is available in the respective app stores:
iOS AppStore (iPhone, iPad)
Google Play Store (Android Smartphones & Tablets)
Amazon Appstore (Kindle Fire Tablets)

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Words & Photos: Aaron Steinke

About the author

Aaron Steinke

Aaron was our first employee and actively helped make our company what it is today, significantly shaping the look and direction of our various magazines. Aaron has been pursuing his own projects since mid-2020 but he continues to advise and support us on issues of marketing and technology. For many years, you would usually have found Aaron at casual enduro races, but increasingly you'll find him riding his road bike – long live freedom on two wheels!