Field & Stream Magazine and Zumobi Launch iPhone Application

Field & Stream magazine has announced the launch of the Field & Stream Online iPhone and iPod touch application on the Zumobi Network. The Field & Stream Online App, which will soon be available to Android users as well, brings content from the world’s leading outdoor magazine to the mobile platform. The app is sponsored by Ford Motor Company.

The Field & Stream app is available free at

“Our readers are passionate about their outdoor pursuits and we are passionate in our pursuit to get them the information they need,” said Eric Zinczenko, Vice President, Group Publisher of Field & Stream.

The Field & Stream Online App brings the latest news, tips and advice from the magazine to readers wherever they are, whenever they want. The interface allows users to easily navigate between categories, accessing feature stories, blogs, slideshows and videos on topics ranging from hunting and fishing to survival, gear and guns. Users can also share content through Facebook and Twitter.

The Field & Stream Online App is available for free as a part of The Zumobi Network, a premium mobile app network. The Zumobi Network offers a variety of mobile media applications to enjoy on next-generation smartphones.

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