Being an Amazon Prime member just got even better! Earlier this week, Amazon announced their Prime Reading perk which offers a rotating selection of more than 1000 ebooks, kid’s books, magazines, and even comics that Prime members in the US can read through the Kindle app for free. Some of the selections include magazines like… Read More

Back in the summer of 2012, I reviewed the Next Issue magazine app for the iPad.  I had been waiting (not so) patiently for the iOS version since I wrote about the Android version of the app in the spring of that same year.  Next Issue gave you access to digital versions of dozens of… Read More

Next Issue, my favorite app for my iPad, is now available for Kindle HD and HDX.  Just download the free app from Amazon, and you’ll be able to access more than 125 magazines – current and back issues.   Of course, you’ll still need to subscribe to the Next Issue service, but where else can… Read More

We’ve told you about Next Issue a couple of times now.  I’ve been using it since it was made available for iOS devices, and it’s saved me a ton of money on the magazines my family reads monthly.  Next Issue has just announced that they now have an app for Windows 8 machines.  For only… Read More

Not familiar with Zinio? They are the original digital magazine provider and offer thousands of top magazines from around the world. You can purchase a monthly subscription or buy single issues instantly from your computer or mobile device to read wherever and whenever you like. Until January 7th, they are offering a 50% savings on… Read More

The Australian Google Play Store has just made magazines  available to Aussie Android Googlers.  Australia’s three biggest magazine publishers have already signed up to the service: Bauer Media’s newly-acquired ACP Magazines, Seven West Media’s Pacific Magazines and News Limited’s NewsLifeMedia.  ACP, the No 1 publisher, will initially sell digital editions of 17 of its titles… Read More

The Gadgeteer recently reviewed the iOS app for the Next Issue service.  As you’ll remember, Next Issue is a magazine reading app that gives you access to dozens of magazines for a low monthly fee.  At the time of the first review, there were about 39 or 40 total magazines that were available to Unlimited… Read More

I love magazines, but I don’t love the clutter of them laying around the house nor the waste of paper involved for a few moments entertainment.   I’ve wanted ebook versions of magazines since I first got my hands on my Sony PRS-500 ebook reader many years ago, but I wanted something that could display the… Read More

The Next Issue app for Android gives you unlimited access to all the magazines in their library, with new issues available each month.  All the magazines have enhanced content, like videos and interactive content, and all are managed by a single app, so the reading experience is the same for all titles.  The app is… Read More

There’s a new iPad-only app from Sports Illustrated that traces the history of American football.  The Football Book contains the complete contents of the coffee-table book by the same name.  You’ll read about “the dynasties and the dominating players, the crucial plays and classic games, the personalities and performances that propelled the NFL during SI’s… Read More

Martha Stewart Living magazine app is now available for iPad.  The app is free, and you can download a free special edition of the Martha Stewart Living magazine.  Monthly issues are available for in-app purchase for $3.99 an issue.  Right now, there is no subscription option.  I downloaded the free issue last night, and the… Read More

Recently, Dave Rees told us about reading magazines on the iPad using the Zinio app for iPad.  The Zinio app is sort of a librarian to manage your “e-magazine” subscriptions that you purchase through the Zinio service.  The People magazine app for iPad manages only the People magazine issues.  You can buy individual issues as… Read More

Several weeks ago Dave posted an article about reading magazines on the iPad. Now there is a special iPad magazine app for iPad owners about iPad related topics. Sideways is a monthly publication, but new music and game reviews, as well as free wallpapers, will be updated weekly. The app costs $3.99 and it’s not… Read More

Julie did an app review on Zinio’s digital magazine service a few years ago. At the time, I tried it for myself and read a few of their free samples/examples on my MacBook. It was an alright experience but was definitely not the same as flipping through an actual magazine. While the Touch/iPhone’s screen is… Read More

Yesterday I was stopped by a Barnes and Noble bookstore in Bloomington, IN and spent about an hour perusing their magazine racks for cool things that I thought you guys would like to know about. We all know that there are magazines about almost any topic you can think of, from sports, computers, news, hobbies… Read More