The app's new SmartFlow feature for iPads brings magazine-like viewing to your favorite newspaper's content. It's awesome.
Reading newspapers and magazines on your new iPad just got a whole lot prettier.
Electronic newspapers are great! They consume no trees, require no gas-guzzling trucks, and leave no ink on your fingers.
Not quite, but it does offer a more traditional reading experience, along with a massive selection of worldwide newspapers.
Is it just a glorified e-reader? A laptop replacement? Or do you use it to suck down media content like there's no tomorrow? Vote in our poll!
That's good for 18 single issues of your choice or six "mini-subscriptions."
If you have an iPad, Android tablet, or Windows 8 device, you can try awesome magazine-subscription service Next Issue free of charge for three months.
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While it's relatively affordable, the Kobo Vox is a truly unexceptional Android tablet, with nothing to recommend it over the identically priced Kindle Fire.
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