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A Zinio special edition for reading digital magazines from your local library.
Zinio, the world's largest newsstand, brings you 'Zinio for Libraries', a special edition for reading digital magazines from your local library*....
Access online magazines on your iPhone.
Introducing Zinio, a better way than ever to explore, read and shop for the worlds best magazines on your iPad. Zinio now has more magazines than...
A digital version of each issue of the magazine with expanded multimedia capabilities. Mens Fitness gives guys everything they need to get results...
Receive a free issue of Harvard Business Review when you download HBR Reads.The HBR Reads app for the iPad allows you to subscribe for a full year*...
Free Content- Receive a complimentary issue of the previous months National Geographic Traveler magazine on the iPad, available in the app Library...
If your library allows it, you can enjoy endless magazines on your phone, tablet, or PC -- all at no charge.
That's good for 18 single issues of your choice or six "mini-subscriptions."
The digital newsstand's new pricing scheme offers one advantage over traditional subscriptions, but the math may not work in your favor.
Magzter now offers the same "Netflix for magazines" model as Next Issue. But which service delivers a better reading experience, and which is the better deal?
Like to read? Digital newsstand Zinio's offering up five free magazine subscriptions from its tech and science section. Dem's a lot of words.
Reading newspapers and magazines on your new iPad just got a whole lot prettier.
Previously for iPad only, this "Netflix for magazines" service shrinks to pocket size. But is that a good thing?
Getting a new iPad? Before you sell the outdated one, consider these options for repurposing it. Turns out you can teach an old tablet new tricks.
A price hike on the Mini? And it doesn't even have a fingerprint sensor? Say hello to one crushed cheapskate.
This subscription to AnyTime, which would normally cost you $30, lets you read current and back issues of many popular titles.