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Get discounts on magazines with the Play Newsstand sale

Now's the time to check out digital magazines available on the Google Play Store. With a sale to celebrate the launch of a new app, it's hard to beat these prices.

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Not sure if reading a magazine on your phone or tablet works for you? Well, in honor of Google's Play Newsstand launch on Android, the search giant is offering more than 60 free or discounted magazines for you to try out.

Play Newsstand is actually a combination of Google Currents and Play Magazines. Having two separate app identities didn't make much sense, so it's nice to see Google wrap them together so quickly in comparison to its other services. That's right, I'm looking at you, Google Voice and Google Talk/Messenger/Hangouts.

Ready to check out the selection? The quickest way to scope out your choices is to visit this link.

However, if you forget to bookmark the link or want to look on your device later, you can access the sale one of two ways:

Via Play Newsstand

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Open the Newsstand app and then go to My Magazines. You should see a shop button -- tap it. Once the Play Store loads, just look for the title "Free & Discounted Issues."

Via Google Play Store

Screenshot by Nicole Cozma/CNET

Open Google Play on your Android device, then tap on Newsstand. Scroll down to find "Free & Discounted Issues" to browse the sale.

Do you frequently read magazines on your Android device? If yes, share something you think should be improved upon for digital versions of publications. If no, tell us why not in the comments below.