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Reader’s Digest Arrives in the Apple’s App Store

Written on August 20, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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Reader's Digest, one of the best-selling magazines in the US, is now available in Apple's iPad.

One of the most popular general magazines is now available in the Apple’s App Store. Starting this September, all the Reader’s Digest issues can be accessed buy US print supporters through their iPad devices.

The subscription is indeed very easy. Readers would just have to enter their credentials and register for the digital subscription, which is available for $1.99/month or $14.99/year. Take note that non-print subscribers could also purchase the magazine at that price, or they could rather buy single issues, which retail for $1.99 a piece.

Earlier this year, the publisher rolls out a test version of its February issue for the iPad device. The said version is well-formatted and comes with some bonus games and polls too. Perhaps it is undeniable that this experimental issue has marked the beginning of a continuous publishing routine on the tablet. In fact, Reader’s Digest North America President – Dan Lagani – said that he is looking forward to releasing their magazines to the iPad through US and international subscriptions.

Meanwhile, according to a spokesperson, the Reader’s Digest is already available in other tablets — including Amazon’s the Kindle and BlackBerry Playbook.

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