News by Dan Seifert on Friday August 19, 2011.
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Starting with next months issue, Reader's Digest will be the latest print magazine to offer regular monthly editions for Apple's iPad tablet. Readers will be able to subscribe to the digital magazine for a full year, or purchase issues individually.
Reader's Digest is offering six months of the iPad version for free to those who have subscribed to the print edition of the magazine. After that, users will need to fork over $1.99 per issue, or $14.99 for a yearly subscription to continue reading the magazine on their iPads.
In the future, Reader's Digest would like to bring more of the magazines in its brand to the iPad. Users can access the iPad edition of the magazine in the iTunes App Store now. Reader's Digest is also available on the Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble NOOK and RIM BlackBerry Playbook. Ladies and gentlemen, your toilet reading is now completely digital. [via Mashable]
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