Netflix for magazines. Magzter’s Gold subscription lets you read thousands of local and international magazines, including past issues, on iOS or Android devices. It has offline reading, bookmarking and parental controls.
Bundled gifts composed of four magazines and snacks. You can choose to send sweet or savory food, as well as the kind of magazine to send. It’s a shame you can’t add booze to the bundle.
Richard Branson’s new digital magazine for the iPad seamlessly integrates video, motion graphics, audio and text for a truly modern magazine experience. We just love the cover of issue one.
Popular Mechanics crosses over to the digital side and succeeds. Their interactive magazine for the iPad is off to a stellar start – as of this writing, it’s rated 4.5 stars overall from 103 ratings.
If you liked Sports Illustrated’s tablet magazine concept, you’ll be happy to know that Wired, our favorite geeky magazine, also plans to go tablet; note that this is an Adobe AIR app.
Take a sneak peek inside the subscription-only, quarterly World of Warcraft Official Magazine; it’s more a book than a magazine, with no ads–just 148 pages of articles and pictures.
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