Car and Driver, Cooking Light, ESPN, People, and Time. Ahh, I can visualize it now. The snow is coming down. The wind is howling and it’s bitterly cold. But, I am barely aware of the storm because I’m getting lost in a world of stories. Revealing interviews. Cooking tips. Investigative reports. Whatever my mood, wherever I am, there’s a digital magazine to match.
With the upcoming holidays, I was looking for a magazine service as a potential gift idea. I found one vendor that stood out above the rest--Next Issue.
When I first reviewed Next Issue, I was drawn to their interface. It’s just plain easy to use. If you are a car lover, you can click on the Automotive tab to see what magazines they offer. Interested in healthy recipes for the upcoming holiday season? Check out the Food and Cooking tab.
But what really hooked me on this product is their pricing plans. The Unlimited Basic Planoffer readers 135 monthly magazines–including back issues—for $9.99 a month. TheUnlimited Premium Plan includes 145 monthly and weekly magazines–including back issues—for $14.99 a month. Yikes! Now this is math that I can relate to! Also, if you have multiple readers in your family, each Next Issue subscription may be used on up to five devices simultaneously. This is an incredible value when comparing other digital magazine vendors who offer a pay-per-magazine model.
After you choose your plan, you can create an account and download the app. The Next Issue app is compatible with iPad and iPhone, Android tablets, Windows 8 PCs and tablets.
Still not convinced? You can try their product for free for 30 days or check out their video to learn more.
Consumer Reports, Cosmopolitan, Field and Stream, Men’s Fitness, and National Geographic. Whether you are looking for holiday gift ideas for yourself or a loved one, you can give the gift of unlimited magazines at an affordable price.
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