With the new extra-thin iPad sweeping the nation, it seems paper-made books will soon be obsolete. Well, if you can have instant access to any novel, you got to know there is an app that gives you easy access to any magazine of your liking! Girls, that means, with just the touch of a button, we can peruse the latest Elle, Cosmo, Harper’s Bazaar, Nylon, and, better yet, Arizona Foothills Magazine! The must-have app, with our mag recently included, is known as Zinio Magazine Newsstand & Reader, and is now the No. 1 free news app downloaded by iPad owners. AFM never looked so good!
With this new app., Arizonans can now flip through AFM‘s colorful pages on their iPad, iPhone, iPod or even computer. So you can get the latest on Valley news, happenings and stories at any time, while also being earth-friendly!
***Arizona Foothills Magazine we will continue to print hard copies and mail them to the most affluent homes in the Valley and luxury resorts. It can also be found on newsstands at Borders and Barnes & Noble.
Details on Zinio App:
This full-color mobile reading application for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch parallels with the iTunes Store except instead of downloading your favorite songs, now you can download or buy subscriptions to your favorite magazines!
The app, featuring thousands of issues available up-to-the-minute of release, has new titles added weekly and you can instantly read articles for free, or shop the world’s largest newsstand for art, entertainment, news, sports, technology, travel and more. The pages are displayed in super high-fidelity, plus there are enhanced editions of select titles with audio, video and interactive extras.
Don’t worry, you can zoom in and take a closer look, switch to enhanced tex-mode for easy reading and flip through your library of magazines and books wherever you are.
- Synchronize your Zinio library for your iPad, iPhone, Mac, Linux or PC
- Explore and share articles from featured magazines without a subscription
- Flick through magazines seamlessly, in full-screen, landscape and portrait modes
- Interact with enhanced interactive content for selected titles and explore new issues
- Buy single issues or subscribe to premier magazines from around the world
- Read full-color, high-fidelity pages, or switch to enhanced text mode
- Link seamlessly to the web from articles and advertisements
- Discover content with new navigation, and improved mosaic and TOC views
“The iPad has generated miles of speculation about how it will affect the publishing industry, including, most recently, an article from Wired which poses the supposition that Newsweek – recently put on the block by the Washington Post Co. – may be the perfect opportunity for some enterprising buyer to reinvent it as a tablet-only publication.”