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Jan
9

Apps Magazine goes digital-only on Android and iOS

Posted by Rob Zwetsloot

Get the best Android and iOS app reviews on your Android device, iPhone and iPad wherever you are!

Apps Magazine – the world’s leading apps reviews magazine – has gone digital, which means you can get those expert app reviews right where you need them most: directly on the tablet or smartphone you’re using your apps on.

Apps Magazine is available as a digital download for Android devices, iPhone and iPad and every month reviews over 300 of the hottest new apps and mobile games for Android and iOS.

You can download it now from both the Google Play Store and iTunes App Store, priced at just £2.99/$4.99 per issue.

Apps Magazine also features a section dedicated to the best free apps and freemium games. And the Top 200 Greatest Apps Ever section lists the best downloads in every app category, from Lifestyle and Entertainment to Gaming and Navigation.

Every issue of Apps also includes all the latest news about the best new app releases, has interviews with leading app developers and features amazing competitions where you have the chance to win everything from tablets to wireless speakers.

The first digital-only edition of Apps Magazine features reviews for over 300 apps, including the 25 Next-Generation Apps to upgrade your device for the new year, plus reviews of Tiny Death Star, Seene, Fantastical 2, Boson X and many more.

Available for just £2.99, you can download it now from both the Google Play Store and iTunes App Store. The magazine will also be available for Kindle Fire through Amazon and the Nook through Barnes and Noble. If you’re looking for a cross-platform option, it can also be purchased through the Zinio app. For more information on where to buy it, visit GreatDigitalMags.com.

You can also get the latest news and reviews through Apps Magazine’s official website and stay in touch by liking them on Facebook and following @knowyourapps on Twitter.

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