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7 reasons we love digital magazines

7 reasons we love digital magazines

Posted Wednesday, August 23, 2017   |   1160 views   |   Tech & Gaming   |   Comments (0) Devoted to digital or passionate about print? Whichever side of the fence you're on, at Pocketmags we think everyone should give digital magazines a go. Here's why we love 'em.

1. They're instantly available.
A digital magazine subscription means never waiting for the post to arrive. Whether you fancy a single issue or a longer subscription, as soon as the latest issue is released you'll find it waiting for you in your Pocketmags library. That way you can read your favourite magazine whenever you like. Which brings us on to...
2. They're accessible wherever you are. 
As long as your issue has been downloaded via 4G or WiFi (or you have access on the go), you can read your digital magazine subscription anytime, anywhere. Whether you love catching up on your phone via the Pocketmags app or saving issues up on your iPad to kill time on a flight, having a magazine in your pocket is a tremendous way to keep boredom at bay.

3. There’s a great range at Pocketmags.
Browse our bestsellers for a well-known name, or go to our many categories to find something new. Why not try your hand at something new with our Hobbies & Crafts digital magazine subscriptions?  Whether it’s painting and crafts or scale modelling and woodworking, there’s something new for everyone to read instantly at the click of a button.

4. They're easy to buy...
Whether you’re shopping on the app or online via your internet browser, buying a digital magazine or a digital magazine subscription is easy as pie. Simply add your favourite magazines to your cart and check out. As long as you’re connected to WiFi or 4G, you can access your buy right away! Simply log in and go to ‘My Library’, click read and you’re ready to go.

5. ...and it's easy to find old copies.
Unlike print magazine subscriptions, at Pocketmags you have access to hundreds of digital magazines back issues as well as the latest editions! Available to purchase alongside the newest weekly or monthy issue, our back issues are just as high-res and easy to read as the newest copies – with no crumpled pages, either.

6. They don’t weigh you down.

Digital magazines aren’t just eco-friendly (and therefore guilt-free) – they also don’t take over your coffee table. Easily accessible on your favourite device, whether you prefer to read via phone, laptop, kindle or tablet, they don’t weigh a thing; meaning you’ve got a library in your pocket wherever you go. 

7. You can zoom in!

Find yourself reaching for your specs whenever you grab the nearest mag or newspaper? There’s no need to do that with a digital magazine subscription from Pocketmags. Simply zoom in with the magnifying tool on your desktop or laptop, or pinch and zoom on the app on your tablet or phone. Easy reading even when you’ve misplaced your glasses? Where do we sign up?

Feeling inspired to try out a digital magazine subscription? Browse, buy and enjoy today with our great range of digital magazines from Pocketmags!

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The Worlds best-selling gadget magazine Stuff inspires and nurtures a passion for gadgets. We make them look amazing and explain in a fast, confident and unfalteringly entertaining way how they will enhance our readers’ lives. Stuff is a celebration of the new, the innovative, the shiny and the cool. It’s gadget joy.”

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