Introducing the latest New Internationalist App
Oxford, UK, 23 October 2014... New Internationalist Publications Ltd is delighted to announce the launch of its latest magazine app for iOS devices. The new app is available in the iTunes App Store for iPad and iPhone.
Designed by the New Internationalist Australia team to be optimized for mobile reading, the New Internationalist App now includes great new features to read, navigate and share articles.
Guest Pass + Sharing
We love sharing, so we've made it really easy to share magazines and articles with your friends, even if they’re not New Internationalist subscribers. Guest passes are automatically created when you share an article on Facebook, Twitter or Email, so even if your friends aren’t subscribers, they can read the article you share with them online.
Categories + Themes
Select articles by theme, topic or category. Browse by themes such as country and topics such as sustainability or human rights and see all articles tagged with that theme.
Search the complete archive, even when you’re offline. Type the words or parts of words you'd like to search, and articles appear as you type to match your search terms.
Our previous app featured issues from October 2012 onwards, this has been extended by four years to October 2008. That's an extra forty issues of award-winning journalism at your fingertips.
To celebrate the launch, New Internationalist is offering a month's free access to the in-app magazine content.
Once a user has downloaded the app, he or she can choose to purchase a 12-month subscription, a 3-month subscription or access to a single issue via the app. Existing print subscribers can activate their digital subscription to get the in-app content at no extra charge.
The app is available now in the iTunes App Store. Visit newint.org/about/app and newint.org/digital for more information.
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