Five Reasons I Love Next Issue
As a blogger (and okay, maybe as a girl), I read a lot of magazines.
As in, the amount of reading material you can find piled at any one time in various locations around my house is a little overwhelming. And maybe a little embarrassing. I keep telling the Tall Boy that I’m “saving” all of my old magazines because there are articles I plan to refer back to or use in some way…but then the stacks take over and I feel like I’m going to end up on an episode of Hoarders.
Enter: Next Issue.
Reason 1: Simplicity & Convenience
With Next Issue, I have access to current issues of more than 90 magazines, right at my fingertips. I can even get back issues with the swipe of a finger, which is great when I need to refer back to a recipe or a home organization project.
Reason 2: I’m Green!
No paper, no waste (and no more clutter!). The Tall Boy, aka The Recycling Nazi, is especially appreciative of anything green. We recycle almost all of our waste – and if we can go electronic – even better! So all of those stacks of magazines around my house? Well, I still have ’em…kind of:
Reason 3: I can create my own library!
One tap adds your picks to your personal library and new issues of your selected magazines automatically appear in your library. Tap any cover to open that magazine or browse the back issues. Plus, you can easily flip through pages for a cover-to-cover read or tap the screen to reveal a shortcut tool that lets you jump to a specific section or hop back to the table of contents.
Reason 4: It lightens my load
With summer days at the pool, vacation next week, and lots of upcoming weekend trips in the Fall, I don’t have to weigh down my bag with lots of reading material. Each month new issues of my favorites automatically appear on my iPad mini. All I have to do is tap to open and start reading!
Reason 5: Easy access to Ryan Gosling…need I say more?
The best thing about Next Issue is that you can try it for 30 days, absolutely free. And because I know you’ll love it, when your trial period is over, you’ll be able to choose from 2 memberships:
Unlimited Basic: $9.99/month (access to all 84 monthly titles including current and back issues, e.g., Cooking Light, Esquire, Real Simple, Vanity Fair, Wired, etc.)
Premium: $14.99/month (unlimited access to all monthly and weekly titles including current and back issues, e.g., The New Yorker, People, Time, etc.)
So…what do you think? I’m new to e-readers in general, but I’m loving Next Issue so far. If you’re already using it, I’d love to hear about your experience!
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.
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