Zinio brings 24 new e-magazines accessible to your Android tablet
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Digital publisher Zinio reportedly has introduced 24 new magazines to its portfolio on Android marketplace. The genres of these magazines are wide spread, with popular names like Rolling Stone, Road & Track, ESPN the Magazine, Harvard Business Review, Men's Fitness, and Robb Report, Popular Mechanics, Outside, Motor Trend, and Home Theater added to the kitty.
You can read sample pages before buying the issue, or subscribing for a whole period. There are other features like being able to read in full-color or text-only form, sync library between different devices and rich interactive media display. A complete list of the magazines available is as follow-
Business and News — Bloomberg BusinessWeek, The Economist, HBR
For Men — Maxim, Esquire, Car & Driver, Men’s Fitness, Outside
Fashion — Elle, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Nylon, Harper’s Bazaar, BlackBook
Home / Lifestyle — Saveur, O: The Oprah Magazine, Dwell, Wine Enthusiast
Tech — T3, Macworld, PC World, PC Gamer, X-Box World, Layers
Science — National Geographic, The Smithsonian, New Scientist, Science
International — Vogue France, Esquire UK, Hola Mexico, GQ Japan
New Arrivals — Harper's, Computer Arts, Business Traveler, Guitar Player, Edge, Consumer Reports
Zinio promises support for most Honeycomb tablets including the LG Optimus Pad (T-Mobile G-Slate), Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Motorola Xoom, Acer Iconia Tab a500 and ASUS Eee Pad TF101.
Zinio app is already available for the iPad, and now with reach to Android, the company sure is moving in the right direction.
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