Australian Macworld magazine app for iPad released

Macworld Australia Staff
22 December, 2010
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Following on from the massive success since launching our digital edition of Australian Macworld magazine, we’re pleased to announce that you can now get a dedicated AMW app for your iPad. Developed in conjunction with Zinio, the app gives you access to every issue of the magazine in a dedicated reader.

If you’ve already subscribed via Zinio, the good news is that your subscription is now available via the new app – you just have to log in like you would in the Zinio app.

If you haven’t tried the digital version yet, the app is free, and gives you access to some of our recent features so you can try before you buy. If you like what you see, purchasing an individual issue or subscribing is dead simple.

Grab Australian Macworld Magazine from the App Store. It’s free and requires an iPad running iOS 3.2 or later.


2 people were compelled to have their say. We encourage you to do the same..

  1. Craig Lindley says:

    While I like having access to AMW in digital format and access to all my copies on demand, I absolutely dislike the Zinio app and the way the content is distributed. If you compare Zinio to Wired magazine’s content delivery for example, then the AMW is a very poor comparison. So in summary, digital copy great, content great, content delivery – sub standard.

  2. Tom O'brien says:

    I have a existing subscription to Australian MacWorld with Zinio.

    I downloaded your App, then realised that it was downloading a duplicate of the issues I have purchased and downloaded via Zinio. Which means I had two versions of the same magazine loaded onto my iPad.

    I have since deleted the App as I don’t want duplicate copies taking up valuable space on my iPad.

    Are my observations correct? And if so do you plan somehow to have access to a common file downloaded via Zinio, rather than having a superfluous App creating unnecessary duplications of each edition of Aus MacWorld?

    Tom O’Brien

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