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News Feed Item Introduces the First Complete Guide to iPad Magazine and Newspaper Subscriptions including Top 10 iPad Subscription Apps

Users Can Now Easily Find Their Favorite iPad Apps to Popular Magazines and Newspapers

AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --, a leading website that provides consumers with the best deals on magazine subscriptions, national and local newspapers, and other online subscription services, is announcing the addition of a new comprehensive iPad Magazine and Newspaper Subscription Apps section. Consumers now have a single online destination to browse and find iPad subscriptions and apps. Users can search through a complete list of magazine and newspaper apps, including the leading paid and free iPad app subscriptions.

"Being an iPad user myself, I found it really frustrating to always come up empty handed when I looked for a site that had all the information I needed on iPad subscriptions and apps," said Steve Schaffer, Publisher of "Users can now visit, where they can find all of the top iPad subscriptions and apps and then can easily download them directly from iTunes."

Many iPad news apps or downloads are free of charge, while others require a paid subscription or come at an extra cost alongside the print edition. On, consumers can sort through the top 10 iPad subscription apps by category or type, including top paid or free apps, and click through directly to the iTunes store to download their selection.

Top iPad Subscription lists on include:

  • Top 10 Magazine Subscription AppsWe've identified the best of the best with our Top 10 iPad magazine subscription downloads, and users can choose from magazines like Better Homes and Gardens, People, National Geographic, and more.
  • Top 10 Magazine Subscription Apps for Women: Download any of the Top 10 iPad magazine subscriptions for women and always have the most current issue of such titles as Cosmopolitan, Woman's Day, Self Magazine and more great magazines that are easy to take on-the-go.
  • Top 10 Magazine Subscription Apps for Men: Don't miss the latest stories and articles from popular men's magazines including Sports Illustrated, Men's Health, Newsweek, Maxim, and others.
  • Top 10 Newspaper AppsStay up to date on current affairs by downloading newspaper iPad apps. Users can download both local and national editions and find subscriptions for The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, USA Today, and other popular newspapers.
  • Top 10 Free Magazine & Newspaper Subscription Apps: There are tons of free iPad magazine and newspaper subscription apps users can download, even if they aren't a print subscriber. These include Reader's Digest, Martha Stewart Living, The Detroit Free Press, and other top magazine and newspaper titles.
  • Top 100 Magazine & Newspaper Subscription Apps: With this launch, is compiling the top 100 iPad app subscriptions for magazines and newspapers.

For more information about all of the categories and types of iPad subscriptions and apps, visit:

About saves consumers money by allowing them to compare and find the best prices on over 90 services, more than 40 software subscriptions, over 3,000 magazines, more than 200 newspapers and over a dozen newsletters. Consumers can also now find over 65 iPad Magazine Subscriptions and over 85 iPad Newspaper Subscriptions. is created and published by Vertive, LLC, an award-winning performance marketing company located in Austin, Texas.


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