Appy news! Saga Magazine app available for download

You can now read your Saga Magazine on a huge range of mobile devices - from the new Kindle Fire to an iPad or android device

Saga Magazine appThere are two ways to do this. One is to go to either Apple Newsstand to put your magazine on an iPad or iPhone or Google Play to put your magazine on an Android mobile, or tablet. Simply, search for Saga Magazine, download the app, then follow the instructions to choose which subscription offer is best for you.

A single issue is £1.99 or for an annual subscription pay just £11.99 – less than £1 an issue!

You can also find Saga Magazine through pocketmags.com – a slightly different digital newsstand where you can also buy single issues and subscriptions to Saga Magazine at the same prices.

Pocketmags enables you to access your digital magazine(s) on a wider range of platforms and devices including PC and Mac computers, iPad, iPhone, Kindle Fire, Blackberry PlayBook, Facebook, Android, Google Nexus 7 and the new Microsoft Surface. (Phew!)

Simply search for the PocketMags App and follow the instructions. For more information please visit www.pocketmags.com

Saga Magazine is also available on Readly where you can get unlimited free magazines for two weeks with their free 14 day free trial offer.

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