This app is a monthly subscription (as low as 9.99 per month) that allows you access to over 100 popular magazines all in one place.
If one of your 2014 goals is to reduce your paper clutter, this app is definitely for you. I love reading magazines, but I always feel like I need to keep them and I never know where to put them when I haven’t finished reading one. With Next Issue Canada, they stay on my iPad and I always know where to find them (because I have two special places that I put my iPad so I never lose it!).
The app is very easy to navigate:
Right away after signing up (for a 30 day free trial) and downloading the app, I subscribed to my favourite magazines:
I quickly scanned through the contents of each of my favourite magazines and here were the articles that I found very interesting (amongst many):
Today’s Parent – January 2014
“Guilty as Charged” – Is using tablets, smartphones and technology considered to be lazy parenting or teaching children the with the tools of the future?
I love Today’s Parent magazine as I find there are relevant articles from pregnancy all the way up through school aged children. There is always useful information shared and some great ideas as well in each issue.
Real Simple – February 2014
“Walk This Way” – A step-by-step guide to the simplest fitness plan ever, getting out of the house and walking.
Chatelaine 2014 – February 2014
“Not So Guilty Pleasures” – Some traditional comfort foods get a healthy makeover from Faux-Fried Chicken to Buttermilk Cornbread Waffles.
I love Chatelaine! I have for years. My favourite part of this magazine are their recipes.
This post was sponsored by Next Issue. All opinions are my own.”