The National Catholic Review

You can now subscribe to America magazine via the Amazon Kindle. For $2.99/month you will receive the latest issue automatically downloaded to your device. You can also buy individual issues for $1.49.

A 14-day free trial is available for first-time users. Sign up here, or by searching for America Magazine in the Kindle store.

UPDATE: Since the Kindle subscription is administered by Amazon, the cost is separate from a print or Web subscription.

Questions? Email Tim Reidy at or post a question in the comments boxes below.



Ryan Otto | 2/13/2016 - 6:24am

Kindle after a few years of its origin has transformed the way the world reads books. The transformation has helped those who were earlier carrying loads of books with them when going out or traveling. In addition, assignment writer reviews that the Kindle is one of the finest creations of all time. No wonder it is, with so many reading options that enable the reader to get the feel of reading out of a regular book, it is the gadget that everyone should have.

6221277 | 12/5/2011 - 11:30am
Gerry: at the moment the Kindle edition does not include photos. We hope to add them in the future.

Jim: Right now Amazon does not allow for sharing of periodicals. If you share an Amazon account with a family member who also has a Kindle, though, you will both receive the subscription to America.

Gene: we have made our application to Barnes & Noble. Stay tuned.
Eugene Costa | 12/2/2011 - 3:49am
Will you be offering America for the Barnes and Noble Nook?
James Balma | 12/1/2011 - 6:40pm
My print edition arrives at totally unpredictable times. All my other periodicals arrive as expected. (hmm) Thus, the Kindle version is attractive. Will I be able to share my Kindle copy with other Kindle users as I currently do with my paper edition?
Gerald Black | 11/23/2011 - 12:36pm
This is great news!
Because of the continuing "tardy" arrival of America here in Canada, I was considering letting my print subscription lapse when it comes due in January - instead, I will certainly subscsribe to the Kindle edition at that time.
I will be interested to see how you handle the various photo / illustrations that usually appear in the print edition in the new Kindle edition.

GREGORY EVANS | 11/23/2011 - 12:16pm
Too bad it can't somehow be worked into the subscription price.  For those of us who provide added support to "America" this would be a nice "thank you."
Paul Dybala | 11/23/2011 - 10:36am
What about current web or print subscribers?  Is the Kindle version included or an extra charge?

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