'America' is on the Kindle

In case you missed last week's announcement, America can now be purchased via the Kindle. Sign up here for $2.99/month or try it out for 14 days for free.

Several of our loyal readers have asked whether a Kindle subscription might be included with a subscription to the magazine. Unfortunately, at this point Amazon does not offer periodicals the option of linking subscription accounts. We have asked them to consider giving Kindle subscribers access to the Web edition of America. If you'd like to offer your own feedback, you can email kindle-feedback@amazon.com.

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In the meantime, we are working on a mobile friendly version of the Web site that will be available to all subscribers. And for those Nook subscribers, we haven't forgotten about you. To receive updates on our efforts to get on the Nook email me at webeditor@americamagazine.org.

Tim Reidy

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