'America' on the Kindle

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 [email protected] or post a question in the comments boxes below.

 

Paul Dybala
5 years 8 months ago
What about current web or print subscribers?  Is the Kindle version included or an extra charge?
GREGORY EVANS
5 years 8 months ago
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."
Gerald Black
5 years 8 months ago
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.

James Balma
5 years 7 months ago
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?
Eugene Costa
5 years 7 months ago
Will you be offering America for the Barnes and Noble Nook?
5 years 7 months ago
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.

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