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Rogers Next Issue for iOS Gets iPhone 6 Support, Adds New Magazines

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The Rogers Next Issue iOS app has been updated to version 4.0.3, which adds a new features to save pages to Evernote, adds screen support for the new iPhone 6 models, plus includes new magazines Smithsonian, Maxim, Forbes and Weight Watchers.

Rogers next issue

What’s New in Version 4.0.3
We’ve made it easier to share and improved the reading experience on iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Oh, and we’ve added MORE new magazines. Here’s the scoop:

Save Pages to Evernote:
– Just tap the share icon on any article to save a page to Evernote, your camera roll, print, or email a friend.

iPhone Improvements:
– Zoom now takes advantage of the full screen on those new and shiny iPhone 6 devices.
– Coming soon: Full screen pages for The New Yorker and Vanity Fair on iPhone 5, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Recently Added Magazines:
– Smithsonian, Maxim, Forbes, Weight Watchers … More coming soon!

As you can see below, the Next Issue app looks to have ‘borrowed’ Cover Flow looking interface to browse issues of magazines:

Next issue

Rogers Next Issue requires a subscription starting at $9.99 per month to get unlimited access to over 130 magazines and a premium plan at $14.99 per month for access to 141 magazines.

Click here to download the Next Issue iOS app. How are you liking your Next Issue subscription?

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  • aaloo

    I was going to download and evaluate the 30 day trial membership, but so many reviewers are complaining about pixelated non optimized magazines. It’s like really low quality pdfs scanned in supposedly. Not interactive newsstand style magazines.

  • MleB1

    Ten bucks a month (plus the cost of the data to download / stream) for virtual (reportedly in some cases, poorly rendered) magazines seems awfully expensive to me.

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