SirClive wrote:Not sure what to make of this. When the iPad is out I reckon it is a great idea and I would be tempted. But reading on the iPhone I can't quite grasp and I am unlikely to shell out the £1.19 to test it out. But then again, I may do if others say it is good.
Are the out of print back issues available too?
SirClive wrote:Only problem I have I suppose is that I am more likely to read them on a mobile device, but I want a physical copy too. Certainly can't afford an extra £3 a month on top of my subscription, so how about a reduced rate for people who have a dual subscription? I would be happy to pay an extra £1 a month to get physical and digital.
Greyfox wrote:yes..I mentioned this before in the Ipad Thread about doing the issues Of Retro Gamer Magazine for download, looks like they took the advice (I should get a discount lol hahah fat chance!) and I think other popular Magazines should to do the same, the only problem I have is the Price.. £2.99 = €3.44 euro, than magazine is only €7.80 over here, which is a saving of €4.40 which isn't bad I suppose, but are the new issues gonna be a separate app download every-time? or will the app itself be intelligent enough to add the new or older issues? to the first installed app from the get-go?
and the search doesn't work too well either, that needs addressing..as the pages are BMP images rather than text based PDF documents so the search engine is no use..as it can't search by page, also it wouldn't be a bad Idea to have the contents page have a direct jump linker to feature linked to each article, rather than finger pushing to that chosen page or article..but a great little break through for you triple the coverage of the magazine.. a pat on the back from who came up with this one....
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