‘Orlando Attractions Magazine’ now available on Nook and all Nook apps, including Android

Owners of all Nook devices, as well as all the devices and computers that can run the Nook app (including Android phones) can now purchase and subscribe to the digital version of Orlando Attractions Magazine.

The magazine is available on these devices and apps:
NOOK Color
NOOK Tablet
NOOK for iPad
NOOK for iPhone
NOOK for Android
NOOK for Android (Tablet)
NOOK Study
NOOK for Mac

The Nook joins the Orlando Attractions Magazine app for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad (iOS), which has been very popular with many fans who prefer the digital version of the magazine.

The Nook version of the magazine is identical to the print magazine and most Nook versions allow zooming in on each page and viewing either in landscape with facing pages, or portrait viewing of a single page. The Nook versions also include Article View, which allows reading of the articles in a single block of text.

The Nook and iOS app versions of the magazine are a separate purchase from the print version. Subscribers can choose either version for the same price – $5.99 per issue or $19.99 per four issues. Barnes & Noble splits the subscription cost into monthly payments of $1.67 each ($20.04). Currently, only the Fall 2012 issue is available on Nook. All of the back issues are available through the iOS app.

To purchase the Nook version of the magazine, either search for it on your Nook device, or Click Here to purchase it through Barnes & Noble’s website.

Click Here to download the free Nook app for iOS, Android, Mac and PC.

Click Here to download the free iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad app.


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  1. This sounds like an excellent solution for UK based Android users, thank you!

    Are there plans to make the back issues available in the future?

  2. Will we see a version for the Kindle soon? I don’t know much about this as I am just starting out, so if there is one for the Kindle Fire HD already, where is it located? Thanks.