The alert on my calendar indicates that it’s time to make a decision about Next Issue. Three weeks ago I signed up for the free trial of the Next Issue app and since I entered my credit card information at the time, I set an alert to make sure I cancelled before being charged. Now, three weeks later, I’ve decided to keep this app. I’ve read more magazines in three weeks than I’ve read in three years.
The Basic Plan includes unlimited access to over 70 titles including one year of back issues for each title. Better yet, the print content is enhanced with digital features which make for a better reading experience.
I knew I’d read Real Simple, HGTV, and Southern Living, but I’ve also enjoyed Fitness and Health. What I’ve found most surprising is how much I’ve enjoyed reading Fortune, Money, and Inc.
Occasionally, I pick up a magazine while waiting in the checkout line at Publix, but they don’t offer the selection; and I can’t remember the last time I drove to the bookstore to purchase a magazine.
The best surprise so far has been Inc. It’s a magazine I’d never read but have thoroughly enjoyed…reading three back issues. So the verdict’s in. I’m going to keep this app. The $9.99 monthly payment is less than the cost of any two magazines purchased at the newsstand, and I’m able to share it with my family since the subscription can be loaded on five devices.
This one earns a thumbs up!