What are the best entertainment magazine apps?

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    Texture gives you unlimited access to more than 200 top magazines, including People, Time, GQ, Glamour, The New Yorker, Bon Appétit, National Geographic or Men's Health. You can create your library, read them online or download the issues.


    Android, iOS


    Timothy Oliver
    Written on January 3, 2018
    "The app called Texture is a great app if you may be looking for access to some of the top magazines available today. It has over 200 of the top magazines to choose from across all kinds of subject matter. I found the app very easy to use and it has some really great features included in its interface like being able to download the issues you select aside from just being able to read them online. If you want access to a whole host of magazines, then the app ‘Texture’ fits just the bill! "
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    Zinio is the largest newsstand in the world. It gets you access to read over 6.000 magazines about news, politics, technology, art, style and travel. Create your library, discover interesting content and connect it with Facebook to share what you read.


    Android, iOS


    Jason Edwards
    Written on January 4, 2018
    "If you're looking for a digital newsstand with one of the largest and most diverse selection of magazines then download the Zinio Magazine app. You can create libraries of interesting content from thousands of magazines."
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    Flipboard is a reader that allows users to draw from blogs and publications in order to create their own personal magazine. You can also connect to social networks to see what your friends are posting. It's available on Android and iOS devices.


    Android, iOS


    Olivia Perkins
    Written on December 31, 2017
    "I'd actually find this really useful. If you could pick multiple publications and topics and have them all in one place it would make it so much easier for me as a procrastinator/ADHD haver to keep up on goals and feel productive and in the know. The only thing I'd be worried about is that it doesn't have enough articles, it would only pull "meaningless fluff" articles that I enjoy but only like every once in a while and it wouldn't be able to have enough capacity to keep up on ALL of the topics I like. I also don't like the whole # movement, I don't see that being a positive part of the application. "


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