Reading magazines and newspapers is an amazing experience the new iPadthanks to its retina display Newsstand is Apple’s built-in way or ogranize and manage all your issues and subscriptions, so your magazines and newspapers are where you want, when you want. They’ll even download over night so new editions are ready for you right when you wake up!
Note: Newsstand isn’t really an app, it’s a special folder on your Home screen, and magazines and newspapers are actually apps just like any other app or game. Newsstand just makes it easier to find them and keep them organized.
There are actually two ways to get magazines and newspapers onto your new iPad.
Tap the Newsstand app on your homescreen.
Regardless what method you use, you’ll still end up in the same place. Now we can browse for things we want to subscribe to and start filling up our shelves.
Once you’ve found something you’d like to subscribe to, you can check out the rates by scrolling down a bit. While most items are free to download, you’ll need to purchase a subscription as an in-app purchase. This publications also lets you purchase individual issues as well (we’ll cover that in a minute).
If you subscribed for a certain time duration, Newsstand should automatically download your new issues as soon as they’re available. You can also enable automatic downloads in order to sync your subscriptions across all your devices.
That’s it! You’ll now be able to read all of your subscriptions straight from your iPad or any other iOS device you own. Hit the links below for even more iPad tips and tricks.
After you connect wirelessly, you can buy books, magazines, and newspapers from the Kindle Store and download them directly to your device.
Make sure your Kindle is connected to a wireless network. If you are not sure if your Kindle is connected, go to Check the Status of Your Wireless Connection.
If your Kindle includes 3G, you are connected automatically. You can buy and download Kindle content using 3G, but you can download faster if you connect to a Wi-Fi network.
After you purchase a book, magazine, or newspaper, it automatically downloads to your Kindle. The content is also stored in your Kindle Library so you can download it to other Kindle devices or Kindle reading apps registered to the same account.
To subscribe to a periodical, tap Subscribe now.
Tip: Tap Try a Sample to download the beginning of the book for free.
Kindle content is automatically added to your Archived Items on your device to download again. To download a book, newspaper, or magazine to your Kindle, press the Menu button, and then select View Archived Items. With the 5-way controller, select the title you wish to download. Your book, magazine, or newspaper will appear on the Home screen.
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Although you can’t shop for Kindle content directly from the Kindle reading app, you can purchase content from the Kindle Store using the Safari browser and, during that process, deliver Kindle titles to the Kindle reading app on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch.
Your device must be connected to a wireless or data network in order to download Kindle content to your Kindle reading app.
After you purchase content, your titles are automatically made available for download within the Kindle app on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch.
Video: How to Buy Kindle Books on Your iPad
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