LONDON 18th June 2013
One of the most well respected ceramics magazines around is now available on the web as well as on iOS, Kindle Fire and Android mobile devices. Ceramic Review has partnered with Exact Editions to provide a digital edition, enabling them to tap in to the lucrative Apple Newsstand market.
The magazine first published in 1970, will now be available on iOS, Android and Kindle Fire, as well as the on the web. For a price of less than £30 per year, subscribers through the Exact Editions webstore receive access to a year of back issues as well as the latest issue as and when it is released, across a range of platforms.
The Ceramic Review app features the latest Exact Editions design, with a clean new look, that expertly shows off the content of the magazine. The app, which is free to download from the App store, allows anyone to search the archive of issues regardless of owning a subscription or not. Subscribers can also share and bookmark their favourite gallery reviews, feature pieces, and technique tips from within the magazine.
Daryl Rayner, Managing Director of Exact Editions said: " We are delighted to be working with Ceramic Review to provide this magazine on a variety of digital platforms. A title such as this looks fantastic on the iPad, while the search feature helps to make the magazine an even more valuable resource"
Bonnie Kemske , Editor of Ceramic Review said: " At Ceramic Review we are incredibly excited to offer a digital edition of the magazine. Ceramicists from all over the world can read Ceramic Review with ease."
You can purchase a digital subscription to Ceramic Review here: Ceramic Review
You can download the Ceramic Review app from iTunes here: Ceramic Reveiw app