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Five New Titles!

Exact Editions are delighted to welcome five new titles to our webstore and the Apple Newsstand, all from Progressive Media Group: New StatesmanWorld of Fine WineSpear’sFX and Blueprint.

New-Titles

All apps incorporate the usual Exact Editions features such as in-depth text search, social media sharing and of course the ByPlace™technology.

Head over to the App Store now!

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Pagan Dawn Joins the App Store

Pagan Dawn Magazine makes its App Store début today. It can also be found in Exact Editions’ online shop.

Pagan Dawn is a quarterly magazine covering nature-based spirituality, esoteric arts, history and the environment. It features articles, reviews and research, ranging from cutting-edge academic thought to people profiles of activists and volunteers.

Pagan Dawn Magazine

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Rugby League Review Now Available on iPad & iPhone

This one’s brand new to the iOS App Store and to Exact Editions’ website, as of today. Rugby League Review brings you the latest rugby news from all around the world, all through the season.

Rugby League Review

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Music Week at Abbey Road Studios

Yesterday we launched our location-based app service, ByPlace™, at special venues across the globe.

Enabling free access to top-notch titles such as Dazed & Confused from the V & A and Le Monde diplomatique from the Eurostar, ByPlace™ is off to a flying start.

At Abbey Road Studios, Music Week‘s app for iOS is also available for free over the next 3 weeks. To mark the occasion, we teamed up with our dear friends at Music WeekKeep Reading

App Store, Meet Tsugi

Tsugi magazine is the latest amongst a host of French titles to make its début in the App Store through Exact Editions.

Launched in October 2007, with an ethos that we are living in a musical and cultural revolution, Tsugi allows its readers to discover new musical trends every month and gives them the tools to decode them.

Since music today is continually evolving, genres often overlap therefore creating new styles which sometimes cause a kind of confusion. Tsugi’s mission … Keep Reading

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