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Hinge Inquirer magazines available in digital edition

By: - Deputy Director / @JVRufinoINQ
/ 05:39 AM August 15, 2011

DIGITAL versions of Hinge Inquirer magazines.

The titles of Hinge Inquirer, the magazine arm of the Inquirer Group, are now on the Inquirer Digital Edition, the group’s premium electronic newsstand for tablets, desktop PCs and smartphones.

Lifestyle magazines Cocoon and Look, regionally targeted magazines Northern Living, Southern Living and Urban Living, food titles Baking Press and F&B World, sports and fitness magazine MultiSport, travel magazine Turista, and the electronic game title Game! can be viewed exactly as they appear in print on the Apple iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and Android tablets and smartphones.

“We’re excited to have our magazine titles available on the Inquirer Group’s digital edition newsstand as tablets and mobile devices are a promising new market for magazines and other print titles,” said Poch Bermudez, president and publisher of Hinge Inquirer Publications, which recently won an award at the Asian Publishing Convention in Bangkok for its Targeted Multimedia Platform business model.

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The Hinge titles, except for Cocoon and Look, are free to all annual digital subscribers of the Philippine Daily Inquirer, Bandera or Cebu Daily News, as well as subscribers to the annual, all-titles plan.

Cocoon and Look are free to digital subscribers of the Philippine Daily Inquirer regardless of length of subscription.

Subscribers enjoy complete access to the full content of an Inquirer publication (only a selection of stories and content are posted online on the Inquirer Group website, Inquirer.net), the convenience of accessing their content seamlessly on multiple devices, and interactive features such as zoom, Twitter, Facebook and e-mail sharing.

Subscribers can also set up e-mail alerts whenever a given name, organization or topic is mentioned in any title on the Inquirer Digital Edition newsstand.

How to subscribe

To subscribe to a title on the digital edition, go to http://bit.ly/Inquirer-digital on your desktop or notebook computer, click “Sign-In” on the upper right corner and then click “Subscribe.”

Enter your contact information and then go to Step 2 and select a subscription plan. From there, proceed to Step 3 to pay with a credit card. Those without credit cards can call the Inquirer Customer Service hotline +632-8966000 for alternative payment options.

To subscribe on a mobile device or tablet, go to http://bit.ly/Inquirer-digital and click Menu and then Sign-In. Afterward, click “Register” under the heading “New user,” select a subscription plan, enter your personal details and then your credit card information.

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Apple iOS device users can download the free application at http://bit.ly/inq-digital-ios. After installing the app, click “Settings” and then “Authorize” to provide your login name and password. This will link the app to your subscription and you can then download issues to your tablet.

For Android users, the equivalent app is available at http://bit.ly/inq-digital-android.

Subscriptions start from $5.95 (about P253) a month. Single issue copies are available at $0.99 each. A free 14-issue trial plan is available.

In addition to the digital edition, the Philippine Daily Inquirer also has a Kindle edition at http://amzn.to/gPQkeV.

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