Zinio

Zinio, the popular magazine reading application that gained enormous popularity on iOS, is now available on Android. With the app, which is only available for tablets running Honeycomb, users can browse and consume their favorite magazines.

Zinio offers an enormous library, where users can purchase entire subscriptions or single issues. Their collection includes but is not limited to:

  • Bloomberg BusinessWeek
  • The Economist
  • Maxim
  • Esquire
  • Men's Fitness
  • Macworld
  • PC World
  • PC Gamer
  • X-Box World
  • National Geographic
  • Consumer Reports

Users can also sync their library with their computer or other supported mobile devices. For all of those who have been waiting for Zinio, the wait is finally over. Find links to the Market after the break.

Source: Twitter

 

Reader comments

Zinio arrives for Android Honeycomb tablets

11 Comments

From Movies to Magazines! Honeycomb is getting ROLLING!.... Now all we need... GOOGLE... is a TAB in the Market for Honeycomb APPS!... They overlook the most basic details with the damn market

Worked great here. Looked at a few mags. Even bought a copy of PC Mag. No problems other that getting used to the interface on it just a bit. No FCs for me. I have been wanting a Zinio reader app for my Incredible for a year now though. Ugh.

I'd love something like this that lets me access magazines I already subscribe to without having to pay for them again...

I have Zinio installed on original iPad and find it very slow to respond. I am hoping running Zinio on my Acer Iconia A500 will be quicker. I will find out tonight when I download it.

I also agree that Honeycomb tablet apps should have a separate section in the Google Market.

Had used a version on a Galaxy Tab which went back the store. It required an internet connection when opening the program. Thus, didn't work in a plane.

Anyone know if this does the same thing? Will it work in airplane mode. I use Zinio a lot on my iPad and would love to switch to an Android tab, but really need Zinio to work first.