Monday, June 20, 2011

Warbirdz Magazine March 2011 Now Available for iPad

prMac (Press Release): Warbirdz Magazine March 2011 Now Available for iPad
Canberra, AU Jun 06, 2011 in Books

[] Canberra, Australia - A brand new magazine is now available on iPad for the Warbird lover. Via the new Warbirdz bookshelf readers with an interest in military and warbird aviation can now access a brand new magazine designed specifically for them. With a broad range of information and fantastic photographs this magazine will definitely be interesting.

The term Warbird is used to describe vintage military aircraft. Although the term originally implied piston-driven aircraft from the World War II era, it is now often extended to include all military aircraft, including jet-powered aircraft, that are no longer in military service. has supplied a place on the internet for those who enjoy military aircraft and warbirds to gather since 2002 where they can show off their images and chat about warbirds and military aircraft.

The idea for our Warbirdz magazine was born from that forum. There are many magazines out there that focus on specific aviation interests, but Warbirdz Magazine brings together information about current military aircraft and the older warbirds in a beautifully put together collection of news, information, and great pictures for under $5 an edition that has now been made available on the iPad via the new Warbirdz Bookshelf available in the Apple Store.

Device Requirements:
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 3.2 or later
* 3.2 MB

Pricing and Availability:
Warbirdz 1.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Books category. Once the bookshelf is installed, Magazines are then available via the In App Purchase option or Paypal. Additionally, readers have an option to sign up via the bookself and if they sign in new magazines will appear in their bookshelf as they are released, allowing them to purchase the edition if they choose.

1 comment:

ipad magazines said...

Its cool magazines. Is there any app available for reading Warbirdz magazine on Desktop, MAC or a laptop?