Father’s Day is almost upon us and if you haven’t considered your gift yet, you’re not alone. Panic not because with the Readly digital magazine app you can bag dad a last minute gift that keeps on giving way beyond Sunday 17th June.
Whether your dad is interested in tech, cars, news & reviews, sport or even celebrity & gossip, he can read his favourite title and experiment with many more with the Readly digital newsstand. Readly provides unlimited, “all-you-can-read” access to hundreds of national and international magazines in one app. With access to over 2,700 magazines and 72,000 issues available, there’s a magazine for every dad and every reading moment.
Recent data shows an 80% increase in digital magazine consumption with over 13 million magazines read in the last year.
The ten most read digital magazine titles for men according to 2017/2018 Readly data were:
7.What HiFi? Sound and Vision
8.Amateur Photographer magazine
9.Classic Car Weekly
Whenever your dad has a free moment, there’s a title for him via the Readly app on his smartphone, tablet or laptop. And if he wants to properly shut down without wi-fi, he can download up to 500 magazines and read them in the offline mode wherever he may be.
And because Readly gives users five profiles per household, if you’re lucky enough to still live with your dad, you too can benefit from the gift too!
The Readly gift card is the perfect gift for Father’s Day and has options to suit every gift budget:
1 month - £7.99
3 months - £23.97
6 months - £47.94
Readly is a digital newsstand service which gives customers unlimited, “all-you-can-read” access to hundreds of national and international magazines in one app for just £7.99 per month – both streamed and downloaded. Ultra-fast, easy-to-use and convenient – each subscriber can access the inventory on up to 5 devices across the major operating systems – the service has an increasing range of functions, including advanced zoom, bookmark, search and sharing tools.
Readly was launched in Sweden in March 2013 and now has offices in the UK, USA and Germany and a rapidly growing user base in more than 50 countries, making it the world’s leading digital platform for reading magazines online.