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Australian Aviation iPad app launched

written by australianaviation.com.au | April 27, 2012

Australian Aviation is now available for the iPad.

Phantom Media is proud to announce that Australian Aviation is now being published for the Apple iPad.

The Australian Aviation app features all the in-depth stories, editorials and news items from the magazine in an easy-to-read and user-friendly format optimised for the iPad, augmented by video and extra pictorial content.

Each monthly issue of the magazine will be available through the app, with publication planned to coincide with the on-sale date of the print magazine.

Individual issues can be downloaded for A$5.49 each, while one-year subscriptions* are available for A$49.99.

Screen shots from the iPad app.

To download to your iPad, search for ‘Australian Aviation’ in the Apple App Store.


* We aim to provide free iPad app access for existing subscribers to the print magazine in the near future, but unfortunately at this time iPad app subscriptions currently cannot be linked to print magazine subscriptions. We will be working on that next now the app itself is out, but there is a degree of complexity in getting a number of different software systems to talk to each other to enable that.

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Comments (6)

  • NRA


    I downloaded the APP last night and the May magazine
    I have a 3rd gen iPad and the quality of the APP, text, pictures is truely amazing on the Retina screen
    I just hope the online version will be the same when it is up and running
    Good bye to paper magazines
    Well done AA

  • Brock


    Where’s the Android app?! Good work guys. I will be getting it as soon as an Android app is released!

  • Michael


    Congratulations guys. This made my day !

  • James


    How do you access your traditional subscription on the app? It keeps asking me to buy new subscriptions

    • australianaviation.com.au


      Hi James, at the moment you can’t link a print subscription to an iPad app subscriptions, but we are now working on that integration project so that print subscribers will get free iPad app access. Please stay tuned.

  • PeterL


    I think the first thing you should be doing is launching the app for Android Touchpads before anything else.

    With the number of Samsung, ASUS etc touchpads in the market you are missing a large market segment. Contrary to popular opinion the world does not revolve around the iPad.

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