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Pacific 2015 issue of ADBR available for free download on iPad and iPhone

written by australianaviation.com.au | October 8, 2015

iPad appThe September-October issue of Australian Aviation sister magazine Australian Defence Business Review has been published as a free download on the iPad and iPhone to coincide with the Pacific 2015 International Maritime Exposition.

The Australian Defence Business Review iPad and iPhone app not only complements the print edition of Australian Defence Business Review, but enhances upon it, featuring unique content and a design optimised for Apple’s famous tablet computer and smartphone.

The Australian Defence Business Review app was launched at Pacific 2015 on Tuesday morning, and is available as a free download from Apple’s app store (search for ‘ADBR’).

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6 Comments

  • Lloyd

    says:

    What about the other 88% in Australia that don’t use Apple products?

  • PeterL

    says:

    I agree Lloyd.

    AA there are more Android devices in use than Apple! So the Android users miss out on this free issue!

  • Myles Dobinson

    says:

    Me to as I use Android as well.

  • I am using Windows Surface 2. not a Apple ??????

  • Dogma

    says:

    Just another reason to upgrade to the superior personal technology company!!

  • Raymond

    says:

    Yes, there are a lot more devices sold with Android OS than iOS.

    It’s time for more proportionate representation of the Android OS.

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Pacific 2015 issue of ADBR available for free download on iPad and iPhone

written by australianaviation.com.au | October 8, 2015

iPad appThe September-October issue of Australian Aviation sister magazine Australian Defence Business Review has been published as a free download on the iPad and iPhone to coincide with the Pacific 2015 International Maritime Exposition.

The Australian Defence Business Review iPad and iPhone app not only complements the print edition of Australian Defence Business Review, but enhances upon it, featuring unique content and a design optimised for Apple’s famous tablet computer and smartphone.

The Australian Defence Business Review app was launched at Pacific 2015 on Tuesday morning, and is available as a free download from Apple’s app store (search for ‘ADBR’).

Advertisement
Advertisement

ADBR-on-iPhone-crop1

Steer your own in-flight experience – available on print and digital Whether our classic glossy magazine in your letterbox, daily news updates in your inbox, peeling back a few layers in the podcast or our monthly current affair reports, you can count on us to keep you up to date. Sign up today for just $99.95 for more exclusive offers here. Subscribe now at australianaviation.com.au.

6 Comments

  • Lloyd

    says:

    What about the other 88% in Australia that don’t use Apple products?

  • PeterL

    says:

    I agree Lloyd.

    AA there are more Android devices in use than Apple! So the Android users miss out on this free issue!

  • Myles Dobinson

    says:

    Me to as I use Android as well.

  • I am using Windows Surface 2. not a Apple ??????

  • Dogma

    says:

    Just another reason to upgrade to the superior personal technology company!!

  • Raymond

    says:

    Yes, there are a lot more devices sold with Android OS than iOS.

    It’s time for more proportionate representation of the Android OS.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

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