So you have your own tablet (hopefully iPad-sized) already. You know what’s the next common thing you use it for aside from watching videos? Read magazines! With the huge display, you can read magazines fine without having to zoom in or zoom out.
Imagine bringing 100s of magazines (or comics) with you while waiting at the airport or doing a No. 2 in the bathroom all in one portable device. Tia does the latter one while reading Cosmo or US Weekly or other mags for the ladies on her iPad. She would always ask me to download the latest edition of her magazines and update her bookshelf.
If you’re wondering where you can get your free magazines (or comics), here are the top 4 magazine sites I refer to:
This site has a lot of selections. Lots of categories from travel to food and photography. It even has a filter per country so you can download popular local magazines. The magazines found here are properly scanned and there’s even a preview of the pages inside a magazine. Some of the premium magazines here require you to have a membership to download.
Note: The site has some Not Safe For Work (NSFW) images although you can filter it by choosing Adult Off from the dropdown on the upper right.
A fairly new site but packs a lot of magazines and comics as well. The site looks nice and easy on the eye with a well-designed layout. Just like Storemags, most or if not all PDFs and CBRs are stored in Oron.
What I like with eBookee is that there’s not a lot of pages which makes it really quick to load. When you select a title then you will be prompted with the scan of the cover and the download links. There are also some e-Books that can be found on this site.
A no-nonsense magazine download site in blog format. Not as many collection as popular sites out there but this one’s updated and they also have a listing of all magazine titles that they have.
This looks like your usual DDL site but concentrates only on magazines. Pretty much like Magazines Download but with more content.
The magazines are not stored in these sites per se. What they they have are direct links to the magazines from file sharing sites such as filesonic, hotfile, megaupload, oron, etc.
Happy downloading. Did I miss a critical site?