ToyNews now available on iPad

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ToyNews is now available as part of Apple's Newsstand service, offering free access to an enhanced digital edition of the magazine every month, sponsored by InnoTab.

Simply click here to download the ToyNews iPad app. Once it's installed, you will be notified each time a new issue of ToyNews magazine is available for download.

As well as offering access to a wealth of video content, the ToyNews iPad app also includes outbound linkage throughout each issue, caters for searching every edition, includes a comprehensive contents and navigation tools, and provides a number of social sharing options.

"We are totally committed to publishing on iPad, which offers extended reach and value to our advertisers and an enhanced reader experience. With video, hotlinks and so much more, we are leading the way in the sector and increasing our circulation," said publisher Stuart Dinsey.

"It's about choice. Readers can connect with us via print, online, iPad, email, social media and events. This keeps us central and essential to the market we serve."

And don't forget, every month ToyNews magazine is also available online as a downloadable PDF or viewable in-browser, sponsored by InnoTab.

The iPad edition also serves as the perfect complement to the existing InnoTab-sponsored ToyNews iPhone news app, which presents our 24/7 online news coverage published on ToyNews-Online.biz.

It's all part of our mission to make ToyNews content available across as many channels as possible, creating convenience for readers and extra value for advertisers.

To find out how ToyNews can support your business year-round across its online, email, mobile, app and social channels, contact Emily Briggs on +44 (0)1992 535 647.

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