Editor’s Pick | Inflight Reader App

By Rejuvenate Staff, September 15, 2014

If you’re anything like us, you love to load up on new magazines before a long flight—it might be the only free time you have to go offline and really enjoy a good story. But magazines are heavy and take up precious space in your carry-on. The Inflight Reader app is the answer to periodical pressures. Download the free app from iTunes or the Android app store, and anytime you’re in an airport, activate a 24-hour Inflight Reader session by signing in to your account. You can choose from a wide range of magazine titles you want to read, free of charge.

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