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Download the Digital Version of Collectors Gazette NOW

Rob Burman
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Posted on 04 Feb 2013

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Great news for all you (relatively) tech savvy people - the digital version of the Collectors Gazette is now LIVE, which means you can read the world's only monthly newspaper dedicated to collecting on your Apple iPad, Amazon Kindle, smartphone or PC! Even better, the Collectors Gazette features lots of EXCLUSIVE digital content, such as videos, bigger pictures and links to more stories on the Collectors Club of Great Britain.

Here are some of the advantages to the digital edition:
  • Bigger, brighter photographs that you can expand and study more closely
  • Zoom in to increase the font size of articles to make reading even easier
  • Cheaper than our print edition, as we can pass the print and postage savings onto you
  • Immediately available on the on-sale date, wherever you are in the world!

It's easy to download the app, if you're on an iPad or iPhone just use this iTunes link, on a PC head over the Pocket Mags website and for Amazon Kindles simply search for 'Collectors Gazette'.

Even better we've produced a free sampler of the Collectors Gazette so you can see all of the great new features in the app. So what are you waiting for? Get downloading straight away and join the digital revolution!

Also, remember that you can get the latest collecting news delivered direct to your inbox every two weeks by signing up for our FREE e-newsletters.

3 comments so far...

12 Feb 2013 20:36
So the digital version can be downloaded to an iPad or an iPhone, or even to a (vomit) PC - but not to a Mac! That stinks. My Mac can't even open the download page. :-(
21 Feb 2013 16:48
Hi Dave, Rob from Collectors Gazette here. Ah, neglected to say it's available on Macs too. Not sure why it won't work on your Mac though - I'll look into it.
21 Feb 2013 19:04
Hi Rob, thanks for your reply.
Maybe it's because I'm still using OSX.4.11? I can open the download page momentarily, but then Safari clears the screen and throws up this message:
Safari can’t open “itmss://” because Mac OS X doesn’t recognize Internet addresses starting with “itmss:”.
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