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Cardmaking & Papercraft
This version fixes a problem some users were having with their subscriptions through the App Store. If you previously bought a subscription in the App please tap ‘Restore Purchases’ to access all issues valid in your subscription. We are very sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused Subscribe and Save Subscribers to Cardmaking & Papercraft Magazine are currently able to experience the App edition for iPads via iTunes for free.
Cross Stitch Crazy
Cross Stitch Crazy Magazine is packed with inspiring charts from all the top cross stitch designers. From quick-to-stitch gifts to gorgeous cards, and pretty samplers to cute characters, there’s something to suit every taste and level of stitcher.
BBC Music Magazine
The world’s best-selling classical music magazine. Every single page of BBC Music Magazine is included in our brand new app. We’ve brought the great music we write about to life – you can now instantly sample and buy almost 200 recordings mentioned and recommended in every issue of BBC Music Magazine, thanks to our specially developed widget. Click on any album cover or on underlined text, and the widget will open up, allowing you to hear extracts from hundreds of recordings – without ever leaving the app.
Perfect Wedding Magazine
*** Get your first issue of Perfect Wedding free when you subscribe *** Perfect Wedding magazine can help any bride make ideas a reality. Start collecting ideas and inspiration today with every issue including: the hottest new trends, flowers and stylish wedding fashion and hair and A-list inspiration, real-life weddings full of new ideas and top tips, exclusive expert advice and planning essentials. Don't miss an issue of the UK's best monthly wedding magazine!
Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine
Trace your family's past and discover your roots with Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine. The official companion to the successful BBC TV series, Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine delves in to the celebrities’ pasts, features military and social history, recounts the stories of ordinary and extraordinary people and how they used to live. Packed with practical advice, from getting started to expert tips, we show you how to get the most out of online resources and build your own family tree.