If you’re trying to keep your spirits up and stay informed while distancing yourself from the fake news – we’ve got you covered!
Covid-19 is keeping many of us indoors. Our shopping trips have become brief, normal activities have been halted – many have been wondering if they’ll still get their copy of their favourite Move! magazine – and how will we find things to do while indoors?
Subscribe online with no fuss for your much needed “me-time” and helpful updates to keep you and your family informed.
Access everything you need with a click of a button and these easy steps!
Download the app
Create an account
Zinio: Once the site is open or your download is complete, click on the icon in the top right-hand corner to create a new account. Enter your email details and a password or click on the Facebook logo to use your Facebook login.
Magzter: The process is similar, but you have the option of creating an account using your Twitter credentials, with a few more functions.
Click, click, pay
Search for Move! Magazine – you can choose the latest issue as well as previous issues for entertainment for days!
You’ll see two price options: one for the issue and another for a one-year subscription for 52 issues. (Depending on your needs – subscribing online is cheaper and you don’t have to leave home to get it all!)
Then simply enter your credit or debit card details to pay for your magazine via a safe online process.
Sit back – read and relax
Once your payment has gone through, the magazine(s) you’ve bought will be shown in your library.
Click on “My Library” on Zinio. Look at the top of the screen on your laptop or at the bottom on your device.
If you subscribed to Move!, the app will automatically update your library with a new issue as soon as it is published. If you’re checking on a browser, it will appear, and you must download it.
On Magzter the library is called “My Collections” and it works the same way.
All you need is an internet connection to read, or you can download your magazine to be read offline.
Running out of space? You can archive your titles to create more space.
In Magzter, this function is called “Remove” instead of archive. This won’t remove the magazines from your library, as archived/removed titles can simply be downloaded again.