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Digital Sun Runner Now Available Worldwide for Tablets & Smart Phones!

03/27/2013 12:42PM ● Published by Steve

The Sun Runner is now available for tablets and smart phones on Magzter!

The Sun Runner Magazine will now be available to enjoy on iPads, iPhones, Androids, and other tablets and smart phones starting with our 2013 Desert Treasures Issue.   The Sun Runner is available internationally for single issue downloads and subscriptions through Magzter, the Digital Magazine Store.

The Desert Treasures Issue features our Mojave Desert Route 66 road trip with "Mr. Route 66" Jim Conkle, a remembrance of Huell Howser, bobcat trapping, Dollar Store invasion, and more, and is available for digital download for only 99 cents (an annual subscription is introductorily priced at $3.99).

Thanks to our partnership with Magzter, our digital issues are now going to be marketed internationally directly alongside other publications such as Maxim, Poets & Writers, Kiplinger's, Home & Decor, Business Today, Men's Health, Frontier Travel, Lonely Planet, Conde Nast Traveller, and more.

 The digital editions will also be interactive, featuring easy links to advertiser websites, as well as to resources for readers, videos, and music, bringing an additional level of enjoyment to our readers. Magzter provides the apps so The Sun Runner can be enjoyed on iOS, Android, Amazon, Windows 8, Samsung, and Huawei products, as well as online on the Internet.

Another feature is the ability to gift someone with a copy of the magazine. Enjoy a story? Gift friends and family with a copy of that issue.

Learn more here:

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