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How to read AARP Magazine and Bulletin on my iPad

Is the AARP Publications app for the iPad no longer viable? I haven't been able to read AARP Magazine or Bulletin on either my iPad Pro (12.9-inch) on my older iPad (2nd model).

 

Without the AARP Publications app, how does one read AARP Magazines or Bulletins on electronic devices?

 

Thanks,

 

David

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Thank you! I never knew they was available on the web...had only viewed them through the AARP Publications iPad application and was looking for an updated app.

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David, I don't know why they aren't working for you but for me and on my iPad they both work fine.

Try these links, they're the ones I used and I opened them with Google Chrome and Safari browsers both. The links follow -

 

AARP Magazine - https://www.aarp.org/magazine/

 

AARP Bulletin - https://www.aarp.org/bulletin/

 

Maybe these will help your problem?



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This only gets you a selection of articles, not the entire content let alone the content of past issues. That's not good enough.

 

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Thanks for the comment...that was my observation as well. But I guess the original AARP Publications iPad app has been discontinued? It was a pretty slick app, I really appreciated the use and application of technology...made it really fun and enjoyable to read.

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Thank you! I never knew they was available on the web...had only viewed them through the AARP Publications iPad application and was looking for an updated app.

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