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Popular Science, one of the iPad's most popular apps with nearly seven million readers, has come to the UK.
Popular Science, which the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs extoled as the "king of the hill" of magazine apps, is available in the UK App Store today.
It has the same award-winning interactive design and in-depth content but because it is aimed at the British reader, it uses UK currency and metric units throughout, as well as new UK-only articles.
Every month, the app will include breaking science and technology news, as well as in-depth articles and multimedia content covering everything from gadgets to global warming.
Issue one of Popular Science UK is free to download and keep, and includes:
To celebrate the launch, Popular Science UK is offering 44% off the cost of a 12-issue subscription.
You can also buy a subscription direct from the Apple iTunes Store, and save 30%, with a 12-issue deal costing £24.99.
Once Popular Science UK launches, the US edition will no longer be available from the UK App Store. If you have a subscription that you can no longer access, please click here.
Popular Science UK is published by Computeractive's parent company Incisive Media.
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