You can subscribe to magazines or newspapers from the Kindle Store on Fire and Kindle devices, supported Kindle reading apps, and the Amazon website.
All subscriptions include at least a 14-day free trial period. You can cancel your subscription at any time during your trial and you will not be charged. If you don't cancel during the free trial period, your subscription will continue at the current price using your default 1-Click payment method. You can then cancel your paid subscription at any time. Only credit cards are eligible for payment of subscriptions.
Device availability and frequency of delivery are indicated on the product detail page before you subscribe to a magazine or newspaper. To automatically receive the latest issue of your subscription, your device must be connected to a wireless network.
Kindle magazines and newspapers are offered in either annual or monthly subscriptions. Annual subscriptions auto-renew at the end of the subscription period unless you cancel or change your auto-renewal preferences. Monthly subscriptions auto-renew every month until you cancel.
Go to Manage Newsstand Subscription Settings to learn more about managing auto-renewal settings, updating your payment method, cancelling or reactivating a subscription, downloading past issues and managing privacy settings for your magazine and newspaper subscriptions.
Past issues of your Kindle magazines and newspapers are stored and available to download again from the Cloud, even if you cancel your subscription. Due to the size and frequency of delivery for most subscriptions, only the most recent issues of the subscription appear in the Cloud on your device. However, all back issues can be delivered from your computer.
The 40 most recent issues of your magazine subscription and the 14 most recent issues of your newspaper subscription are available to download from the Cloud to your device or Kindle reading app.
The seven most recent issues of your magazine subscription and the 14 most recent issues of your newspaper subscription are available to download from the Cloud to your device or Kindle reading app.
The 12 most recent issues of your magazine subscription and the 14 most recent issues of your newspaper subscription are available to download from the Cloud to your device or Kindle reading app.
All past issues of your magazine or newspaper subscription are available to download from the Cloud to your device.
If you'd like to save more issues on your device, you can choose to keep them. Older issues of newspapers and magazines will be automatically removed from your device when new issues are downloaded, unless you select to save them. To keep issues on your device:
Magazines and newspapers come in a variety of formats in the Kindle Store. Many magazines and newspapers include video, audio, slideshows, and more. Some newspaper and magazine titles deliver content through an app.
In page view, magazines look just like the pages of the printed edition of the magazine and you can flip through in either portrait or landscape mode. Most magazines are available in page view on Fire tablets; Kindle for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch; and Kindle for Android.
For easier reading, you can switch to text view to navigate and read articles with the same reading experience as Kindle books. Most Kindle subscriptions are available in text view.
Subscribers to The New York Times, The New Yorker, and The Wall Street Journal gain access to additional subscription features, such as the ability to view the publisher's online archive. For more information about special access to these publications, go to:
You may be eligible to receive the Kindle edition of a magazine at no additional cost after you link your subscription to your Amazon account on your Fire tablet. Access to digital versions of your magazine subscription is determined by the publisher.
For additional questions about linking your Kindle subscription to an existing subscription, contact your magazine's publisher on the magazine's website.
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