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In addition to reading The Economist in print, you can enjoy The Economist online and through various digital editions, including The Economist apps for iPhone, iPad, BlackBerry, Windows 8, Chrome and Android, The Economist on Kindle, Nook and Zinio and The Economist in audio.

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    The full print edition of The Economist is also available on Kindle in the US and UK. You can purchase single issues to read on your Kindle or subscribe.

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  • The Economist on Zinio

    Download The Economist to read on your PC, laptop or iPhone. An exact duplicate of the weekly print edition formatted in full colour.

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  • The Economist on Nook Color

    The Economist is also available on Nook Color in the US. You can purchase single issues to read on your Nook or subscribe.

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    The World in Figures iPhone app and iPad app (iPad app made free courtesy of Grant Thornton) offers intriguing facts and figures on more than 190 countries around the world. Rank and compare countries, test your knowledge of country-related trivia and share fun facts on Twitter and Facebook.

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  • The audio edition

    Download word-for-word recordings of all articles published in each weekly edition of The Economist.

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