* Critical bug fixes
* New button to change the year to view your back issues in 2010
* Added language support for Greek, Dutch, Korean
Receive a free issue of Harvard Business Review when you download HBR Reads.
The HBR Reads app for the iPad allows you to subscribe for a full year* or purchase single issues of the new interactive version of Harvard Business Review. Get the latest and best ideas on leadership and business from inspiring thinkers around the world whenever and wherever you want.
In the new interactive Harvard Business Review, you get the full magazine, plus:
•Engaging video and audio interviews with leading experts
•Slideshows of HBR’s popular cartoons and the chance to enter the monthly caption contest
•Links to exclusive online content
•Easy keyword navigation to quickly find what you’re looking for in the current or past issues
•The ability to share articles with your colleagues
When you download HBR Reads and create your user account with Zinio, you will receive a free issue of Harvard Business Review. Tap on the issue cover in your Library to download.
Coming soon to HBR Reads
In future upgrades, HBR Reads will become your one-stop shop to purchase and download books, article collections, and more from Harvard Business Review.
Notes on using HBR on the iPad:
-You will need to create a Zinio account through this application or at www.zinio.com in order to purchase single issues or an annual subscription.
-Featured: Allows users to preview an article from current or back issues before buying
-Library: Stores all single-issue and subscription purchases
-Shop: Allows users to purchase single issues or an annual subscription
-Desktop: All iPad purchases are also available for viewing from your PC or Mac at http://www.zinio.com/my-library.jsp. Some interactive elements will not be accessible from your desktop.
-HBR digital and interactive editions are not included as part of a print or online subscription to HBR.org.
*Harvard Business Review publishes 12 times per year which includes double issues in January/February and July/August that count as two issues each.