Apple’s App Store is a place for many magazines of varying topics. Whatever suits your fancy, be it technology, news, sports, design… there’s plenty of content to suit your preference.

While many of these magazines are paid content, you’ll be surprised to know that there are free magazines available – they’re just a little difficult to find. But lucky for you, we’ve spent some time digging through the App Store and found some of the best newsstand contents that you can download for free for your reading pleasure.

If you like what you’ve read and you’re craving for more full-featured content, do consider subscribing to these top-notch digital magazines.

Enjoy!

Sport

Sport

Sport is a free weekly sports magazine based in London, covering a wide variety that caters to the British audience. This magazine is one for football, cricket and/or rugby fans.

Snap

Snap

Made available to you by the same people behind the Hipstamatic app, Snap showcases the driving forces behind global creative culture. It’s basically a photography magazine that highlights the works of photographers and the stories behind them.

Walmart Gamecenter

Walmart Gamecenter

Walmart’s very own monthly gaming magazine promises to offer the latest news, previews, interviews, and other exclusive stories about the gaming industry and the hottest game releases. Walmart Gamecenter is published with collaboration with EGM Media, which also publishes one of the longest running gaming magazine, Electronic Gaming Monthly, so you know the content won’t disappoint.

Sporting News

Sporting News

Sporting News is a popular American sports magazine that recently went digital-only. It has a long history since it was founded in 1886. This digital magazine covers American sporting leagues so if you’re a fan of any of them, you should definitely give this one a try. Sporting News is especially known for its extensive baseball coverage, having been called “The Bible of Baseball”.

 

Vice

Vice

Better known for its idiosyncratic journalism, Vice covers some of the most dangerous and intriguing stories on Earth, offering their magazine and its archive for free. The magazine covers news, current events and culture, as well as a few topics that defy classification.

Aux

Aux

Aux is a magazine that covers music, and is made specifically for the digital format. It seeks to differentiate itself from other publications by adding in features that aren’t possible on printed format: picture showcases, links to music and videos, and the ability to share. Music fans should definitely have this in their magazine collection.

Cineworld Magazine

Cineworld Magazine

This UK-based cinema chain offers a monthly magazine that covers the latest movies to hit the big screen. This magazine comes packed with everything a movie buff needs, including movie showcases, trailers, interviews, and for UK residents, booking tickets with the magazine. Movie fans should definitely grab a copy of this magazine.

Metro

Metro

Metro is a free UK tabloid that offers its digital version for free as well. The paper contains a mix of topics, from news, lifestyle, and sports, among many others. It’s mostly filled with short articles – perfect for a quick read during commute or when trying to kill boredom.

Square Mile

Square Mile

This UK lifestyle and business magazine is mainly aimed at those working in the London’s financial industry. The magazine focuses on topics that will interest those who are into the finer things in life, as well as interesting goings-on in the city of London.

The Economist + Intelligent Life

The Economist + Intelligent Life

The Economist is one of the biggest and most influential magazines in the world, featuring the editor’s choice of articles (written and spoken) for free, and Intelligent Life, a culture magazine. For the former, you’ll need to pay a small fee for the full content, but the latter is completely free to download and enjoy for your reading pleasure.