What is Readly and how it can save you money on magazines each month.

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When I first logged into Readly I was offered the chance to select my favourite categories of magazines, allowing the app to curate a range of titles that I was interested in right off the bat, while also being served up a slew of alternative title options via the homepage and ‘popular categories’ section. Leading me to discover some new publications I probably would never have chanced picking up off the shelf and opening my wallet for.

All the local titles that are usually part of my ongoing magazine diet are readily available on Readly, including ELLE Australia, The Australian Women’s Weekly, Harper’s Bazaar and Frankie, the publication that’s like a balm to my soul.

Thanks to my Readly app, I can still read the cultural criticism and in-depth profiles found in Vanity Fair, flip through the dreamlike digital pages of Vogue, catch up on trends from Cosmopolitan and…

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