Boys’ Life and Scouting magazines have announced the debut of their official mobile apps. Both apps can now be downloaded directly to your mobile device to make the world of Scouting available at your fingertips. The release of these apps comes at the perfect time because Tuesday, March 1, 2016, marked the 105th anniversary of Boys’ Life.
Boys’ Life has been delivering fascinating and fun content to readers on ink and paper for decades, but new technology brings a new level of content. Readers will still get all the content they love — Scouts in Action, jokes, cartoons and super Scouting outings — plus access to new multimedia content such as videos, slideshows and easy social media sharing.
Downloading the app is as easy as typing “Boys’ Life magazine” into the search box of any app store, including Apple, Google Play and Amazon Kindle. Readers can also sport the new version of the classic publication on their wrist — Boys’ Life is available for Apple Watch too.
Both apps are free to download and once you open either app, you can elect to purchase an annual subscription for either magazine.
Current subscribers to the print version of Boys’ Life will receive the digital subscription for free. To access the app, all you’ll need to do is input your account number, which can be located on your magazine’s address label. Those who are not subscribed can buy a digital subscription though the app, or they can subscribe at the half-price “Scout rate” using special promo code FBTW0216 on the Boys’ Life website.
Find the Scouting magazine app on any app store simply by searching “Scouting magazine USA” or try “BSA” (the UK Scout Association has already published its Scouting magazine). Subscriptions to the digital Scouting — which includes the entire 103-year Scouting archive — are available via in-app purchase for just $4.99 a year.
Decades of Scouting Literature at Your Fingertips
Digital subscribers of Boys’ Life can buy almost any single copy dating to the very first issue, published March 1, 1911. Scouting magazine subscribers will have direct access to all of that publication’s content from 1913 to today. This means with the apps, you’ve got every issue of each magazine ever produced, right in your pocket.
Boys’ Life and Scouting magazines publish quality information and entertainment for a wide variety of audiences, and you don’t have to be a registered Scouter to subscribe.
The release of the apps makes anywhere, anytime, any place an opportunity to read your favorite Scouting publications.