British Chess Magazine is delighted to announce the launch of our first digital edition apps in a major move designed to make BCM immediately available to all chess players and enthusiasts literally around the globe by using the latest technology.
Working in association with digital magazine app developers MagazineCloner and using their technology, BCM is now available to be read on Apple (via the iTunes Newsstand) and Android apps and on various other digital platforms such as Amazon’s Kindle Fire, Google Play, BlackBerry, Windows 8 and online on digital magazine newsstand www.pocketmags.com.
A free Pocketmags account will enable readers to purchase and read subscriptions online using their PC, Mac as well as on the above handheld digital platforms.
Shaun Taulbut Chairman of British Chess Magazine said:
“BCM has been a great companion for our readers over decades, always to hand and neatly bound on your bookshelf. But we know that times are changing. We live in a digital and globalised world – so now we want to be in our readers’ pockets and on their screens as well. We hope our readers enjoy what we are doing. We are working on further new digital offerings and expect to announce these soon. So please watch this space!”
You can continue to receive BCM in the post as before or you can now download BCM anytime, anywhere via the various app stores on the platforms mentioned above using your handheld device.
British Chess Magazine has been part of Britain’s chess playing tradition for over 130 years, and we are privileged to have a distinguished editorial team and writers committed to those traditions and to today’s generations of chess players and enthusiasts.
BCM has a unique focus on the British chess scene, and collaborates with the English Chess Federation, while also covering major chess news and events on the international scene.
BCM appears every month, and each issue has in-depth and informative content about the chess world. We work hard to provide high quality games and analysis, reports on recent tournaments, articles and analysis about chess openings, interviews, independent book reviews, instructional articles and regular features on chess problems and endgame studies. Articles about famous players of today and from the past reveal the game’s greatest talents and rich history.
Find us at www.britishchessmagazine.co.uk