Tales-to-Go-1Now live in the iTunes store: Travelers’ Tales’ new digital subscription service!

Tales To Go, a mobile publication for iPhone and iPad, delivers four inspiring, transformative travel stories every month, with no ads, flash, or fluff. The app is a free download and so is the first issue, which features prizewinning stories by Colette O’Connor, Ken Matusow, Lavinia Spalding, and Peter Wortsman. Get the app and sample the first issue, free!

“We’ve long thought there should be a digital collection of travel stories that could fit in your pocket and go anywhere, and would update automatically,” says Larry Habegger, Executive Editor. “When we couldn’t find it, we created it.”

Tales To Go makes its debut in the App Store this week. Subscribe for $1.99/month or $19.99/year to have Tales To Go delivered to your iPhone or iPad. Individual issues will also be available for $2.99, and “we hope to bring Tales To Go to other mobile devices soon,” says Laurie Weed, Digital Producer.

“Tales To Go is designed for travelers and readers. We saw the mobile subscription model as the best way to deliver more of what the Travelers’ Tales audience wants, just the way they want it,” Habegger says.

You won’t find ads, pop-ups, advice about hotels and restaurants, sponsored content, or “list-icles”—just great stories about the world, written by people who’ve been there.

By the way, Tales To Go is a paying market for travel writers. More info on their website, talestogo.travelerstales.com.


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