UPDATE -- JUST ANNOUNCED! Digital issues of Black Belt are now available directly through iTunes for your iPad! Now you can read Black Belt through FIVE digital sources -- not just four, as previously reported!

Digital subscriptions to Black Belt are now available through FOUR FIVE sources! You can now buy single issues of Black Belt or set up subscriptions for your Amazon Kindle Fire, your Barnes & Noble NOOK, your Android phone/tablet through Google Play and your home computer (both Mac and PC as well as the iPad*) through the Zinio digital newsstand. JUST ANNOUNCED! Black Belt is now also available for the iPad through iTunes!


iPADNEW!


Subscription Price: $24.99/year or $2.99/issue until cancelled Single-Issue Price: $3.99 Available on These Devices: iPad (iOS 4.3 or later)

AMAZON KINDLE

Subscription Price: $24.99/year Single-Issue Price: current issue available for $2.99 Available on These Devices: Kindle Fire | Kindle for iPad (Version 2.9 or later) | Kindle for iPhone (Version 3.0 or later)

BARNES & NOBLE NOOK

Subscription Price: $1.99/month Single-Issue Price: current issue available for $2.99 Available on These Devices: NOOK HD / HD+ | NOOK | NOOK Color | NOOK Tablet | NOOK for iPad | NOOK for iPhone | NOOK for Android | NOOK for Android (Tablet) | NOOK Study | NOOK for PC | NOOK for Mac

ANDROID DEVICES THROUGH GOOGLE PLAY

Subscription Price: $24.99/year Single-Issue Price: $3.99 Available on These Devices: Google Chrome | Android phones | Android 7-inch tablets | Android 10-inch tablets

ZINIO DIGITAL NEWSSTAND

Subscription Price: $27 for 6 issues Single-Issue Price: $3.99 (back issues available starting with June 2012 issue at time of this posting) Available on These Devices: PC | Mac | Android | iPad (*via Zinio for iPad) — iPhone and iPod availability coming soon

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