AQHA Launches New Apps
Download the free American Quarter Horse Journal and America's Horse apps for tablets and smart phones, and enjoy your magazines on the go.
January 16, 2014
The American Quarter Horse Association
Whether in the barn, at home or on the road, American Quarter Horse enthusiasts can access their favorite magazines, The American Quarter Horse Journal and America’s Horse, via the free AQHA Publications apps.
The free Journal and America’s Horse apps are iOS and Android compatible, so tablet and smart phone users can enjoy the magazines on the go. Users can download the free apps through their respective app stores, or visit www.aqha.com/journalapp and www.aqha.com/americashorseapp for instructions.
Through the free Journal app, new issues arrive faster than the print editions, and handy alerts tell users when a new issue is available or when content has been updated. Plus the Journal is viewable on numerous devices, including iOS and Android. What's even better, subscribers can access their Journal library everywhere they go, and users have the opportunity to purchase single digital issues.
Current Journal subscribers can log in to the Journal app to access the digital Journal, or new customers can purchase a subscription or single issue from the app stores.
America’s Horse App
The free America’s Horse app delivers the latest issue faster than the print edition; is viewable on numerous devices, including iOS and Android; plus is portable and convenient. Members will also enjoy bonus material.
AQHA members have exclusive access to the content in the America’s Horse app. To access the America’s Horse app’s content, users must log in with their current member ID number and PIN. Access to the America’s Horse app is one of the many great AQHA member benefits. Renew your AQHA membership or learn more about your member benefits at www.aqha.com/membership.
Aside from award-winning content, the free Journal and America’s Horse apps allow users to interact with Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, free e-newsletters, Quarter Horse Outfitters and archived editions.
AQHA News and information is a service of the American Quarter Horse Association. For more news and information, follow @AQHAnews on Twitter, watch the AQHA Newscast and visit www.aqha.com/news.