Raw Food Magazine Goes Digital

Raw Food Magazine Goes Digital

Almost everything can be bought via a smartphone today: clothes, food, wine, and even magazines! The best part of downloading magazines is that right after payment, you can immediately download it for reading. No need to stand up and walk to a newsstand. You don’t even have to worry about where to store it since it’s neatly tucked away in your device’s memory when you’re done reading.

Smartphones are evolving rapidly as people begin to rely on them more and more. In fact, smartphones have developed so much that they have now become all-in-one tools that can practically help the average consumer with anything they need to do. Gaming Realms, the operating arm of the entertainment hub Spin Genie, stated in a post that mobile Internet has become “one of the most powerful trends in the Internet landscape,” thus consumers should expect more mobile apps in the future which cater for even the most niche of markets. And with the amount of innovative food-related apps already available, there seems no bounds to what developers will come up with in the future to help foodies, nutritionists, chefs or even casual shoppers carry out their daily routine.

If you’re into raw food, perhaps you’ve heard about this aptly named magazine called Raw Food Magazine. It’s one of the first digital magazines to ever hit the digital magazine market, providing vital information on raw living and diet. With each issue, users will be able to learn about delicious raw recipes, watch un-cooking videos of top raw chefs, see exclusive interviews with nutritionists, and check out the latest in medicine and nutrition.


One of the best things about the magazine is that even if you’re just starting out incorporating raw food into your diet, you will be able to find a good amount of information in it. That’s because Raw Food Magazine’s vision has always been to inspire, educate, and motivate people so beginners can easily understand most of the articles on the app. Downloading the app is free, but users need to pay $5.99 per single issue. Of course, there’s a discount for people who’d buy the magazine for the entire year. Two issues of Raw Food Magazine come out every month.

Here’s a direct link to the app’s iTunes page.

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