Practical Fishkeeping Digital Edition

Britain's biggest selling and best fishkeeping magazine is now available to download on the iPad and iPhone.

Practical CFishkeeping on the ipad

The world’s foremost magazine for people who keep, or aspire to keep, fish – whether in tanks, or ponds is now available for iPad.

Bringing Practical Fishkeeping magazine to life, the digital edition combines expert tips and advice with inspirational fish and equipment reviews.


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Frequently asked questions:

What is the iPad and iPhone version of PFK?
It is an easy-to-use, replica version of Practical Fishkeeping with a degree of extra video and audio content each issue.

How much will it cost?
A single issue will be £3.99. We’ll also be offering three subscription packages – three issues for £9.99, six issues for £18.99 and 12 issues for £34.99. You’ll be able to purchase the magazine using any one of these pricing points in Newsstand.

Read more FAQ’s here


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"I'd really like a digital edition, but I don't have an ipad and don't plan on getting one..... you guys have really missed the boat on this one. You should have a digital like TFH or Amazonas.

Dennis Ball"

Posted by: ballpc
Date: Saturday July 27th, 2013, 3:55 pm

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