Introducing the Premier Guitar iPhone and iPod Touch App

Read complete issues, reviews and news, plus our gear videos on your iPhone or iPod Touch completely free!

Marion, IA (March 2, 2010) – Premier Guitar is proud to announce the debut of our new application for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The Premier Guitar app extends our commitment to providing the most complete gear coverage—and at no cost to you. The Premier Guitar iPhone app is the first step toward our goal of making Premier Guitar accessible on all mobile devices.

Premier Guitar’s new mobile application for iPhone and iPod Touch allows you to read and download full issues, keep up on the latest gear news, and watch our video gear demos, reviews and factory tours in the palm of your hand.

Magazine Issues
With the PG app, you can also read complete magazine issues. Available archives date back to the October 2009 issue. Every new Premier Guitar issue will be available on the app, giving you an ever-expanding library. Because we know different people like to read differently, you can flip through the pages, or choose an article and read it in a plain text format.

You can also interact with magazine articles in four ways: search through all issues, bookmark your favorites for later, share articles with your friends, and comment and discuss with other app users.

As a bonus for iPod Touch users, airline travelers and many others, you can also download each issue to your phone and access the articles when you’re not connected to the Internet.

News, Reviews and Videos
In addition to the magazine issues, Premier Guitar’s industry-leading web content also extends to the application. You can access all of the latest news articles, gear reviews, and gear videos from the palm of your hand.

Premier Guitar’s new iPhone app is available for free in the Apple App Store. Just search “Premier Guitar” or go to
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