You can choose a digital subscription from our wide range of titles on the Exact Editions homepage.
Simply click on the cover of the title you'd like to view, and you will see all the available subscription options with pricing.
In most territories, you don't have to have a PayPal account to buy a digital subscription.
When you arrive at the PayPal page, just choose the 'Use your credit card' link and follow the steps.
In some territories, however, it is necessary to create an account with PayPal in order to use the site.
To check whether this applies to your territory, please follow this link.
If you can't remember you're password, or it's not being recognised:
To send a subscription as a gift:
Gift subscriptions can be ordered up to 60 days in advance.
You can also include a personalised message to the recipient of your gift.
When the gift is due, the recipient will recieve an email with a link to their new subscription.back to top ↑
Web and app subscribers have access to all available back issues from our archives, for the duration of the subscription.
The range of back issues varies from title to title - for example, Gramophone's archive extends all the way back to 1923!
You can see how far your title(s) back issues go on the description page before you buy.back to top ↑
Subscriptions with Exact Editions work more like Netflix or Spotify than print magazine subscriptions.
We offer unlimited access to our full range of issues for the limited period of the subscription, rather than permanent access to specific issues.
This means that subscribers can access the full archive of back issues, as well as any that come out during your subscription, but it won't be possible to download or sync any issues once the subscription's expired.
As soon as a new issue is published, Exact Editions send you an email to let you know.
If you prefer not to receive these notification emails, you can turn them off by going to 'preferences' and then unticking 'Tell me when new issues arrive'.
Print subscribers can also choose whether to recive notification emails when they first register for digital access. You can do this by ticking or leaving unticked the 'Send new issue' alert box.
Occasionally an email client will recognise a new issue notification as 'Spam'. If you haven't received a notification please check your 'Spam' or 'Junk Mail' folders.back to top ↑
We aren't able to accept payment by cheque or over the phone; we can only accept payments through PayPal.
A recurring subscription renews itself at the end of each subscription term.
For example, if you buy a 3 month recurring subscription, we'll automatically renew it at the end of each 3 month term.
If you'd like to cancel a recurring subscription:
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If you have a print subscription to one of the following titles, you will be able to register for free digital access to your magazine through both the Exact Editions website and the app on iTunes/Android/Kindle Fire.
Unfortunately, if your magazine isn't on this list, your magazine doesn't offer free digital access to print subscribers.back to top ↑
Most magazines with Exact Editions have their own app on iTunes, and many of them have an app for the Kindle Fire, too.
You can download the app onto your iPad/iPhone or Kindle Fire through Apple's Newsstand or the Amazon App Store.
To access the full range of issues on the app, you will need a Shared Access Code.
If you have recently changed your device, or if you own multiple devices, you can easily access an app you're already subscribed to.
N.B. Make sure you are using the same iTunes account that you originally used to subscribe to the app.back to top ↑
Syncing issues of your magazine is a useful tool, which allows you to:
How to sync an issue:
To unsync an issue, simply select it and press the star again. You will then see a message reading 'Issue will not sync for offline use.'
In order to renew or cancel the recurring nature of your subscription through iTunes:
See also Apple's own advice on managing the auto-renew.
In order to renew or cancel your app subscription on the Kindle Fire:
See the Amazon website for more advice on managing subscriptions.back to top ↑
To bookmark a page of your magazine within an app:
To share an interesting page via email, message, Twitter or Facebook, simply:
Make sure you are logged into the Twitter/Facebook account you'd like to use by selecting 'Settings' from the home screen, and checking your account details are correct.
To search within a single issue of the magazine, use the search box at the top right of your screen.
To search the entire archive of back issues, press on the 'Issues' tab at the top left of the screen, and use the search box at the top right of the drop-down box which appears.
To find an issue from the archive, simply select a century, then a decade, then a year, then a month's issue.
For example, if you select '1900s' and then '1930s', you can choose which year the issue you're looking for came out in:back to top ↑
If you'd like to change the email address you have registered with Exact Editions:
If you bought your Exact Editions subscription directly through the app on iTunes (via iPad/iPhone), you can change your billing information through your iTunes account.
Further information is available here.
If you bought your subscription through the Exact Editions website using PayPal, you can change your billing information by:
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Have a look in our institutional shop to see all the titles we offer.We also have a French shop which includes Le Monde diplomatique, and an Australian shop with the New Internationalist, Art Monthly and Green magazines.
If you'd like to buy a subscription for your institution, just send an email request over to us at email@example.com.
N.B. The prices listed are for site-wide access for one year.
Our subscriptions provide IP-authenticated access, which means any user can access the title from anywhere onsite, within the IP ranges registered with us.
Users just need to go to the relevant URL for their magazine.
If you're within the IP ranges you gave us, you can access the magazine without any need for a username/password.
For example, the URL for Resurgence & the Ecologist would be http://www.exacteditions.com/login/resurgence, whereas for Le Monde diplomatique (French) it would be http://www.exacteditions.com/login/diplomatiquefrench.
The administrator of the account can also log in here to view the status of the subscription or to check usage statistics.
Please note that the stats run from first use through to the end of the previous month.
If you're having trouble accessing the subscription you've bought for your institution, you've come to the right place!
You can iron out your access issues simply by checking:
You can check the URL you direct your users to by selecting your title from this menu:
To check or change the IP ranges you've registered with us:
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