Browse the Smithsonian Magazine App on Windows 8, Now Available for Download
If you are a fan of the Smithsonian Magazine, and you also have a Windows 8 device nearby, then what you need to do is go ahead and read some more details about the freshly released Smithsonian Magazine for Windows 8.
The Windows 8 compatible issue of the Smithsonian magazine is now available as a free download and it comes with every story, department, photo and more original content like on the physical magazine. The Smithsonian magazine app for Windows 8 is available as a free download, but you will only get a free sample, though, and you will have to subscribe for more, of course.
Browse the Smithsonian Magazine on your Windows 8 tablet
By using the app on your Windows 8 tablet, you will be able to explore a wide range of topics such as history, science, nature, culture, travel, archaeology and much, much more. So, waste no more time and go ahead and follow the link at the end to download it.
* Explore history and archaeology from the Sphinx to Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War.
* Catch up on the latest science from wildlife to evolution and the solar system.
* Travel to the best places from Petra to Prague. Stop at art museums and cultural treasures along the way!
The Smithsonian Institution has inspired generations through knowledge and discovery since 1846. It’s the world’s largest complex of museums and research facilities, and it focuses on four core areas: Unlocking the Mysteries of the Universe, Understanding and Sustaining a Biodiverse Planet, World Cultures and the American Experience.
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