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New app available from Garden Center

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The magazine has a new-and-improved app -- check it out today.

| February 7, 2013

The newest version of our iPad and iPhone app is now available in the App Store.

In 2011, we brought you all of our great content right to your phone and tablet, and with our January issue, we’re taking it a step further.

The new app has more interactive features, photos and sounds than before, and is custom-built by our team of in-house designers. It’s a true native app, which means you get all of our content right on your tablet or phone.

You may be thinking, “I already have the Garden Center app, so why should I download it again?"

That may be true, and we appreciate your download. But as of the end of January, the old app, which no longer works, has been replaced with this new-and-improved app. So go to the App Store today and download the new version. It just takes a few minutes, and you’ll be glad you did.
 

 

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