Tablet Access

iPad AppTo download the free JRB app:

iPad/iPhone users, search for “Jewish Review of Books” in the App Store.

Android/Kindle users, search for “Jewish Review of Books” in the Amazon or Google Play App Stores.

If you are reading this on your tablet/mobile device, you can download the app directly from the following links:

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/jewish-review-of-books/id623791525?mt=8

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/MAZ-Digital-Inc-Jewish-Review/dp/B00C7P1DIE/ref=cm_cr_pr_pb_t

Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.maz.jrb

Once the JRB app is installed on your device, open it, click on it, then click the “Subscriptions” button, and then click the “Current Subscribers“ button. 

You will be prompted to enter your account number (this can be found on your mailing label or in the email you received with your digital subscription), followed by your email and ZIP code. 

This will give you free access to the Jewish Review of Books app. Enjoy!

 

If you don’t have a tablet:

The app edition of the JRB is now available in a Web-based format and is free for all subscribers. Log in to the website and then go to the issue archive. Web-based app versions are available for all issues from Spring 2013, as well as for the JRB’s collection of e-books.

 

 

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