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NV-Digital for iPad

NV-Digital for iPad

       iOS iPad

Introducing NV-Digital, The Waynesboro News Virginian app for iPad™.

The free NV-Digital app allows you to read The Waynesboro News Virginian on your iPad just as it appears in print. You can flip through pages and skim headlines as you would with the printed newspaper. View articles, photos, games and comics with easy-to-use touch navigation.

The NV-Digital app is free, however a subscription is required to access content. For more information about NV-Digital, visit our website at www.WNV-Digital.com.


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Last changed:
Nov 29, 2011
Category:
News
Developer:
BH Media Group
Version:
2.0.1
Size:
5.4 MB

Current Version Average Rating:
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