Consumer Reports adds iPad, phone apps

12/2/2011 |

Consumer Reports is moving aggressively into mobile in a bid to reach younger readers. The magazine has added an iPad application that consumers can buy separately or have included with a print subscription, as well as seven new smartphone apps. The costliest new phone app, at $4.99 a year, lets users scan product bar codes to access Consumer Reports reviews.

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