Charter iPad App
March 2014 issue of Charter on iPad
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Download the app
Charter is now available to read on iPad. The digital magazine app includes all editorial content from the regular hard copy Charter - plus bonus iPad-only content. It's a new, convenient way for members to access Charter - and to share content via email or social media.
About the app
The Charter iPad app has a contemporary design that is easy to navigate and simple to use. It is being made available free of charge, to maximise exposure of the Chartered Accountants brand in the business community. This feeds directly into the Institute’s strategic aim to achieve increased influence and brand recognition.
The app is also being promoted to accounting students and candidates studying the Chartered Accountants Program, to encourage these individuals to engage with the Chartered Accountants brand early in their careers. This supports the Institute’s strategic aim to attract and retain the best talent for the Chartered Accounting profession.
Frequently asked questions.
Accessing the app
- Visit the App Store or Apple Newsstand and search ‘Charter’
- Look for the Charter magazine cover and click the ‘FREE’ button
- Then click ‘Install App’
- You may then be asked for your Apple password
- The app will then download
- Each month, you will be notified via your iPad when the latest edition becomes available.
The print version
Independent research (Beaton Consulting, November 2012) indicates that the print version of Charter magazine continues to be popular among members, so there are no plans to cease the print magazine. The same research suggested that half of Institute members own a tablet device with thousands more likely to purchase one within a year. So the Charter iPad app offers a convenient new way for members to read Charter whenever and wherever it suits them.
Article last updated 21 October 2013