Hadn't heard of it. It must be a subscription thing, and I haven't subscribed to any magazines or newspapers from Amazon.
But, it should be as simple as doing it on the Amazon.com site, just like a book. Your trial subscription issue should show up in the Kindle app on the Cloud page, under the All Items and Newsstand tabs.
Be sure to read all the small print, in case it's one of those setups where you get charged if you don't cancel after a certain time limit.
So, instead of paying for and downloading the whole book, you download the free sample by clicking on the link and having it delivered to your reading device. If you like the sample, you go back and buy the book.
Hope this helps.
Why dont I see the sample ?
Last edited by vish26; 07-09-2012 at 06:53 AM.
Strange. Did you try searching for and looking at the same book I'm showing, just to be sure?
Also, make sure you've registered the Kindle app on the iPad. It may not show the option if it does not know there is an ebook reader to send it to.
Last edited by twerppoet; 07-09-2012 at 07:11 AM.
Oh, sorry - but I don't believe magazines have a sample button. If you look at your picture, it does say, in the middle, that you can try the Times for a 30-day trial period (free).
Sorry for the confusion. My advice was only for ebooks, as twerppoet had already mentioned magazines and such didn't usually have a free sample - only trial periods.
So, you'll have to subscribe to this magazine/paper and try it. If you don't like it, you'll have to make sure to cancel the subscription BEFORE the trial period is up.