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Avoid the newsstand and view full page Florida Weekly editions for free on your iPad!

- Fort Myers
- Palm Beach Gardens
- Port Charlotte / Punta Gorda
- Naples
- Bonita Springs
- West Palm Beach
- Key West

Navigate through each page in full size and and find what's happening in and around your neighborhood.

What's New

Version 1.9.6

Updated editions

Ratings and Reviews

Not Ready for Prime Time


At first glance (after waiting several second for it to download the latest issue), it seems to be smaller version of the tabloid-sized paper edition. It has a cool feature that allows you to tap an article you are reading and share it via Facebook, Twitter, or e-mail; this feature, however, seems to interfere with the usual gestures you might use for zooming in, such as pinching or double-tapping. If they can solve this navigation issue, they might have a winner on their hands, because I think the ability to easily share content on social media would go a long way toward popularizing the publication.

I love the idea, but hate the current product


I can't read it. I zoom in and the text is blurry. All it is, is a PDF of the news paper. It's on the iPad at a minimum you can operate like the Internet where when u click on a cover story that continues on page three...TAKE ME TO PAGE THREE! You didn't need to create an iPad app to do this. Going to a website would have been better. Please run another TV ad when this is updated, cuz I'm deleting this.



I'm thrilled that Florida Weekly finally came to the App Store and it is worth the wait. The Charlotte County version works flawlessly and I love that the magazine is free across all platforms.


Our-Hometown, Inc
8.2 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
Age Rating
Rated 12+ for the following:
Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
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