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FAQ: Subscriptions

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AMAZONAS is published bi-monthly in November, January, March, May, July, and September. The first issue of a volume (e.g January/February 2020) is published and mails in November (of 2019) and arrives at most subscribers throughout the month of December (again, December 2019 for the Jan/Feb 2020 issue). US-based subscriptions arrive sooner than Canadian and International subscriptions.

The exact dates we generate each issues’ mailing lists change from year to year, so to be on the safe side, our dates here may allow for a week or two of leeway. So, for example, to start with the first issue of a year, you should subscribe or renew by the end of October (although the actual cutoff date may be at a later date in early November). If you are ever unsure, please contact customer service to learn which issue new subscriptions are currently starting with.

A new subscription or lapsed-subscription renewal which misses the particular cutoff date will start with the next issue in line; unfortunately we are unable to start a subscription with an issue that you may have missed. You can purchase missed issues through the AMAZONAS Magazine Back Issue Shop.

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FAQ: Digital Edition

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The digital edition can be accessed by selecting the link at the bottom of our homepage www.amazonasmagazine.com or by following this link. You may log in using your email address and password created at checkout. If you don’t remember your password or haven’t created one yet, click “Forgot Password?” to create a new one.

What do I need to read the AMAZONAS Magazine Digital Edition?

Try before you buy! A sample of the AMAZONAS Magazine digital edition is available to try on any device you may wish to use. Note, certain functionalities are disabled in the sample (e.g. back-issue archive access).

HTML5 Viewer Supported browsers:

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  • Desktop – Chrome 23+, Firefox 19+, Internet Explorer 11, Safari 5+, Microsoft Edge 38+ (Windows 10)

Internet Connection: A broadband connection is required to view our digital editions. Due to the nature of our digital publishing platform, dial-up connections simply do not have enough bandwidth to achieve a satisfactory reader experience.

Offline Access: You can download PDF versions of each issue for offline reading; plan ahead of time! Up-to-date versions of Adobe Acrobat Reader are recommended for the best offline viewing experience.

Firewall/Proxies: If you are accessing our digital edition through a firewall or proxy, check with your network administrator to determine if cookies are permitted. Also, if you are using a proxy (depending on your settings) you may not always be viewing the most current version of the publication platform.

Pop-Up Blockers: If you have a pop-up blocker installed, it may also prevent some functionality on the publication platform.

Display Resolution: Our viewer requires a MINIMUM resolution of 1024×768. Higher resolutions are supported and recommended.

I never needed a password before to access my account or the digital edition, why am I being asked to use a password now?

Prior to this time, AMAZONAS Online Customer Service only utilized a subscriber’s email address for identification, both for logging into our digital edition and for managing subscriber information including changes of address and renewals. Our security update means that most subscribers’ accounts have never had a password associated with them, but going forward you’ll need one to access your account information and more importantly, to view the web-based AMAZONAS Digital Edition (our Kindle, iOS and Android apps run on different systems, and are unaffected). It is extremely easy to generate a password for the first time, along with retrieving a lost one or creating one that is easy for you to remember.

I used to be able to access the whole digital archive, but now I only see back to Jan/Feb 2017. Is there a problem with my subscription?

When the prior publishers of AMAZONAS migrated the digital edition to the new and improved platform, they were limited with regards to the number of back issues they could initially include in the new deployment. Thus, the current digital editions and AMAZONAS app back-issue archives go back to Jan/Feb 2017.

Since Aquatic Media Press took over ownership of AMAZONAS in 2018, we have been looking for options to restore the full digital archive. We hope to have an option available soon, at which point we will notify digital subscribers.

If you’re missing any favorite issues, we do have back issues available for purchase on our website: https://www.amazonasmagazine.com/shop/.

I get an "Unsafe Connection" warning when logging in to the digital edition?

This occurs mainly among subscribers who are using the Firefox browser to access the digital edition through the login page.

The reason for this warning is that you are leaving the “secured” AMAZONAS Magazine website and login page, which utilize an SSL connection, and being taken to the digital edition which is not currently served over a secure connection.

We continue to evaluate this technical issue, and the cost to correct it has proven prohibitive at this time. Rest assured, you are in fact safe to proceed to the digital edition!

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Reader Reviews

“Subscriber for life!”

AMAZONAS in English?!! You have me as a subscriber for life. I am thrilled to see that the English edition...

Tim Sinotte

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2016-01-08T19:44:18-06:00

Tim Sinotte

AMAZONAS in English?!! You have me as a subscriber for life. I am thrilled to see that the English edition is not being watered down. We want Hofbräu, not Bud Lite.

“AMAZONAS is widely regarded as among the finest publications in the aquarium hobby…”

It’s fair to say that there currently exists no better publication for dedicated hobbyists ...

—Matt Ford, SeriouslyFish.com

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—Matt Ford, SeriouslyFish.com

It’s fair to say that there currently exists no better publication for dedicated hobbyists ...

“Best tropical fish magazine on the market…”

If you're mourning the loss of Aquarium Fish International, take out a subscription to AMAZONAS, pronto!...it's the best fish magazine...

Nicole Putnam, Amazon.com Reviews

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Nicole Putnam, Amazon.com Reviews

If you're mourning the loss of Aquarium Fish International, take out a subscription to AMAZONAS, pronto!...it's the best fish magazine on the market right now.

You have made me a happy man…

I have been getting the magazine since it first appeared, and I can’t read a word of German...The pictures alone...

Ray “Kingfish” Lucas

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5
2016-01-09T05:06:35-06:00

Ray “Kingfish” Lucas

I have been getting the magazine since it first appeared, and I can’t read a word of German...The pictures alone are worth the price, but a version in English will be priceless for me.

A World Champion

If AMAZONAS in English is even half as good as CORAL from the same publisher in Vermont, it will be...

Matt Greene

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2016-01-09T05:08:11-06:00

Matt Greene

If AMAZONAS in English is even half as good as CORAL from the same publisher in Vermont, it will be a world beater

“Dropped the rest…”

“Great magazine. Out of all the aquarium magazines I used to subscribe to this is the best and I have...

Amazonas Reader Survey 2015

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5
2016-01-26T17:15:52-06:00

Amazonas Reader Survey 2015

“Great magazine. Out of all the aquarium magazines I used to subscribe to this is the best and I have dropped the rest.”

Aquarium Geographic?

“Wonderful. Like a National Geographic for aquarium topics. ”

Amazonas Reader Survey 2015

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Amazonas Reader Survey 2015

“Wonderful. Like a National Geographic for aquarium topics. ”

Worth its weight in gold…

I have been reading aquarium magazines since February 1968, and consider AMAZONAS to be the best freshwater aquarium magazine that...

Dr. Alan R. De Angelo  Editor, ACA News; erstwhile Editor, The ApistoGram; lifetime member ACA, AKA, ALA.

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Dr. Alan R. De Angelo  Editor, ACA News; erstwhile Editor, The ApistoGram; lifetime member ACA, AKA, ALA.

I have been reading aquarium magazines since February 1968, and consider AMAZONAS to be the best freshwater aquarium magazine that I have read, by far. A subscription would be worth its weight in gold to the avid aquarist.

“I love your magazines!”

I love your magazines. My undergraduate degree was in zoology, and I am probably as interested in taxonomy and species...

Rebecca McDonald

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Rebecca McDonald

I love your magazines. My undergraduate degree was in zoology, and I am probably as interested in taxonomy and species descriptions as many other casual hobbyists. That said, I just love the aquascaping articles in the current issue...Thanks again for your superb publications.

Wunderbar!

“Wunderbar! I know AMAZONAS from having family in Berlin, and it is simply the best freshwater magazine in the world....

Heike Koch, Cleveland Heights, Ohio

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2016-01-08T18:25:14-06:00

Heike Koch, Cleveland Heights, Ohio

“Wunderbar! I know AMAZONAS from having family in Berlin, and it is simply the best freshwater magazine in the world. .”

Smart Standards

“Finally, a magazine for freshwater hobbyists that's also not "dumbed down" like some in the past. Very informative.”

Amazonas Reader Survey 2015

AMAZONAS Magazine
5
2016-01-26T17:27:15-06:00

Amazonas Reader Survey 2015

“Finally, a magazine for freshwater hobbyists that's also not "dumbed down" like some in the past. Very informative.”

Best Freshwater Magazine

“My rating of AMAZONAS: The best freshwater magazine. Keep up the great work. ”

Amazonas Reader Survey 2015

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5
2016-01-26T17:19:06-06:00

Amazonas Reader Survey 2015

“My rating of AMAZONAS: The best freshwater magazine. Keep up the great work. ”

Long Wait Between Issues

“I know I'm beating a dead horse, but I wish AMAZONAS came out more often. Two months is a long...

Amazonas Reader Survey 2015

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4
2016-01-26T11:05:56-06:00

Amazonas Reader Survey 2015

“I know I'm beating a dead horse, but I wish AMAZONAS came out more often. Two months is a long time to wait sometimes.”
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