The MOTHER EARTH NEWS Library App: Wiser-Living Digital Resources at Your Fingertips

Mother Earth News Library App Screen ShotThe MOTHER EARTH NEWS library app acts as a virtual library of our wiser-living digital resources and issues. After you download the app, you can browse through our resources and download or purchase those that most interest you. By housing your digital MOTHER EARTH NEWS content in this library app, you’ll be able to keep track of our latest offerings more easily, plus you’ll always know where to find all of our great apps on all of your devices.

The best part? This library app is available free for download. Get it from the iTunes App Store or from Google Play.

Don’t Miss Any New Releases

The MOTHER EARTH NEWS library app automatically updates whenever we create new digital issues, how-to apps, or other wiser-living digital offerings, including our crop-by-crop growing guide and canning resources. When any of our existing apps are updated, the versions you house in your library app will get updated automatically, too.

Keep It All Together

The library app acts as a virtual store as well as storage for any MOTHER EARTH NEWS digital content. That means you can browse our offerings, purchase and download any that suit you — including the many free apps we have available — and access what you’ve selected all within the one MOTHER EARTH NEWS library ap.

Mother Earth News library app icon

Get the MOTHER EARTH NEWS Library App

Download our free library app on your Android or Apple table or smartphone:

iTunes App Store

Google Play

Don’t forget to visit the MOTHER EARTH NEWS Apps page for information about all of our app offerings, including even more organic gardening techniques and crop-by-crop growing guides.

Please feel free to contact MOTHER EARTH NEWS with your questions and concerns regarding our smartphone and tablet apps. Visit our App Support page for more information.

Jennifer Kongs is the Managing Editor at MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine. When she’s not working at the magazine, she’s likely working in her garden, on the local running trails or in her kitchen instead. You can find Jennifer on Twitter or .