He'd seen my post about BYTE magazine and thought it might interest our community here.
LoboReader provides a streamlined and user-friendly mobile reader for any of the magazines found on the Internet Archive's "Magazine Rack" for your mobile phone or tablet. If you've ever tried to read or even browse an issue of, say, Amazing Computing on your phone before you should give this a try.
Unlike the herky-jerky experience one finds today when browsing or reading archived PDF mags in The Archive, LoboReader provides a much more natural user experience.
As a result you can then easily use gestures to zoom into any individual page with ease to get to the content you want to see. It's a pretty nice upgrade to the experience.The viewer on Internet Archive website was not very mobile friendly so I created an alternative web app that brings all the standard touch gestures (like double tap to zoom, swipe to turn the page etc.) and automatically saves the reading progress.
All you have to do is navigate to this link using your phone of choice. Once the page loads you need to add it to your Home screen and launch it from an app icon.
From there, you're in business any time you want to check an old issue from the comfort of your phone. Very nice!