Angie's List Magazine App Gets Top Ranking in Apple App Store

Angie's List Magazine App Gets Top Ranking in Apple App Store

INDIANAPOLIS, June 20, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Less than six months after
launching, the Angie's List Magazine app is soaring up the charts. The app
broke into the bestseller list for "Top Free iPad Newsstand Apps" this month,
hitting a high of 14th place according to the Apple App Store.

The national consumer review service launched the magazine app on December 31,
2012. The award-winning Angie's List Magazine app provides users with monthly
news and articles on everything from home maintenance to health care, arming
them with the information they need to make smart hiring decisions.

"Angie's List is more than just reviews. We're dedicated to the empowerment
and education of consumers and that's exactly what our magazine and this app
provide," said Angie Hicks, who in 1995 co-founded the company with CEO Bill
Oesterle. "We have an incredible depth of content and resources that we've
cultivated over our 18 year history. We draw on both the experiences of our
members and the companies they review."

The Angie's List Magazine staff has been recognized more than 100 times with
top journalism and design awards, including an American Web Design award for
"Best Design." The magazine was also a 2013 Lisagor Finalist for "Use of
Digital Technology."

An Angie's List membership includes a subscription to a monthly printed
magazine. The company publishes 89 localized editions in 57 markets. Members
in those areas can download the Angie's List Magazine app and receive the
content for free on their iPad.

Angie's List helps consumers have happy transactions with local service
professionals in more than 720 categories of service, ranging from home
improvement to health care. More than 2 million paid households use Angie's
List to gain unlimited access to local ratings, exclusive discounts, the
Angie's List magazine, and the Angie's List complaint resolution service.

         Investor Relations
         Cheryl Reed
         Public Relations
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