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Magzter launches "all you can read" magazine subscription for $9.99 per month

Steve Sande, @stevensande
January 19, 2015
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Ever heard of Magzter? It's a digital magazine store and newsstand with a current customer base of about 24 million users. Today the company took a shot at other magazine providers like Zinio and Apple's own Newsstand by announcing the launch of Magzter Gold, which provides unlimited access to over 2,000 magazines for US$9.99 monthly. Also included in that fee is access to thousands of books and comic titles.

To make it easier to figure out what you're going to consume out of that smorgasbord of words, Magzter Gold also has a new user interface to make content discovery less of a hassle. The new interface can "algorithmically tailor the reading experience for individual users based on their interests and interactions with in-app content."

Magzter is a free download and a universal iOS app. Those magazines can also be viewed from your Mac or PC web browser. You can get a look at all of the available Magzter Gold titles at this link to see if there are enough to pique your interest. If there are only a handful you'd really want to read, you can always get Magzter Gold Lite, which offers unlimited access to five titles per month (including all back issues).







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