Tag: Apple News+

Apple News Plus subscription launched pricing Texture app

Apple News Plus is Here: 300 magazines, $9.99 per month subscription

First music. Then movies. Now Apple targets the newspaper and magazine industry for disruption.

Google Play Newsstand needs subscription model

I subscribe to Next Issue because it gives me access to a ton of magazines that I can read on my tablet without having to buy each issue individually. Why doesn't Google offer the same?

Review: Next Issue for Windows 8

Now that Next Issue is available for Windows 8, find out how it compares to its Android and iOS peers.

Next Issue magazine app now available for Windows 8

Subscribers to Next Issue, which operates like Netflix with monthly plans starting at $9.99 per month, can access over 80 titles including TIME, Fortune, The New Yorker, People, ESPN, Wired, Cosmopolitan, Fast Company, and Car & Driver, among others.

Next Issue iPad app adds 8 new titles including ESPN, Fast Company, Food & Wine

We recommend the iPad version (4.5 out of 5 stars) of Next Issue. Not only will you get a larger selection of magazines, you'll also get faster downloads and smoother overall performance.

Next Issue for iPad adds Details, Cosmopolitan, Road & Track, Oprah Magazine – now offers 72 titles

With all of the hardware announcements this month -- Kindle HD, Nokia Lumia 920, HTC Windows Phone 8S and 8X, Apple iPhone 5 -- it's great to see some news on the content front.

In Search of Digital Wine Magazines (and is Decanter really more expensive on iPad?)

When it comes to wine magazines/content, here's my initial wine hit list: Wine Spectator, Wine Enthusiast, Wine Advocate, Sommelier Journal, and Decanter. But which are the best digital options?

Independent publishing in San Francisco suffers blow

One thing that becomes readily apparent is that theater, arts, culture coverage is one of the most difficult (possibly eternally impossible?) beats to achieve return on investment.

‘Next Issue’ for Android not quite a smoky brat!

First: SEX still sells (and apparently always will). Second: No one looks human anymore - we are living in the world of Photoshopped Avatars. And third: Where's Playboy magazine?