Apple acquires digital magazine service Texture
San Francisco: Apple has acquired Texture, a digital journal subscription service which supplies customers limitless entry to their favorite titles for a month-to-month price for an undisclosed quantity.
Referred to as the “Netflix of magazines”, Texture brings over 200 of the world’s finest magazines to life, offering a simple manner for customers to learn high-quality tales and full problems with their favorite titles.
“We’re excited Texture will be part of Apple, together with a formidable catalog of magazines from most of the world’s main publishers,” stated Eddy Cue, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Web Software program and Companies.
Texture prices $9.99 a month and affords entry to magazines like The New Yorker, Folks, Time and GQ.
“We’re dedicated to high quality journalism from trusted sources and permitting magazines to maintain producing fantastically designed and interesting tales for customers,” Cue added in a press release on Tuesday.
“The Texture staff and its present homeowners, CondA¿ Nast, Hearst, Meredith, Rogers Media and KKR, couldn’t be extra happy or excited with this improvement. We couldn’t think about a greater house or future for the service,” stated John Loughlin, CEO of Subsequent Concern Media/Texture.
Since its launch in 2010, Texture has change into the main multi-title subscription service giving customers the flexibility to immediately entry a few of the most generally learn magazines.