September 16, 2012 in News (E)
[prMac.com] New York, New York - National Geographic Traveller hitches a ride to the Magzter digital highway! The renowned international travel magazine, National Geographic Traveller just went digital with its India edition by establishing its presence in Magzter; the world's largest and fastest growing self-service digital Newsstand.
Travelling light with Magzter:
The Magzter sign-up with National Geographic Traveller India; the Indian edition of National Geographic Traveller (U.S.) proves the immense capability of digital Newsstands. By bringing a magazine like this onto their platform, Magzter continues to stay in sync with its cause and commitment to promoting digital Newsstands globally. A boon to any traveller; all you need to do is purchase National Geographic Traveller (India) from Magzter, store it on your smart device and read it anytime, anywhere. Magzter makes for the perfect travel companion as it saves readers from carrying a load of heavy reading material.
Traveller's tag line is 'nobody knows this world better,' and its stories capture a place's essence in a way that inspires readers. National Geographic Traveller India favors fantastic photography and insightful articles which Magzter brings to you in an instant. As iPads and Androids have become exceedingly popular it only seems fitting that a platform like Magzter enables users to access their favorite travel magazines with a single click from anywhere.
Magzter: India's chosen travel companion:
The main aim of National Geographic Traveller India is to inspire travel; and Magzter believes in arming its users with accessibility and mobility. An inclusive magazine that focuses on 'real travel for real people' through experiential and immersive storytelling, it exudes ideals similar to that of Magzter. Read all about family travel, unique experiences, new ways of covering older destinations and more on your favorite digital devices. Once bought and downloaded to your iOS or Android device, the pages get stored on the device for offline reading which is great for travellers who may not have internet at their destinations. Even on planes and trains they can read the downloaded pages without the hassle of carrying many travel magazines in their bags!
National Geographic Traveller India is priced at an attractive $17.99 (1 year subscription), which is 75% less than the price at bookstores and newsstands. Magzter's easy purchase and renewal systems ensure subscriptions are paid on time eliminating the need for paper checks and postal mail issues.
National Geographic Traveller India offers a digital format to meet the basic requirements of its readers and subsequent issues promise added multimedia and interactive content enabled for its tech savvy audience through Magzter, whose unparalleled features include a unique self-service platform across devices (iOS, Android, the web with Windows 8 and Blackberry coming soon).
Why Magzter is better:
The Magzter platform was created to facilitate easy access to a variety of publications with a single touch. An unmatched delivery model and aspects like real time reporting, one click publishing, a seamless social recommendation engine, single sign on, and the reach to more than 3 million users, makes Magzter an irresistible choice for publishers.
These intrinsic features are just too compelling for large, medium and small publishing companies to turn away from and already several renowned publishing houses accelerate the registration process with Magzter despite having their own digital magazine sign up options from their websites and their own apps. Registered subscribers on Apple, Android devices and on the web will get their electronic issues pushed to their devices automatically when the new issues are available. In addition, Magzter has created a global eco-system of magazine publishers and readers which will also help promote your magazine brand further globally.
"We are delighted to have signed up with National Geographic Traveller India through ACK Media. The brand presence of this travel magazine is huge globally, and the team at Magzter is committed to giving its users more unique content across smart devices." - said Girish Ramdas, CEO, Magzter Inc.
"Magzter looks to enhance and enrich its user base and the inclusion of a publication like National Geographic Traveller India works wonders for our platform. We have more than 3 million users transacting across the globe and we want them to get the best through the tools we offer publishers. The HTML5 based interactivity we have introduced for magazine content will find favor with publishers like National Geographic Traveller India and our users." - said Vijay Radhakrishnan, President, Magzter Inc.
About National Geographic Traveller India:
Amar Chitra Katha Pvt. Ltd. (ACK Media) is the publisher of National Geographic Traveller India. It is India's leading entertainment and education company for young audiences. Some of India's most-loved brands including Amar Chitra Katha, Tinkle &Karadi Tales come from the house of ACK Media. The company develops products for multiple platforms including print, home video, broadcast television, films, mobile and online services. ACK Media is headquartered in Mumbai, with a product development studio in Bengaluru and a subsidiary in Chennai.
ACK Media had already signed up with Magzter to sell their Tinkle and Brainwave children's magazines and now have extended it to the National Geographic Traveller India magazine as well.
Currently Magzter operates on a revenue share model with the publishers and publishers do not need to invest any monies to go digital. As part of the standard offering to publishers, Magzter also creates Apple Newsstand Apps for all publishers.
The company counts among its publisher customers some marquee names including Dennis Publishing (UK), Haymarket (UK), Edipresse Asia (HK), India Today Group (India), Black Enterprise (USA, Spain, Portugal), Singapore Press Holdings (Singapore) and has been rapidly expanding its publisher base with magazines from USA, UK, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, etc. with Japan soon on the cards.
New titles from around the world are added every week making Magzter truly the #1 choice for magazine readers and publishers the world over. For more information please contact us.
Magzter Inc. is the world's largest and fastest growing digital self-service Newsstand with over 3 million digital consumers using its store. Magzter enables publishers to offer digital editions of their titles so readers can easily access and enjoy them. Magzter supports formats starting from simple PDFs to fully interactive HTML5 magazines. Magzter operates on a revenue share model with the publishers and publishers do not need to invest any monies to go digital. As part of the standard offering to publishers, Magzter also creates Apple Newsstand Apps for all publishers. The company counts among its publisher customers some marquee names including Dennis Publishing (UK), Haymarket (UK), Edipresse Asia (HK), India Today Group (India), Black Enterprise (USA, Spain, Portugal), Singapore Press Holdings (Singapore) and has been rapidly expanding with magazines from USA, UK, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines,Malaysia, Singapore, etc. with Japan on the cards. Copyright (C) 2012 Magzter Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.