December 19, 2014 in News (E)
[prMac.com] New York, New York - The world's largest and fastest growing global digital multi-platform newsstand and magazine store, Magzter celebrates 3 years of the digital edition of Man's World from Man's World India Pvt. Ltd. The publisher also has Rolling Stone India magazine on Magzter.
MW (Man's World) is India's first men's luxury lifestyle magazine and was conceived to be India's answer to some of the leading international men's magazines. Ever since its inception, the magazine has served as the vibrant and authoritative voice of the globalized urban Indian male for more than a decade now and is set to take this sense to Magzter's 23 million global readers.
The articles reflect the energy and verve of the new and successful India and MW stands out for its quality writing, depth of content and sumptuous photography, backed by elegant design & production. If a man is looking for clothes, cars, gizmos, electronics, books, movies, wines, music, fitness, relationship, adventure, travel and a little more, MW provides that much needed information and advice to help lead life to the fullest.
In this issue: Men of the Year 2014, Screwball Comedians, The Quiet, Slow Tornado, The Canadian Rocky Road, Gadget of the Year, Things you didn't know about women and more... The Drinking Man Special.
"We have had a wonderful association with Magzter since inception. In fact I am glad that MW and Rolling Stone India were among the earliest magazines to be part of this digital bookstore. For us it is the best way to get across to a global audience. Magzter's 23 million subscribers is a testimony to the success of this concept." - Radhakrishnan Nair, Publisher & Editor, MW and Rolling Stone India.
"It is not surprising that Man's World has stayed in the top slot of magazines in this genre in India. This magazine is filled with exceptional features and articles that have earned it fans aplenty; both male and female, over the years. Their presence on Magzter has only seen the numbers climb higher. Great going Man's World!" - Girish Ramdas, CEO, Magzter Inc.
"Magzter is pleased to play host to Man's World, a magazine that buzzes with energy and echoes the thoughts of a young developing India. Man's World makes for fabulous reading with its intelligent and well-crafted articles on current news-makers and more. Founded to celebrate the benefits of economic liberalization on young Indian men, Man's World hit the target right from the start and continues to keep it that way." - Vijay Radhakrishnan, President, Magzter Inc.
MW (Man's World Magazine) is India's pioneering men's luxury lifestyle magazine. It was founded as Man's World in February 2000 by industrialist Anand Mahindra along with his wife Anuradha Mahindra and Radhakrishnan Nair, the then Executive Editor of Business India.
The aim was to arm young men, products of a resurgent new India following the decade of economic liberalization in the 1990s, with information and advice on a variety of lifestyle areas: style, cars, gizmos, relationships, etiquette, books, movies, wines, music, fitness, travel, and more. In doing so Man's World created the space for men's lifestyle magazines in India. The magazine's name was shortened to MW after a major redesign in 2008. Radhakrishnan Nair continues to be the Publisher & Editor of MW.
MW.Com India Pvt Ltd, the holding company of MW, launched the Indian edition of Rolling Stone, the world's leading music and pop culture magazine in 2008.
Magzter counts among its publisher customers some marquee names including Hearst (USA), Conde Nast (USA), Newsweek (USA), AMI (USA), Dennis Publishing (UK), Haymarket (UK), Media24 (South Africa), Edipresse Asia (HK), India Today Group (India), WorldWide Media (India), MAXIM Inc. (USA), Black Enterprise (USA), Singapore Press Holdings (Singapore), RBA (Spain), Grupo Expansion (MX), ePub Direct, Casemate Group, Ivy Press, Oxbow Books, AUK, Gill & McMillan, Westland, Arcturus Publishing Ltd, Osprey Group, Leadstart Publishing, Panoma Press and has been rapidly expanding its publisher base with magazines and books from more than 50 countries including USA, UK, Germany, Spain, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, and more, making Magzter truly the #1 choice for book readers and publishers the world over.
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 6.0 or later
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Pricing and Availability:
Magzter - Magazine & Book Store 3.2.3 is free and available worldwide through the App Store in the News category. Man's World is priced at $15.99 USD for an annual subscription on Magzter. The app is also available on Google Play, and Windows 8, the web, Amazon App Store and Kindle Fire and is expanding to more platforms soon. Magzter's easy purchase and renewal systems ensure subscriptions are paid on time, eliminating the need for paper checks and postal mail issues. Users can buy their magazines on any of the above devices/platforms and seamlessly port their purchases to any other devices, a feature unique to Magzter.
Magzter Inc. is the world's largest and fastest growing self-service, cross-platform digital magazine store and newsstand with over 19 million digital consumers, more than 3500 magazines, 1000s of books and comic titles from over 1000 publishers. Headquartered in New York, Magzter has its local offices in London, Paris, Barcelona, Munich, Amsterdam, Cape Town, Chennai and Singapore and will soon be expanding to other countires. Founded by global entrepreneurs, Girish Ramdas and Vijayakumar Radhakrishnan in June 2011, Magzter enables magazine publishers around the world to create and deliver digital editions of their titles to global consumers. Powered by its proprietary OREY Click Publishing System(R), Magzter also enables their customers to publish interactive/audio-visual content in the magazine as it supports HTML 5. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 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. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.