You can now magazines on your get Hearst iPad days before they are implemented in print or through other digital sources through a new feature, the Apple yesterday in the book shop.
All publications of Hearst, Esquire, seventeen, popular mechanics, cosmopolitan and more, including early now to downloaded both by existing subscribers and users who sign on subscription for the first time for the magazines. Hearst has long been an Apple supporter, acceptance of the subscription model and the iPad in May 2011 bring his magazines.
This exclusive arrangement between Apple and Hearst deliver early, but how soon depends on the individual magazine magazines. According to tech crunch all publications are Kindle market at least a few days in advance, before the arrival of printing and other online stores such as Amazon.
Hearst magazines fared on Apple’s newsstand. End 2011 predicted company President, David Carey, it had 1 million digital subscribers until the end of 2012 and he was not far from the brand – Hearst ended with more than 800,000 subscribers at the end of 2012. As Carey, the prediction made, Hearst had doubled only 400,000 members, i.e. its customer base in the course of a year.
Other publishers have seen similar success, with Conde Nast reporting 268 percent increase in subscriptions to book shop in October 2011 has been released.
Apple’s new arrangement with Hearst should be a great boon to the company. Hearst can be access not just its print subscribers to digital downloads, so that readers who want their magazines early trying switch to Apple’s platform. It is also a major incentive for readers, magazines about the app store instead of to ignite on their other equipment, such as fire, to acquire, the newsstand which should further increasing popularity.