Four National Geographic Titles Join Next Issue’s “All You Can Eat” Newsstand
NEW YORK, July 2, 2014 — Next Issue Media™ (www.nextissue.com), the first and only company to provide unlimited access to premium digital magazine content in the U.S. and Canada, today announced the addition of the world-renowned National Geographic family of titles to its growing newsstand of over 140 world-class magazines. The addition of award-winning National Geographic, National Geographic Traveler, National Geographic Kids and National Geographic Little Kids builds on Next Issue’s best-in-class library, adding to the incredible breadth and quality of titles. Each is available today for download at no additional cost to Next Issue subscribers.
“We continue to amass the best collection of the most-read and most-requested magazine titles available to subscribers today,” said Morgan Guenther, CEO of Next Issue Media. “With the addition of National Geographic, we’re adding one of publishing’s most established and respected titles, proving once again our commitment to bringing our readers unlimited access to all the best magazines available.”
More Choice, More Features, Same Price
While the catalog, including back issues and interactive editions, continues to expand with new titles, the pricing for Next Issue unlimited access plans remains the same. Unlimited Basic, which includes access to 127 monthly and bi-weekly titles, continues to be offered for just $9.99 per month. Unlimited Premium, offering access to all 140+ titles in the catalog including the weekly titles, remains priced at $14.99 per month. Many of the titles in both plans are packed with rich bonus features like videos, expanded photo galleries, and interactive maps not available in the print editions of the magazines. A few examples of recently added titles include Allrecipes, Dwell, Entrepreneur, Macworld, Men’s Health, Newsweek, Nylon, Outside, PC World, Runner’s World and Women’s Health. These titles have been added to the existing catalog which includes top titles like People, Rolling Stone, Consumer Reports, Vanity Fair, Better Homes & Gardens, The New Yorker and Fortune.
In addition to a steady stream of new titles, several enhancements to the app itself have been introduced in recent months, including more interactive titles, retina support, faster download speeds, and iPhone functionality – all designed to put the best premium content from the world’s top magazine brands always at your fingertips. Next Issue is available across popular mobile products including iPad ®, iPod ® Touch, Android™ tablets, iPhone and Windows 8 devices. One account is shareable across five devices so that the whole family can enjoy unlimited magazines.
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