Evernote users will be able to easily recall stories from their favorite magazines

SAN FRANCISCO October 2, 2014— Next Issue Media™, the first and only company to provide unlimited access to premium digital magazine content in the U.S. and Canada, today announced a partnership with Evernote, the company whose apps create a workspace that lets people easily collect and access content and information from anywhere. Beginning in November, Evernote users will be able to instantly capture thought-provoking content from over 140 different magazine titles available on the Next Issue platform directly to Evernote. The partnership paves the way for a paperless and clutter-free lifestyle by providing easy access to quality noteworthy content that can be organized and curated across multiple devices.

“We’re constantly enriching the Next Issue platform to offer the best collection of magazines combined with the best features to help our readers explore and enjoy them,” said John Kerner, Vice President, Marketing at Next Issue Media. “We’re excited to partner with Evernote to give Next Issue readers yet another way to find inspiration in their favorite magazines.”

Evernote’s integration with Next Issue lets users save pages of stories they find interesting, whether they’re researching a specific topic or browsing through some of their favorite issues from Bloomberg Businessweek, Entrepreneur and Forbes to Fast Company, Fortune, Inc., Money and more. Next Issue readers simply click the Evernote icon found at the top of the page of the story they’re reading, write a note or add tags to the page, and a screenshot is immediately saved to their Evernote. These pages become searchable by keyword and instantly accessible from any device with Evernote.  Those attending the Evernote Conference today or tomorrow can also enjoy a 50 percent discount for 6 months if they sign up for a subscription to Next Issue Media.

“Evernote creates a workspace where people collect information to give them the context they need to make informed decisions and get more done throughout their day. Partnering with Next Issue means they’ll be able to add valuable content from dozens of top business and technology magazines to that mix. It’s a powerful combination and a great value.  We’re excited to bring this partnership to our users,” said Alex Pachikov, VP of Partnerships for Evernote.

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About Next Issue Media
Next Issue Media is a joint venture of six leading publishers – Condé Nast, Hearst, Meredith, News Corp., Rogers Communications and Time Inc.  The company was formed to bring the world’s most popular magazines to life on the digital device of your choice.

About Evernote

Evernote apps and products create a modern workspace that gives people the tools they need to achieve more every day. A privately held company headquartered in Redwood City, California, Evernote has offices in 10 countries and more than 100 million users worldwide. For more information about Evernote and its products, visit www.evernote.com.


Jennifer Colton

On behalf of Next Issue Media
415-551-9621 / colton@flashpointpr.com