Texture adds more magazine titles to service including The Atlantic, Texas Monthly, AARP The Magazine, Variety, WWD, Reader’s Digest, Garden & Gun, and Ebony, bringing the total number of titles to more than 200.
Texture, the premier app for the very best magazine content, recently added many new top titles including The Atlantic, Reader’s Digest, Garden & Gun, AARP, Variety, WWD, and Ebony.
Texture members now have access to over 200 of the most popular U.S. and Canadian magazine brands on tablets and mobile devices, with archives that are searchable for the last 5 years. The low monthly rate of $9.99, or $14.99 for the premium service remains the same even with the growing selection of magazine titles.
WWD and Variety join other trade titles that are already part of the Texture app, including Billboard, The Hollywood Reporter, and Adweek.
John Kerner, VP of Content Strategy said, “We’re excited to bring these great titles to Texture. Our goal is to bring our readers the very best content in an incredible reading experience, and all of these new additions further deliver on that promise.”
In addition to the leading magazines, Texture looks for opportunities to surprise and delight readers by delivering other top quality content. Recent examples include advance excerpts from books including The Bridge Ladies and Good as Gone, as well as a special report from Reuters; “The American Voter.”