Currently, you can still sign up for the service's $9.99/month subscription. So let's dive in to see some more details on the matter.
Apple's Eddy Cue will be on a panel today at SXSW, so most likely we will hear him discuss this deal. "We are committed to quality journalism from trusted sources and allowing magazines to keep producing beautifully designed and engaging stories for users". It's not clear if Apple will charge users to access these magazines, as Texture now charges $9.99 a month for the service. Within its large catalog, the app curates magazine articles based on the user's interests. In addition to this, users would also have the ability to download magazines for offline reading.More news: How Texas counties voted for Beto O'Rourke
Texture is owned by Next Issue Media, a joint-venture between Condé Nast, Hearst Magazines, Meredith Corp, News Corp and Rogers Media. "We don't try to sell the most smartphones in the world; we don't try to sell the most apps, we try to make the best one". Enjoy full issues of People, Time, GQ, Glamour, The New Yorker, Bon Appétit, Newsweek, ESPN, National Geographic, InStyle, Allrecipes, Shape, Men's Health, and many other great titles from the most trusted publishers. So be sure to check it out.More news: Gavin Robertson: Australia's mindless chat motivated AB de Villiers
Apple has a lot of content coming down the pipeline, but it doesn't sound like the company is interested in a spray-and-pray approach, which seems to be where Netflix's original programming is heading lately. Share your views with us in the comment.More news: Akhilesh Yadav aide Naresh Agrawal joins BJP