[prMac.com] New York, New York – Japan’s Bright Wave Media chooses the world’s largest digital magazine newsstand, Magzter, to expand the readerships of its magazines – Japan Beer Times and Sake Today. These niche and insightful magazines are now all set to reach 29 million users across the world, who can enjoy reading them anytime and anywhere on Magzter. Here’s what you can read from Bright Wave Media on Magzter:
Japan Beer Times is a bilingual (English and Japanese) quarterly magazine, which provides essential information on bars, restaurants and retailers that offer craft beer all across Japan.
Sake Today, one of the well-known magazines on sake, publishes columns on breweries, bar and restaurant guides, food pairing suggestions, recipes and sake-themed essays. This quarterly magazine is priced at JPY 2043.85 (US$19.99) for an annual subscription on Magzter.
“We needed a digital solution we could trust in order to expand the reach of Japan Beer Times and Sake Today magazines. This is where Magzter helped us. Working with them from the start has been seamless and highly efficient. The fact Magzter does their best to connect publishers with readers is an ideal we can vouch for and are certain will help create value to those who appreciate a fulfilling reading experience.” – Ry Beville, CEO & Founder, Bright Wave Media – Japan
“We’ve been adding a lot of exciting magazines from several promising publishing houses in Japan and in this direction, I’m delighted to welcome Bright Wave Media’s Japan Beer Times and Sake Today magazines to Magzter. I’m quite confident that both these magazines will widen their readerships not only in Japan, but also across the world via Magzter.” – Girish Ramdas, CEO, Magzter Inc.
“I’m happy that Bright Wave Media has chosen Magzter as its digital publishing partner. Apart from well-researched articles on beer and sake breweries, Japan Beer Times and Sake Today also come up with interesting travel columns and delicious recipes, which make them even more exciting to read.” – Vijay Radhakrishnan, President, Magzter Inc.
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 7.0 or later
* 31.4 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Magzter – Digital Magazine Newsstand 6.6 is free and available worldwide through the App Store in the News category. Japan Beer Times and Sake Today is priced at JPY 407.95 ($3.99 USD) for an annual subscription on Magzter. Japan Beer Times and Sake Today also come as a treat to Magzter GOLD customers, who can enjoy reading them along with 3,750+ other exciting international titles. The app is also available on Google Play, and Windows 8, the web, Amazon App Store, Kindle Fire, and NOOK and is expanding to more platforms soon. Magzter’s easy purchase and renewal systems ensure subscriptions are paid on time, eliminating the need for paper checks and postal mail issues. Users can buy their magazines on any of the above devices/platforms and seamlessly port their purchases to any other devices, a feature unique to Magzter.Magzter – Digital Magazine Newsstand 6.6
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Magzter is the world’s largest and fastest growing global digital magazine newsstand with over 29 million digital consumers, more than 8,000 magazines from over 3,500 publishers. Headquartered in New York, Magzter has its local offices in London, Barcelona, Amsterdam, Mexico City, Cape Town, Chennai, Singapore and Tokyo and will soon be expanding to other countries. Founded by global entrepreneurs, Girish Ramdas and Vijay Radhakrishnan in June 2011, Magzter enables magazine publishers around the world to create and deliver digital editions of their titles to global consumers. Powered by its proprietary OREY Click Publishing System(R), Magzter also enables their customers to publish interactive/audio-visual content in the magazine as it supports HTML5. Magzter launched Magzter GOLD subscription service to give digital readers unlimited access to thousands of magazines for a low monthly price. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2016 Magzter Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.