September 24, 2012(New York, NY) — Today, FORTUNE launches the first Apple Newsstand iPad app that allows users to move seamlessly between print magazine and digital content. It offers a unique view of FORTUNE content with magazine and online features side-by-side, integrated in one comprehensive reading experience. The app updates FORTUNE's existing magazine app, is free to download and offers full articles, photo galleries and videos updated every day. FORTUNE subscribers will also have full access to magazine content.
"Beginning with the current issue, iPad users can experience FORTUNE soup-to-nuts on their tablets, " said FORTUNE.com Managing Editor, Megan Barnett. "The magazine content is interspersed with daily news and analysis in an easy-to-swipe news app. It's the best of FORTUNE in a mix of free and paid content."
Update your existing FORTUNE app or download for the first time hereFORTUNE iPad App features include:
- FORTUNE coverage of the latest business, technology and finance news every day
- Exclusive photo and video content, as well as interactive graphics
- Exclusive content from FORTUNE conferences
- Subscribers can view magazine and online content together inside the app
- Optional push notifications
- Stock quotes and performance metrics on featured companies, including those on the FORTUNE 500 and Fastest Growing Companies lists
- Tweets from FORTUNE magazine writers, contributors, and editors
Digital subscription options:
This app is free to download and all users will have access to a limited number of FORTUNE stories. New subscribers to FORTUNE magazine on iPad get one month free, and users can choose between three digital subscription options:
- 1-month subscription for $2.99
- 1-year subscription for $19.99
- Single issue for $4.99
FORTUNE's new iPad app has three exclusive launch sponsors on board for launch: Credit Suisse, Ally Bank and Brocade.
Read more about the new app here.
See the video about the new app here.
FORTUNE magazine is a global leader in business journalism with a domestic circulation of over 845,000 and a global readership of nearly 5 million, which include major franchises such as the FORTUNE 500 and the FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For. FORTUNE Live Media extends the brand's mission into live events, hosting a wide range of annual conferences, including FORTUNE's Most Powerful Women and the FORTUNE Global Forum. FORTUNE publishes English-language editions in Europe and Asia, and local-language editions in China, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Turkey, South Korea, Indonesia, India and Greece. CNNMoney.com, which draws more than 14.6 million readers a month, is the online home of FORTUNE.com.
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