Android users can now mingle happily with those glossy pages as Zinio is now available for Google’s mobile OS. This app will enable discovery, reading and interaction with magazine articles and will also allow subscription to the desired issues.
The software will provide accessibility to twelve existing issues of famous magazine titles through August 15, 2011. The set includes Bike Magazine, BlackBook, ESPN The Magazine, House Beautiful, Juxtapoz Art & Culture Magazine, Maxim, Outdoor Photographer, Redbook, Robb Report, Seattle Met, Surfer Magazine and Wine Enthusiast.
“Our goal is to give every magazine lover worldwide, regardless of platform, an immersive and seamless way to connect to and engage with their favorite stories – creating a comprehensive and compelling newsstand that is controlled by the individual and customized to their interests. Extending deeper into the Android ecosystem on a global scale continues to help move us in this direction,” commented Rich Maggiotto, Zinio president and CEO.
Furthermore, the facility will provide over a 1,000 issues from a multitude of principal consumer magazines publishers across the world. The list features the Economist Group, Gruppo Mondadori and Dwell Media, with global outlets in 33 languages and it being sold in 20 varied currencies. Avid readers can gain access to a variety of media content within each page too. Interactivity ought to be at the fullest with audio, video and information graphics featured on the app.
The content can be conveniently stored in the devices. Zinio for Android-powered gadgets is available for download at Google’s Android Market. It is available free of cost.