Maggwire: The iTunes of Magazines

Maggwire: The iTunes of Magazines
technology

Maggwire is offering a new way to browse digital magazines.

Tamara Madani
  • 17 november 2009

Last year we featured Mygazines, a website that let you read hundreds of digitized magazine articles for free. Although they scaled back their operation significantly, it seems Maggwire is now offering a similar service and plans to launch a subscription based premium service which will give Maggwire access to exclusive content. Co-founder and CEO Ryan Klenovich of Maggwire calls it the iTunes of magazines, explaining that:

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