UK and Australia Monday, nearly seven months after its US and Canada launch. As you’d expect, the selection on the Apple subscription service, which costs in the US and gives you to more than 300 magazines and newspapers in the iPhone, iPad and Mac, has been tweaked for local markets.rolled out in the
In addition to US publications like The Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, National Geographic and Rolling Stone, the £10-a-month UK version gets you access to The Times, The Sunday Times, Cosmopolitan UK, Elle UK, Esquire UK, Empire, Hello! and Grazia, among others.
The AU$15-a-month version offers The Australian, The Daily Telegraph, Herald Sun, The Courier Mail, The Advertiser, Australian Women’s Health, Australian Men’s Health and Australian Geographic, along with the US ones.
If you’re curious, you can sign up for a month’s free trial and. This probably helped Apple pull in within two days of the service’s launch.
Apple added the ability toin May, so new issues will be automatically downloaded to your device and available offline
Before the service’s launch, some publishers were reportedly hesitant about participating because Apple planned to keep. The New York Times and The Washington Post ultimately opted out.
First published at 5:07 a.m. PT.
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