“Publisher Hearst has brought Oprah Magazine to the iPad. Although no subscription options are available due to a lack of Apple support, each issue costs $4, slightly less than an equivalent print edition,” MacNN reports.
“Enhancements include videos, sharing features and a bookstore, the latter of which lets people read samples and buy e-books, which are read outside of the Oprah app,” MacNN reports.
MacNN reports, “Hearst is presently said to be working on 22 different apps. All 14 of its magazines are on the iPad in one form or another, though some are not dedicated apps but rather replicas of their print copies, accessed through a third-party app, Zinio.”
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