“A survey commissioned by a publishers’ trade group… finds that two-thirds of people who read magazines on tablets and e-readers think they’ll be spending more time with digital issues over the next year,” Peter Kafka reports for AllThingsD.
“Many of them — 46 percent — are consuming more magazines — both in print and digital form — than they did before they got their hands on an iPad. And 63 percent of them want more digital stuff to read,” Kafka reports. “89 percent of readers want publishers to adopt a uniform way of navigating magazines.”
Kafka reports, “The survey, conducted earlier this month, was completed by 1,009 people ‘pre-screened for their ownership of mobile devices and their use of magazine-branded apps.'”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “David E.” for the heads up.]
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