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Readly Expands Exclusive Program with AT&T THANKS® to Eligible DIRECTV and AT&T Internet customers.

Readly Expands Exclusive Program with AT&T THANKS® to Eligible DIRECTV and AT&T Internet customers.

Press releases   •   May 31, 2017 09:00 EDT

New version of digital reading app, Readly Select, now gives access to over a thousand magazines to eligible AT&T wireless, DIRECTV and AT&T internet customers.

Readly Launches Exclusive Program with AT&T THANKS®

Readly Launches Exclusive Program with AT&T THANKS®

Press releases   •   Mar 28, 2017 09:31 EDT

New version of digital reading app, Readly Select, gives access to over a thousand magazines to AT&T wireless customers.

Readly Launches Enhanced Mobile Reading for US Magazines

Readly Launches Enhanced Mobile Reading for US Magazines

Press releases   •   Mar 15, 2017 12:17 EDT

New mobile viewing option enhances magazine reading on smaller screens, customizing the user experience.

Readly goes onboard with SAS

Press releases   •   Mar 06, 2015 08:52 EST

Readly International is expanding its partnership programs and have teamed up with SAS Scandinavian Airlines as provider of digital reading services. SAS Eurobonus passengers will now be able to access Readly through SAS own app which is linked to Readly.

Readly launches version for Windows Phone

Press releases   •   Mar 06, 2015 08:48 EST

Readly International expands its potential user base with an additional platform for its digital reading service for magazines. The Readly app is now also available in a Windows Phone version.

More than one hundred British magazines now available for Readly users

More than one hundred British magazines now available for Readly users

Press releases   •   Apr 07, 2014 00:00 EDT

Readly, the innovative digital app for eMagazines, now includes British magazines. More than one hundred new titles will automatically appear in the app for US consumers and the price remains $9.99 a month.

Readly eMagazine App Allows Unlimited Reading For $9.99 PM

Readly eMagazine App Allows Unlimited Reading For $9.99 PM

News   •   Dec 10, 2013 18:15 EST

Readly launched a new app that follows the Netflix model for reading emagazines. The subscribers pay $9.99 a month, which allows them unlimited access to all the magazines listed on the Readly catalog. The app is available for Android, iOS, and Windows 8.

Readly co-founder Henrik Barck on Fox Business

Readly co-founder Henrik Barck on Fox Business

News   •   Dec 10, 2013 18:10 EST

Readly e-Magazine App Allows Unlimited Reading for $9.99 PM

Readly e-Magazine App Allows Unlimited Reading for $9.99 PM

News   •   Dec 10, 2013 17:48 EST

Readly launched a new app that follows the Netflix model for reading emagazines. The subscribers pay $9.99 a month, which allows them unlimited access to all the magazines listed on the Readly catalog.

Readly eMagazine App Allows Unlimited Reading For $9.99 PM

Readly eMagazine App Allows Unlimited Reading For $9.99 PM

News   •   Dec 10, 2013 17:37 EST

Posted by MioBook on 17 novembre 2013 under NEWS Readly launched a new app that follows the Netflix model for reading emagazines. The subscribers pay $9.99 a month, which allows them unlimited access to all the magazines listed on the Readly catalog.See it on Scoop.it, via MioBook.

Readly in AdAge

Readly in AdAge

News   •   Dec 10, 2013 17:31 EST

This new ad campaign may be in response to the entrance of a new competitor, Readly. Sebastian adds, “The business model got an endorsement of sorts this week when Next Issue Media got a new competitor: Sweden-based Readly, which also sells digital access to a collection of titles for $9.99 a month. It rolled out in Sweden in March, according to Henrik Barck, the company’s co-founder.”

Re-Post of Readly in AdAge

Re-Post of Readly in AdAge

News   •   Dec 10, 2013 17:24 EST

Next Issue Media got a new competitor: Sweden-based Readly, which also sells digital access to a collection of titles for $9.99 a month."

Readly eMagazine App Allows Unlimited Reading For $9.99 PM

News   •   Dec 10, 2013 17:17 EST

Readly launched a new app that follows the Netflix model for reading emagazines. The subscribers pay $9.99 a month, which allows them unlimited access to all the magazines listed on the Readly catalog. The app is available for Android, iOS, and Windows 8, which pretty much covers the entire mobile devices landscape.

Readly eMagazine App Allows Unlimited Reading For $9.99 PM By Sovan Mandal

Readly eMagazine App Allows Unlimited Reading For $9.99 PM By Sovan Mandal

News   •   Dec 10, 2013 16:50 EST

Readly launched a new app that follows the Netflix model for reading emagazines. The subscribers pay $9.99 a month, which allows them unlimited access to all the magazines listed on the Readly catalog. The app is available for Android, iOS, and Windows 8, which pretty much covers the entire mobile devices landscape. Readly also allows each subscription to be shared on up to five different devices.

Good-e-reader review of Readly

Good-e-reader review of Readly

News   •   Dec 10, 2013 16:46 EST

Readly e-magazine app allows unlimited reading for $9.99 PM

Fox Business News - Readly in Talks with Major Publishers

Fox Business News - Readly in Talks with Major Publishers

News   •   Dec 10, 2013 15:48 EST

Readly co-founder, Henrik Barck, on offering digital readers access to magazines online. November 21, 2013

Readly - All magazines for the price of a few!

Readly - All magazines for the price of a few!

News   •   Dec 10, 2013 15:38 EST

Unlimited, fast and easy access to all your favourite magazines, wherever, whenever. You need a Readly account to log in. Key features: - With Readly you’ll get all your favorite magazines in one single app. - One flat rate subscription gives unlimited “All you can read” access to all featured titles (including back issues). One of the fastest magazine readers available.

Ad Age - New Competition Arrives in the Form of Readly

Ad Age - New Competition Arrives in the Form of Readly

News   •   Dec 06, 2013 12:37 EST

As Next Issue struggles to expand their audience, they face new competition from Readly entering the market.