Mag+ makes price adjustments for 2014
The digital publishing platform company Mag+ today announced to its registered customers that it would be making price adjustments to its license offering beginning in the New Year. Rather than having publishers pay an additional charge for creating digital editions for more than one platform or device, Mag+ will now incorporate use a one-price for all platforms/devices pricing schedule.
“Over the next few years, there will be more mobile devices in use than people on the planet,” Gregg Hano told customers in an email. “As the appetite for digital consumption on touchscreens continues to increase, Mag+ wants to make it more cost-effective for you to take advantage of this ever-growing opportunity.”
Starting on January 1, 2014, the license price for a single app will remain at $999 but will now include multiple devices.
The monthly license will rise to $499 from $399, but will now include all devices. Those customers currently paying $399 for one device can remain on their plans indefinitely, the company said. If they would like to add other devices they can move to the $499 pricing schedule.
Hano wrote that any publisher looking to publish their apps before the New Year can contact their Mag+ sales rep to take advantage of the new pricing.