Software company Babya has announced it is to launch its “digital storefront” for magazines in May.
Unlike the similar service proposed by joint venture from Conde Nast, Hearst, Meredith, News Corp, and Time Inc. which mainly will include paid content, Babya’s service will focus on freely available content.
Babya also released details today about its digital storefront for magazines.
The details released are that Babya’s content will be free and other content can be paid or free.
Content can be “purchased” wth one click and can be in PDF or HTML files.
Babya has suggested that Conde Nast, Hearst, Meredith, News Corp, and Time Inc. are welcome to join our service and says it’s “digital storefront” is not just a software standard-but a fully fledged delivery platform and will be hosted on the company’s website.
The chief executive officer (CEO) of Babya’s A.A. Fussy said, “We are excited by the prospects of our digital storefront for magazines-we’d like other publishers to join too.” In addition he said, “We think our “digital storefront” will be Apple tablet ready-that’s upping the ante on competitors.
The company has said it plans to launch their “digital storefront” in May.
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