Texture Drops Premium Pricing to $9.99 for Existing Subscribers

Texture, the virtual mag provider that Apple got previous this yr, not too long ago dropped its $14.99 Premium value level for current subscribers.

Texture Premium, which permits for get admission to to each weekly and per 30 days magazines, is now priced at $9.99 for all shoppers, new and current.

The value exchange used to be shared in an e-mail from Harry McCracken the day before today, and showed nowadays by way of Texture. Texture is streamlining its pricing plans and opting to promote a unmarried $9.99 plan as an alternative of more than one plans.

Texture, now owned by way of Apple, simply were given less expensive. percent.twitter.com/lqEekkuDjU

— Harry McCracken (@harrymccracken) July 12, 2018

The value of Texture Premium for new shoppers used to be dropped to $9.99 a while in the past, whilst current shoppers had nonetheless been paying $14.99 per 30 days. With the brand new pricing replace this week, all Texture shoppers are actually paying the lower price for complete get admission to to all Texture content material.

Prior to the pricing exchange for Texture Premium, Texture charged $9.99 per 30 days for get admission to to per 30 days magazines, and $14.99 per 30 days for get admission to to each weekly and per 30 days magazines, however now there is simply one plan.

For shoppers who could have been paying not up to $9.99 due to earlier promotions, pricing has no longer modified, and they’re going to nonetheless get get admission to to Texture on the cheaper price level.

Texture supplies limitless get admission to to greater than 200 virtual magazines, together with titles like Vogue, Cosmopolitan, GQ, Rolling Stone, National Geographic, People, Wired, and extra.

Rumors have urged that one day, Texture might be bundled into an Apple subscription information provider that may be offering virtual mag content material.

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