App Store, Meet Tsugi

Tsugi magazine is the latest amongst a host of French titles to make its début in the App Store through Exact Editions.

Launched in October 2007, with an ethos that we are living in a musical and cultural revolution, Tsugi allows its readers to discover new musical trends every month and gives them the tools to decode them.

Since music today is continually evolving, genres often overlap therefore creating new styles which sometimes cause a kind of confusion. Tsugi’s mission is to anticipate these new musical tropes, as well as to anticipate them.

A subscription to the new Tsugi digital edition will unlock access to a magazine enriched with video clips, photos and interactive links, on your iPad and/or iPhone.

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Tsugi on the App Store

So Film UK Hits the App Store

So Film UK is new to the App Store today.

Brand new to the UK market, this off-beat movie magazine celebrates the maverick side of movies and TV. It’s the only magazine that mixes history, sports, society and politics to deal with the film, its legends and its sidelines.

It joins So Film España and the original So Film Français on Apple’s Newsstand, to complete So Film’s big bilingual family.

Take a peek at it in the App Store here or read more about the launch over at InPublishing.

So Film UK

Bienvenido, So Film España

Ay caramba! So Film España está disponible ahora en tableta y smartphone.

For those of you not that way inclined (Spanish), I hasten to add that So Film’s Spanish counterpart is new to the App Store today. It joins the French version in So Film’s big bilingual Newsstand family. Watch this space for the English version, coming soon from Exact Editions.

So Film Espagna