Readly, the digital platform allowing subscribers access to numerous UK magazines for a single monthly subscription, has launched a new keyword search function which collates and returns results from across the broad catalogue of print magazines and back issues available on the Readly platform.
Readly’s keyword search will enable its subscribers to instantaneously access relevant content from the entire range of magazine sources.
Readly, which was recently awarded ‘App of the Year’ by the Professional Publishers Association (PPA), provides subscribers with access to 267 UK magazine titles, including Stuff, Grazia, T3, OK, Country Living, Marie Claire, Top Sante, Heat, Saga, NME, delicious, FHM and The Beano.Users can also access 529 magazines internationally, including titles such as Men’s Health and Rolling Stone from the US, Elle from France and many more from Germany, Sweden, India and The Philippines.
Readly also provides access to a minimum of 12 months of back issues and is constantly adding new publishers to the roster – most recently Bauer Media Group, Immediate Media Co. and Northern & Shell.
Readly UK MD, Ranj Begley, said:
“Readly’s new search function has the power to truly revolutionise the way in which we consume magazines; it takes the reader straight to what they’re looking for and refines interests in a way that wasn’t previously possible.”
In September, Readly was granted accreditation by the Audit Bureau of Circulation (ABC), the industry-owned auditor for the media industry in the UK. The ABC provides an independent verification of circulation/data figures to facilitate the buying and selling of advertising space within UK national newspapers and magazines.