World Plus digital magazine platform launches in JapanSociety
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/. A soft launch of World Plus (W+), an innovative and truly digital magazine publishing platform produced by a team of Mongolian developers of the World Plus International, Inc, was held in Tokyo, Japan on October 2.
The application delivers an interactive reading experience of the most popular magazines from around the world in six different languages, Mongolian, English, Japanese, Chinese, Malay and Indonesian.
While reading magazines or articles, the users are able enjoy new innovative ways to read magazines, by watching high resolution sneak peeks of cover interviews, photo shoots, how-to videos, trailers, clips, listening to high-quality and non-stop streaming music and visiting online stores offered by publishers and advertisers.
More than 78 magazines and journals have already joined the World Plus digital magazine platform, such as Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Harper's Bazaar, Esquire, Men's Folio, Asian scientist, Torque, HWM, The Peak, Home decor, Shape, CLEO Malaysia, Forbes Mongolia, Niislel Guide, Asia Mining and so on.
Founders of the application emphasized that the World Plus gives a chance to keep pace with global intellectual advancements regardless of the location. The app developers, who recently hosted a launch event of the World Plus app in Singapore, have set a goal to bring 500 best and well-known magazines in 10 languages into their platform and to have five million users in the near future. The World Plus app is available for download on iOS and Android.