Magzter has now crossed 50 million downloads. This milestone has become possible due to the digital platform's consistent efforts in introducing innovative new features every month to attract new users across the globe.
In addition to Magzter's iOS and Android apps, Magzter also powers more than 7,000 magazine apps. Magzter's catalogue of 10,500+ magazines from 4,000+ publishers spreads across 40+ categories and 60+ languages.
"At Magzter, it has been a dream journey so far for us and I would like to extend my heartfelt thanks to our publishers, users and other strategic partners, who have been offering their unflinching support to us over the years. Kudos to the team at Magzter for giving their best every single day, without which this feat could not have been achieved! There are more than 1.5 Billion readers who still consume print magazines globally and we believe Magzter will be their reading destination of choice as they look for digital reading options," said Girish Ramdas, CEO of Magzter.
"We are ecstatic to know that we are trusted by over 50 million users across the world to fulfill their reading needs. This feat has increased our responsibility and we will continue to push our boundaries to take Magzter to new audiences and geographies. We are quite confident that we will the hit the 100 million user mark soon," added Vijay Radhakrishnan, president of Magzter.
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