NME has launched a new application for the iPhone – at 59p a download.
The application will offer users ‘iconic images’ from the magazine and photos from the app can also be bought. The bought images can be uploaded to Facebook or saved to your mobile, a release from publisher IPC explained.
The application has been developed by Umee using their Umee Mobile for iPhone platform.
NME recently launched another app for iPhone, the NME Radio app, which enabled users to purchase and download songs as they are played on the station.
Today’s launch follows recent iPhone app releases by several publishers. The Financial Times launched its iPhone app in July. It provided registered users with access to 10 articles a month and access for paying subscribers to more articles and market tracking tools.
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