Zinio Systems Launches Mac Version of Digital Magazine Reader

Apr 11, 2003


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Zinio Systems, Inc. has launched Zinio Reader, desktop software that delivers a full magazine reading experience to computer screens, for the Apple Macintosh. The Zinio Reader for Mac OS X will offer enhanced graphics and features available only on the Mac. As part of the launch, IDG's Macworld, the premier Macintosh magazine, has been added to the company's growing stable of digital magazines. The Zinio Reader, is a free software program that automatically delivers magazine issues, including Macworld, GamePro, Seventeen, and BusinessWeek, to the reader's computer. Zinio digital magazines have the same content, graphics, and advertisements as print, combined with interactive elements such as full searchability and Web linking. Since March 2002, Zinio has delivered more than 3.5 million digital magazines to 325,000 customers in 200 countries. Zinio currently delivers more than 45 titles from 30 publishers. System requirements include: support for Mac OS X Version 10.1 and 10.2; support for all browsers; G3 or more powerful processor; video card that supports 3-D acceleration; 128MB of RAM; and 100MB of hard disk space.

(http://www.macworld.com/magazine), (http://www.zinio.com)