Readmore is an Amsterdam-based startup that makes it easy for publishers to publish their magazines across multiple platforms and devices. With Readmore, you can create and launch your own magazine app without any design or programming experience. The company was founded in 2011, shortly after the iPad was released. Three years later, over 30,000 people and organizations in 140 countries are using Readmore to publish their own digital magazine, including global brands like Rolling Stone and Stuff magazine. Today, we are happy to announce that Readmore is expanding its offering for publishers by introducing print on demand with Peecho!
Motivated by a simple goal: making life easier for both big and small publishers
Digital publishing can be quite daunting. If you’re an established publisher, you need to worry about reaching your readers on the web and on mobile devices in the most cost-efficient way. If you’re a small publisher, you may struggle to find a solution that will help you get started and grow with your audience as it expands. Readmore’s mission is to tackle these issues by making it incredibly easy to publish a magazine, reach a large audience, and monetize your readership. As Mick Niepoth, the company’s founder, puts it: “Readmore is extremely customer-centric. Our main motivation has always come from our clients. Since our beginnings, we’ve been a team of dedicated designers, engineers and business developers, bent on creating a new kind of publishing tool.”
Readmore supports a variety of devices, including iPhone, iPad, Windows 8, Android and Kindle. The company’s toolset also allows you to make your magazine available on PDF through a slick HTML5 reader.
Readmore’s new print on demand feature uses Peecho’s API to let publishers order copies of their magazines or enable print on demand for their readers. That way, anyone who wants to get a physical copy can easily place an order and get it delivered to their home. Print for digital publishers has never been easier!