Next Issue is the Netflix for magazines mobile app. They launched for Android devices a little over three months ago and today they are finally available for iOS devices, today.
The company has five top magazine publishers with them (Conde Nast, Hearst, Meredith, Time and News Corp). Next Issue will offer subscribers access to its library of 39 titles. Curious customers can try it out for free for 30 days, and after the first 30 days, it's $10 a month and will give you access to the monthlies and bi-monthlies.
Engadget reports that Next Issue Media LLC plans to double its magazine library by the end of the year. "The biggest caveat, it seems, is that content providers have the prerogative to make a title available on one platform but not the other, so don't count on the iOS and Android apps offering identical selections."
Customer reviews have yet to be posted, but here's the question. How will this affect existing subscribers of say Conde Nast magazines like GQ and Wired if people have already bought them through Newsstand?