Shocker: Digital Magazines Not Popular On iPads With Internet Access
When I was a kid, I had a subscription to Disney Adventures magazine. It was the only magazine I’ve ever had a subscription for. I read it for comics and stories. As I grew older, I picked up a couple issues of Maxim magazine, as every 14-year-old boy is wont to do. That magazine had celebrity interviews, features on gadgets or toys for men, and even men’s fashion. To say nothing of the hot girls. And while I never got into other magazines, I knew there were magazines devoted to everything from celebrity gossip to puzzles to sports to fitness to cars.
Then I discovered the internet. And I stopped paying $5 a pop for magazines.