As noted by The Verge Texture recently sent emails to its users letting them know that the Windows service will be disctinued June 30, and the company has also added a notice its website.
Texture indicates that the Windows applicati, which has not been updated for some time, is being closed to "make things work well". The abandment of the applicati may have been the horiz, regardless of the acquisiti by Apple the basis of its infrequent updates and bad reviews.
Texture is a gateway to the world's best magazines. For things to work well, older versis of the applicati sometimes have to be removed. After June 30, 2018, the Windows Texture applicati will no lger be available. Your Texture subscripti will ctinue to be available compatible phes or tablets iOS or Android and Fire HD tablets, as well as permanent access to all the magazines you have selected as favorites.
Windows users who lose access to Texture via the Windows platform will ctinue to access Texture using smartphes and tablets running iOS or Android, but there will be more way to read Texture magazines a Windows PC.
Apple announced plans to acquire Texture in mid-March. At the time, Apple's iTunes chief, Eddy Cue, said that Apple was "engaged in quality journalism from reliable sources and allowing magazines to ctinue producing beautifully designed stories." and attractive to users ".
For those unfamiliar with the service, Texture offers subscribers unlimited access to more than 200 digital magazines for $ 9.99 per mth. Available titles include Cosmopolitan, People, Better Homes and Gardens, Time, Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes, Cde Nast Traveler, Allure, Billboard, Town & Country, ELLE, Good Housekeeping, Natial Geographic, Rolling Ste, Vogue, and more.
Rumors suggest that Apple plans to use its acquisiti of Texture to launch an Apple News upgrade applicati with a subscripti – based news service that would include the optis of a new subscripti. subscripti to Texture magazine.
The subscripti opti to the informati, which would be similar to Apple Music, but for news and magazines, would give a boost to the growing category of news services. Apple.