Money magazine has launched on tablets, including Apple iPad, Samsung Galaxy Tab, NOOK Tablet by Barnes & Noble, NOOK Color, and Kindle Fire.
The first edition of Money on tablet is the December 2011 issue, with the cover story Make Money in 2012, which is also available on newsstands now.
Current Money subscribers will be able to access tablet apps at no additional cost.
Money readers can access additional content that does not appear in the print edition of the magazine, and article links will open the tablet browser to additional content on CNNMoney, the online home of Money.
In addition, tablet editions of Money are designed to make navigation easy and provide an engaging user experience, taking advantage of what each tablet’s technology has to offer.
CNNMoney, the online home of Money, which draws 14 million unique visitors a month, is also a leading business news site on mobile.
Time Inc. will launch all 21 of its U.S. titles as tablet editions by the end of 2011.
To date, Time Inc.’s digital magazine and other content apps have been downloaded more than 12 million times. Time Inc. has also sold more than 700,000 digital single copies of the available titles.