Africa’s most influential business magazine, Forbes Africa has released its apps across multiple platforms to help you stay on top of the most influential business people in Africa, even on the go.
The magazine helps readers connect the dots, form patterns and see beyond the obvious, giving them a completely different perspective. It also delivers sharp, in-depth and engaging stories by looking at global and domestic issues from an African prism.
The magazine app is currently available for iOS, Android, Amazon and Windows 8 devices for free download, although you would need to subscribe in-app to read the magazine with a 1-year subscription costing $32.99 (about N5,000), which is automatically renewed until it’s cancelled.
“People have been asking about introducing an app for a while now,” said Chief Editor of Forbes Africa magazine, Chris Bishop. “We are very pleased that it is finally here, we know we have a good product and this opens it up to a whole new audience which we believe is waiting Forbes Africa.”
Forbes Africa released the first edition of its magazine in October 2011 and has featured in its cover story, notable African business people such as South African mining tycoon, Patrice Motsepe and Nigerian telecoms magnate, Hakeem Belo-Osagie.
The magazine recently launched its first French language edition, Forbes Afrique.