Posted on Monday, November 30th, 2009 by Annat Katz
Maggwire – Don’t you just hate it when you flip through a magazine while you’re in line at the cashier’s, debating whether you should spend money on a magazine issue you’ll read once and then it’s off to the paper recycling bin? And what about those subscription pitch postcards that always fall out of the pages? It’s time to upgrade to a more efficient, engaging and paper-free magazine experience. Maggwire is a magazine aggregator that does a terrific job in offering you free posts of top magazines, and learns to recognize your preferences as you go. This way, Maggwire recommends new magazines and articles you will probably enjoy discovering.
Maggwire offers a huge collection of over 600 magazines online, and the platform itself is intuitive, nice to look at and easy to get addicted to. Users can also rate articles, so you can get an idea of just how good an article is before reading it. To give you an example, here are the search results for Cooking. See how the articles rated the highest show up first. That’s an added bonus in my book. See also the variety of articles offered for the topic World News. If you wish, you can also browse the articles by checking out the Top Magazines and start your Maggwire adventure there.