Magpile lets readers list the magazines they own and keep track of issues they want. Users can discover new magazines by browsing the archive and by seeing what their friends are reading.
Magpile's wiki-style database of magazines is quickly becoming an important online resource for publishers and their readers. Users can contribute to Magpile's one-of-a-kind archive, helping to bring all the world's magazines together in one place.
The new Magpile Store brings magazines from all over the world to one centralised shopping platform, allowing magazines to sell globally, and readers to get their hands on magazines that are hard to find.
"There really is nothing like going to a good newsstand and rifling through some titles you've never seen before. But I think this is maybe a good way of knowing what to look for when I'm there."
— David Michon, Monocle magazine managing editor, speaking on Monocle 24
"With a variety of features, [Magpile] might lend new social-networking energy to print magazines."
— PBS MediaShift
"Magpile is a great new way of sharing your favourite magazines, finding out what your friends are enjoying, and generally bigging up magazines. Why wouldn’t you, you magaholic, want to be involved in that?"
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