Axel Springer introduces iPhone apps with monthly fees

Axel Springer introduces iPhone apps with monthly fees

In an effort to squeeze more money from its internet operations, German publisher Axel Springer AG is introducing iPhone applications with monthly subscription fees for two newspapers. The Bild app will allow users to “shake” the clothes off the paper’s naked front page girls.

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