Nextory launches magazine in Sweden - signs an agreement with Aller Media

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Nextory, one of Europe's fastest growing streaming services for audiobooks and e-books, has signed an agreement with the media house Aller Media and is now launching digital magazines. Thereby, the company broadens its offering on the Swedish market and becomes the first streaming service in Sweden to offer both books and magazines - in the same app.

Nextory's launch of magazines in Sweden is in line with the company's strategy to add several different media formats to enrich its subscribers' experience. Since before, Nextory also offers newspapers and magazines in Spain and France.

– We are very happy that Aller Media is now on board as the first newspaper publisher in Nextory's Swedish app. Our subscribers have requested magazines and expressed that it would be convenient to have books and magazines in one app. Therefore, this investment is a natural step for us. This will enrich the experience in the app, without costing our subscribers anything extra, says Magnus Nytell, Chief Content Officer at Nextory.

We are very pleased to have an agreement with Nextory and we look forward to growing together. The fact that even more readers now get access to our magazines via a platform that suits them is great, says Hanne Nikolaisen, Chief Commercial Officer at Aller Media.

More publishers on the way
Nextory is currently in discussions with several other publishers and expects to soon add additional magazines and newspapers to its catalog. The hope is to soon be able to offer magazines in English and other European languages.

Carolina Laurén
Head of PR

Nextory is one of Europe's largest streaming services for audiobooks and e-books. The app was founded in 2015 by the serial entrepreneurs Shadi Bitar and Ninos Malki. Since then, the company has developed into a fast-growing platform that enables unlimited distribution of stories and knowledge in various digital formats. Together with the subscribers, Nextory shares a great passion for literature of all kinds and strives to be an independent and natural place where everyone can easily find their next stories. This goes hand in hand with the vision to increase reading around the world to enrich people's lives and thereby contribute to increased well-being, personal development and strengthened democracy. Today, Nextory's catalog contains over 1 million titles and the app is available in ten markets around Europe, with headquarters in Stockholm. Read more at