Apple’s News+ subscription service is now available in Australia

Australia is the third country in the world to get Apple News+, a magazine and newspaper subscription service that provides users with access to hundreds of publications digitally.

A$14.99/m gets you The Wall Street Journal, Rolling Stone and National Geographic, News Corp’s junk and a couple of Aussie mags like Women’s Health, Vogue & Delicious.

Worth it? Perhaps if you subscribe to those types of magazines and enjoy reading The Australian? Probably not for most of you.

You can sign up for a 1 month free trial if you want to test the waters yourself.

Source: How Much Apple News+ Costs In Australia | Gizmodo Australia

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