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Cafeyn launches daily newspapers – now offering The Guardian, The Observer, The Independent, The Evening Standard and more

27th May 2020
London, 27th May, 2020 — Cafeyn, the popular information streaming service, announces the launch of a number of major daily UK newspapers to the Cafeyn platform, enabling readers to access daily news and current affairs in addition to an extensive range of magazines.

Cafeyn continues to build upon its catalogue in pursuit of its mission to empower readers to discover a range of new, quality content and be inspired by a diversity of information. With a Cafeyn Unlimited subscription, readers can now keep themselves informed, with leading UK daily newspapers, such as The Independent, The Guardian, The Observer and The Evening Standard; along with additional magazines associated with these newspapers. Cafeyn has applied its Smart Reader technology to its newspapers to create a comfortable reading experience on smartphones and tablets.

Cafeyn subscribers will now be able to read the following:

The Guardian*
The Observer*
The Independent*
The Evening Standard*
The Guardian Weekend
The Guardian Weekly
The Observer Food Monthly
The Observer Magazine
*available to read using Cafeyn Smart reader

Charlotte Varnham, Publisher Relationship Manager at Cafeyn said, “Welcoming newspapers is an exciting development for Cafeyn and our publishing strategy in the UK. We are delighted to be able to offer quality journalism to our readers and it is a pleasure working with Guardian News & Media and ESI Media.’Sophie Hanbury, Director of Syndication and Licensing Partnerships, ESI Media “As The Independent and Evening Standard reach an ever-greater number of readers throughout the world, we are delighted to partner with Cafeyn as part of their expansion into the UK newspaper market. Cafeyn handles several successful partnerships throughout Europe, and as pioneers in the information streaming market, offers an excellent platform for bringing award-winning journalism from the Independent and Evening Standard, to new audiences.”Guardian News & Media: “Our strategy is to broaden the readership of our newspapers, making them available through Cafeyn allows us to do that. We are looking forward to a long and successful partnership.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cafeyn can be downloaded from the Apple or Google Play Stores and is accessible via mobile, tablet or computer. Subscribers can try one month for 99p, the unlimited subscription costs £7.99 per month. There is no minimum subscription period and users can cancel at any time. O2 mobile users can also access Cafeyn as part of their mobile phone contract. For some O2 subscribers this will be included as a perk for 3 or 6 months, depending on the contract.

About Cafeyn (ex LeKiosk)

Since its creation in 2006, Cafeyn’s ambition, driven by a deep passion for the media, has been to reconnect readers to the content that is relevant to them, by offering an ultra high-performance platform, based on advanced technology and backed up by a team of more than 100 people. With its expertise and a network of strategic partners, the platform offers thousands of newspapers and magazines, accessible via mobile app or website.
Since its inception, Cafeyn has continued to rapidly innovate the way it promotes information streaming, at a time when the industry is reinventing itself and the way the general public consumes information is changing.

 

Press Contact

Kitty Boyle
Alfred PR for Cafeyn UK
kitty.boyle@alfredlondon.com
T: +44 (0)207 033 6577

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