The Guardian Has Made About £250k From iPhone Subscribers

By: Robert Andrews | PaidContent.org

Six months after revising its iPhone app on a subscription model, Guardian.co.uk is at two crossroads – 1) its first subscribers must this month consider whether to pay to renew, 2) Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) will also this month start requiring 30 percent of what the publisher makes.

Releasing stats, Guardian News & Media says the app was downloaded 403,388 times since the January revision. After a free trial, 67,258 people went on to subscribe – in the UK, 72 percent of them for one year (£3.99), 28 percent for six months (£2.99)

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