The app aims to provide readers with celebrity news ,gossip and images straight to their iPhones and Android-enabled devices for £1.19 for a 30-day subscription.
Alongside the unique Twitter feeds, other features of the app include film, music and TV news, exclusive Biz bites, and video and photo galleries. Users will also be able to view the print edition of Bizarre from the previous week and that day’s paper.
The launch also comes as the Financial Times claims its free iPad app has brought it more than £1m in advertising revenue since it was launched in May.
‘Ben Hughes, who is also the paper’s [FT] global commercial director, said more than 400,000 subscribers have signed up for the app. He added that it now accounts for 10% of the paper’s new digital subscriptions.”