Pixel Mags Adds Canadian Currency Support to Branded Webstand

To provide support to the several Canadian publishing partners, Pixel Mags has added Canadian Currency support to their Branded Webstand.

San Diego, CA, November 19, 2017 — Pixel Mags, Inc has added Canadian Currency support to their Branded Webstand.

Branded Webstand is a customizable web-based Newsstand store, which allows publishers to upload their magazines for web browser reading. Users will be able to purchase and read magazines on any desktop or mobile device web browser directly from publisher websites.

To provide support to the several Canadian publishing partners, Pixel Mags has expanded the currency types accepted to include the Canadian dollar. “After review of our currency supported and based on the large number of Canadian publishers we support, we deemed this integration absolutely necessary,” stated Amin Soleimani, the Senior database developer at Pixel Mags. “We’re committed to providing for the needs of all our publishing partners in any way we can.”

Pixel Mags, Inc. is among the early pioneers of digital content distribution. It was one of the first to make magazines available for iPhones, creating downloadable branded apps for individual publications. It has become part of Solaris Power Cell, Inc. but continues to function as a separate entity.

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