Magazine publisher Conde Nast has actually partnered with Amazon for a brand-new ‘All Access’ collaboration that enables customers to subscribe and manage their print and digital publication subscriptions through a single site.

The program lets readers sign up for a variety of Conde Nast titles at initial rates of $3-6 for a six-month print and digital subscription with support for the iPad, Kindle Fire, Nook and many Android devices. All Access offers Bon Appetit, Glamour, Golf Digest, Lucky, Vanity Fair, Vogue, and Wired at launch and will acquire the rest of Conde’s collection by the end of the year.

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With ‘All Access,’ customers can utilize their Amazon account to quickly buy, handle and renew their print and digital magazine subscriptions through Condé Nast and Amazon sites, mobile, direct-mail advertising and various other marketing stations. The new service likewise provides customers instant access to their digital magazines on the device or platform of their selection, consisting of Kindle Fire, iPad, Android tablets and phones, to name a few.

“Incorporating Condé Nast’s essential material with Amazon’s 1-Click buying platform is a huge succeed,’ said Bob Sauerberg, head of state of Condé Nast. “Our prominent and loyal customers wish to be the first to understand, investment and share, which is why we wished to be the first to establish a service like ‘All Access’ with Amazon, the world’s most trusted and proven e-commerce platform.”

Conde Nast was among the first publishers to provide In-App Subscriptions for the iPad when that feature first launched, but those subscriptions are digital just and don’t consist of the print variations.