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London - Out There magazine, the world's first luxury bi-annual compendium of homoculture, voices, style and travel targeted at discerning gay men in 20 countries worldwide launched its brand new website today, providing online users with a more integrated online experience and showcasing current content across its four blogs. The website also features outline content from the magazine's printed editions, allowing readers to browse content before buying or subscribing. The website was developed by Boutique Marketing, sister organisation and co-publishers of the magazine.

Coinciding with the launch of the new site, is the magazine's announcement that it will be making its current and past issues available on iPad and other mobile devices via the AppStore and Android Marketplace. This is set to triple the magazine's distribution worldwide and offer a contemporary platform to read the magazine in addition to the luxury, printed coffee-table issues. The mobile platforms are due for launch in the first quarter of 2012, with a launch date set for the end of February.

"Expanding our digital capabilities is in line with the magazine's growth over the last 2 years since its inception in 2010. Now distributed in 20 countries worldwide, we're truly excited about expanding our digital offering and making our magazine more accessible to all types of readers, especially those in areas that we don't distribute, showcasing the people who are making an impact on gay and queer arts, activism, fashion and travel across the world - with a step away from mainstream gay-culture." - says Martin Perry, Editorial and Creative Director of Out There magazine.

For more information, please contact Eoin at the Out There PR team on 0203 286 3580.