Easy to create & share
Fully interactive
Optimised for every screen
Real-time statistics

Online magazines that leave a lasting impression

Impress your audience by creating interactive magazines that visually tell your story and look great on any device.

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An online magazine that comes to life

Create immersive digital magazines that are 100% on-brand, fully interactive, and allow for all types of media.

  • Modern, visual appearance
  • Enriched with animations & interactions
  • Insert video, images, forms & more

Create and share without limits

Start creating immersive online magazines that can be shared everywhere.

No fixed page sizes
No printing costs
Share through every digital channel

Build and maintain long-lasting interest

Spark the curiosity of your audience with a visually attractive online magazine. Optimised for all screens, so your audience can read, and re-read, your magazine at the time that suits them best.

Structured and intuitive navigation
Custom animations, effects & interactions
Readable on every device

How our content platform works

Frequently asked questions

What kind of magazines can I create with Maglr?

Maglr is thé no-code design platform to create, share, analyse and manage all types of interactive stories. Whether you’re looking to create a brochure, report, presentation, magazine, or any other means of communication. Maglr’s interactive stories are a vital touchpoint across every step of the customer & employee journeys.

Why create an online magazine with Maglr instead of using a printed version?

Printed versions remain static, unoptimised for today’s content such as videos & pop-ups. The format also wasn’t made to be viewed on mobile devices, or to track and analyse statistics. With Maglr, you can create an interactive magazine that allows for all types of media and natively integrates with all the marketing tools you’re using today. And because of its online nature, it can easily be shared with your audience.

Can I measure the statistics of my interactive magazines?

Through the dashboard, you are able to view detailed real-time statistics of the interactive magazines you create. Through extensive filtering, you can dive deeper into the analytics per campaign, per page or even per event. If desired, we also offer the possibility to connect your own Google Analytics or Tag Manager environments. These tools can be used to natively forward the data of your magazines, so you can analyse these statistics via the tools you're already familiar with.

Can I connect Maglr with my own marketing/analytics tools & platforms?

Maglr offers many integrations with third-party applications, such as Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager. Google Tag Manager can be connected with many (re)marketing tools, CRM-platforms or analytical tools.Visitor information that is requested through forms & content gates can be natively collected through Hubspot, Mailchimp, Marketo and Pardot. It's also possible to forward this data via Zapier to 2000+ other available tools.

When I request the help of your studio, can I still edit the online magazines myself?

Maglr Studio can assist on multiple levels. From the initial strategy and the creation of your interactive magazine, to providing a detailed analysis of its achieved results. The end-result of our efforts is an interactive magazine made with our own Maglr platform, with a back-end you have access to yourself. This allows you to make simple edits (if desired), or to use this project as a template for any future interactive stories.

Are the published interactive magazine (WCAG) accessible?

At Maglr, we strive to provide creators with the right tools and a user-friendly platform to create accessible content for all audiences. An interactive online magazine that’s created with Maglr can be configured to be compliant with the WCAG guidelines. In our Pro editor, you can use our built-in Accessibility Checker to change and structure elements to become accessible to visitors of all abilities. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) are the international standards on web accessibility. These standards have been set up to improve the readability of content, so that everyone is able to perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with digital content.