Ver Se Innovation’s mobile news & e-book app News Hunt has partnered to offer Delhi Press magazines for purchase on its Android app, reports NextBigWhat. The app is currently offering three of Delhi Press's magazines - The Caravan (English), Manohar Kahaniyan (Hindi) and Saras Salil (Hindi), with other magazines in the works. NewsHunt has informed that it plans to eventually offer all 37 magazines from Delhi Press on the app. The report says users can purchase these magazines through carrier billing, however we were unable to purchase any magazine items at the time of writing this article, since we were unable to proceed beyond the progress circle that appears when you tap on an item to purchase it. NewsHunt claims that it has sold around 5,000 magazine items in the first 10 days of launch. Update: The payment now works fine on Nexus 4. It offers carrier billing through Ver Se's carrier billing platform iPayy and has partnered Citrus Pay to offer credit & debit card and net banking payment options. For International users, it offers Paypal payment method. NewsHunt had forayed into e-Books in November last year, by launching a mixture of free and paid regional language e-books across four Indian languages – Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil and Marathi besides English on its Android app. In the following months, NewsHunt seems to have improved its language support and now offers e-books from eight Indian languages including Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Malayalam, Gujarati, Bengali & Kannada besides English. The company claims that it has sold around 1.5 million eBooks since…
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