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FlatPlan Apple News

The easy route to
millions of readers.

125 million people read 5 billion articles¹ on Apple News every month. FlatPlan empowers publishers to reach this audience in beautifully branded publications, on optimised articles built to maximise growth.

Why FlatPlan?

FlatPlan makes it easy for publishers to build their brand and their business. Here’s why.

Stand out.

Make a lasting impression with a beautifully designed, fully-branded publication, optimised for every Apple device.

Drive growth.

Turn new readers into loyal audiences with tools to increase traction, from inline Follow buttons to in-article recirculation widgets.

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Increase revenue.

Monetize with display advertising plus full support for native, affiliate, video, backfill, subscription and ecommerce revenue streams.

Measure success.

Improve audience engagement, inform editorial decisions and increase loyal readership with tools to monitor content performance.

No-code. No maintenance.

FlatPlan seamlessly handles the gathering of content, conversion of stories and delivery to Apple. It works with any CMS, sidestepping costly development sprints or maintenance.

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FlatPlan has opened up our content to a wide new audience – crucially, without infringing on our day-to-day operations or draining our resource.

Sophie Vokes-Dudgeon, Head of Digital, HELLO!

Apple News approved.

FlatPlan is an Apple News approved provider. As such, we can offer fast implementation², access to exclusive features, enhanced analytics and support from the Apple News team.