The Brixner, a German-language local magazine in South Tyrol/Alto Adige, Italy, has been published monthly since 1990 and is distributed free of charge to around 11,000 households in Brixen (Bressanone) and vicinity. Since 2010, it can also be read as an e-paper on the Internet, and beginning in 2012, the Brixner also appears as BrixnerPlus: with the iOS app, the reader receives the Brixner enhanced with multimedia content.
The Brixner is a magazine with deep local roots which contains reports in the areas of politics, culture, sports, clubs and associations, and business. In South Tyrol/Alto Adige, the magazine is regarded as the model of an excellently conceived and formulated local publication.
The headquarters of the editorial offices are located in Brixen, and the editor-in-chief is Willy Vontavon.
The Brixner app is available to you free of charge in the Apple App Store. In the app, you will find the title pages of all of the issues that are available, which you can then also read immediately or download free of charge on your Apple device. There are thus no longer any boundaries to your reading pleasure: in offline mode, you no longer need an Internet connection to access the Brixner or the corresponding multimedia content such as videos, audio recordings, and image galleries.
In this release we have ensured the app's stability on the new iOS versions.
- Brixmedia srl
- 109.9 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Norwegian Bokmål, Portuguese, Russian
- Age Rating
- © 1990 Brixmedia GmbH
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.