Wprost Kiosk

Wprost Kiosk


WPROST KIOSK integrates all titles published by Platforma Mediowa Point Group into one app. Apart from the WPROST weekly, readers now have access to opinion weekly called DO RZECZY, monthly Historia Do Rzeczy, WPROST BIZNES as well as special editions of all these titles and archive issues of FILM.

WPROST, DO RZECZY and HISTORIA DO RZECZY are available as single issues and in subscription. WPROST and DO RZECZY can be purchased in a monthly and annual subscription. The price of a single issue in subscription is lower than the one bought separately.

WPROST is one of the most influential weekly news magazines in Poland. It is published by Agencja Wydawniczo-Reklamowa WPROST. The editor in chief of the WPROST weekly is Sylwester Latkowski, one of the best known Polish journalists. The first issue of WPROST came out on 5 December 1982. It was then published in Poznań and tackled mainly regional matters. In 1989 WPROST became a national magazine, gaining new readers and the position of the biggest opinion weekly in Poland. In terms of popularity in Poland, the magazine enjoys reputation comparable with that of The Economist or Time.

DO RZECZY is headed by Paweł Lisicki. The first issue came out on 25 January 2013. The magazine is both conservative and liberal It is conservative, because it respects the Christian tradition and refers to sound and well-established ethical values in public life. It is liberal, because it supports free market economy. It’s authors include Paweł Lisicki, Bronisław Wildstein, Rafał Ziemkiewicz, Piotr Semka, Cezary Gmyz, Piotr Gabryel, Marek Magierowski, Andrzej Horubała, Waldemar Łysiak, Tomasz Wróblewski, Agnieszka Rybak and many other well-known and respected journalists.

FILM was the oldest Polish film magazine published since 1946. Platforma Mediowa Point Group stopped publishing it in June this year. FILM gave the latest news about movie premieres, the industry and portrayed artists making films and television productions. For over fifty years FILM organized one of the most prestigious Polish movie awards - Złote Kaczki Awards.

Recent changes:
- all PMPG magazines in one app called Wprost Kiosk: Wprost, Do Rzeczy, Historia Do Rzeczy, Wydania specjalne i archive issues of Film
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WPROST KIOSK integrates all titles published by Platforma Mediowa Point Group into one app. Apart from the WPROST weekly, readers now have access to opinion weekly called DO RZECZY, monthly Historia Do Rzeczy, WPROST BIZNES as well as special editions of all these titles and archive issues of FILM.

WPROST, DO RZECZY and HISTORIA DO RZECZY are available as single issues and in subscription. WPROST and DO RZECZY can be purchased in a monthly and annual subscription. The price of a single issue in subscription is lower than the one bought separately.

WPROST is one of the most influential weekly news magazines in Poland. It is published by Agencja Wydawniczo-Reklamowa WPROST. The editor in chief of the WPROST weekly is Sylwester Latkowski, one of the best known Polish journalists. The first issue of WPROST came out on 5 December 1982. It was then published in Poznań and tackled mainly regional matters. In 1989 WPROST became a national magazine, gaining new readers and the position of the biggest opinion weekly in Poland. In terms of popularity in Poland, the magazine enjoys reputation comparable with that of The Economist or Time.

DO RZECZY is headed by Paweł Lisicki. The first issue came out on 25 January 2013. The magazine is both conservative and liberal It is conservative, because it respects the Christian tradition and refers to sound and well-established ethical values in public life. It is liberal, because it supports free market economy. It’s authors include Paweł Lisicki, Bronisław Wildstein, Rafał Ziemkiewicz, Piotr Semka, Cezary Gmyz, Piotr Gabryel, Marek Magierowski, Andrzej Horubała, Waldemar Łysiak, Tomasz Wróblewski, Agnieszka Rybak and many other well-known and respected journalists.

FILM was the oldest Polish film magazine published since 1946. Platforma Mediowa Point Group stopped publishing it in June this year. FILM gave the latest news about movie premieres, the industry and portrayed artists making films and television productions. For over fifty years FILM organized one of the most prestigious Polish movie awards - Złote Kaczki Awards.

Recent changes:
- all PMPG magazines in one app called Wprost Kiosk: Wprost, Do Rzeczy, Historia Do Rzeczy, Wydania specjalne i archive issues of Film

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A Google User
Jun 19, 2014
Extremely buggy.
A Google User
Jun 3, 2014
Crash Zawartość w porządku, ale aplikacja cały czas crashuje.
A Google User
Jun 8, 2013
Horrible app Do not waist time to install. Not reliable.
A Google User
May 21, 2013
Wymaga wiele pracy Aplikacja ma wiele, wiele braków. Po pierwsze, nie wszystkie elementy mieszczą się na ekranie, i to nie tylko na ekranie smartphone'a, ale nawet tabletu! Ponadto tryb czytania to po prostu gazeta w formie pdf-u. Każdy kawałek artykułu trzeba przybliżać co jest bardzo niewygodne. Wyraźnie brakuje "inteligentnego" sposobu wyświetlenia tekstu na małym ekranie. W zasadzie jedynym plusem jest to, że gazeta zakupiona na tablecie była również od razu dostępna na telefonie dzięki synchronizacji z kontem Google.
A Google User
Mar 25, 2013
Tragedia Na SIII. Powolna aplikacja. Przy zmianie orientacji ekranu ekran gasnie i laduje sie na nowo. Domyslnie wyswietla Wprost. Gdy chce przejsc do Do Rzeczy - klops. Nie pozwala. Odinstalowuje. Najgorsza aplikacja jaka uzywalem od 3 lat.