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Digit is an Indian monthly technology magazine published by 9.9 Media. According to the last Indian Readership Survey results that mentioned it[1] (IRS 2011 Q1) it has a readership of about 270,000. .[citation needed][2] The IRS surveys have always shown Digit to be the most read technology magazine in India, higher than even the combined readership of its peers. It is circulated in India officially, but also reaches Nepal, Sri Lanka, Oman, Dubai and some other countries through unofficial channels. It was started in 2001 by Jasubhai Digital Media Pvt. Ltd, a company that was later acquired by 9.9 Media in 2007.

Each issue of Digit includes a magazine, one dual-layer DVD called alpha, a SKOAR! dual-layer DVD, a mini-book called Fast Track, and a lifestyle supplement called DGT. Fast Track is an in-depth reference guide to any given sub-topic of information technology, such as web publishing and open source software, or a product, such as Photoshop. The detail in the Fast Track series ranges from the beginner to the intermediate and often with references to advanced content.

There are three special issues every year: Anniversary Special (June), Diwali Shopping Special (October), Collector's Edition (December), which have additional content, contests and digital media along with the regular package.

Digit has recently launched Digit TV. The October 2009 issue of Digit came with one DVD of Digit TV featuring a Video Buying Guide.

In 2013, Digit introduced a supplement to the magazine named DGT which focuses on lifestyle technology rather than mainstream technology.

On May 30, 2014, Digit's website got a new address - On the occasion of magazine's 13th anniversary, Digit got a brand new look and a responsive design for its website with some added features in the form of "Digit Rewards".

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