This summer, it will debut tablet editions of The Daily Mirror and Daily Record. CEO Sly Bailey says the feels will be less than £10 a month. Down the road will come mobile website and apps for the company’s newspapers that will be launched with an advertiser-backed MirrorOnline app on IPhone and Android platforms. The publisher reported pre-tax profits of £74.4m, compared to £123.7m the year before. Revenues were down from £761.5m to £764.6m in the 52 weeks to 2011. Newsprint prices increased by around £22m in the period, the company said.