As of October 18th, 2017, our paid subscriptions for MageBridge are no longer available. If you want to use MageBridge for Magento 1, you can. Just browse to GitHub and use the sources as you see fit - they work fine with Magento 1 and Joomla 3. We have multiple reasons for this drastic change.
We hope you understand our point of view and therefore, our decision - how tough as it might seem.
We have stated in the past that MageBridge will support Magento 2 partially. This will be done on a per-custom-project basis. We do not expect a bridge to make Magento 2 easier to use for Joomla administrators. However, there might still be the need for password exchange between the systems, Single-Sign In, possibly Single-Sign On, block forwarding. These separate features will be developed perhaps under the label of MageBridge. However, we will definitely not sell subscriptions to allow for usage of these extensions: Either they will be custom developed, or they will be offered for free on GitHub.