Digital Edition Briefs | 1.30.14
SportsmanLife, Forbes, and Issuuâ€¦
Spring release set for SportsmanLife.
SportsmanLife, the official publication of the Professional Outdoor Media Association, will launch in April 2014. The all-digital magazineâ€™s content will include articles, images, videos and more. Publishers of the quarterly are Earth Sports Redux, LLC and Labyrinth Holdings.
Forbes introduces a limited social network.
Forbes has partnered with MAZ in creating a new addition to its iOS app. â€śStreamâ€ť is a content-sharing tool between Forbes readers, allowing them to share and save visual content within a Forbes-only â€śmini social network.â€ť Forbesâ€™ new magazine app for iOS also features redesigned issues, starting with the annual â€ś30 under 30â€ť issue, that are optimized specifically for tablet and mobile devices.Â
SBMS complements its digital magazine with podcast.
Todayâ€™s Small Business, the newly launched digital bimonthly from Superior Business Management Solutions offers business advice, tools and news to entrepreneurs. Content for the magazine is written exclusively by entrepreneurs and small business owners. Currently available via the company website and Issuu.com, the magazine, which will release its second issue in February, kicked off a companion podcast in January via BlogTalkRadio.Â
Issuu makes global publications available for any Android Device.
Issuu has launched a new free Android app on Google Play that enables users to read, collect and share more than 15 million digital global magazines and catalogues on any Android device. Users can download the new app at http://bit.ly/IssuuonAndroid.Â