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Cooking Light launches its first app for the iPad and the iPhone, The Cooking Light Quick & Healthy Menu Maker. Priced at $3.99 and sponsored by SPLENDA, the Quick & Healthy Menu Maker brings the Cooking Light brand to iOS technology with social sharing capabilities, menu-saving options, cooking, shopping and nutrition tips and editor-recommended menus. The Healthy & Quick Menu Maker also features photography...more
Though many magazines are now in the tablet game, Bonnierâ€™s Sound + Vision is using this opportunity to strengthen content in a way not possible on the printed page.
The former â€śHome Entertainment Authorityâ€ť is relaunching with a focus on entertainment devices beyond the home. Debuting in the summer June/July/August issue, expanded editorial features include a new front of book section, â€śThe Shuffleâ€ť, which includes reviews...more
VIVMag, a bi-monthly exclusively digital magazine that debuted on the Zinio platform in August 2006, is bringing their advertisements to the next level.
In an attempt to boost purchasing through digital advertising, VIVMag features ads that offer customization of products and links that lead back to purchasing options. Nicholas Pavach, the vice president of custom publishing and advertising at Zinio, says that with VIVMag,...more
While some were hesitant to hop on board with Apple after it initially announced its subscription model, more and more publishers are signing up to sell magazines under the software giantâ€™s terms.
Conde Nast announced earlier this month that several of its titles would be available for subscription purchase, with The New Yorker leading the way. Vanity Fair, Glamour, Golf Digest and Allure were...more
Zinio, the digital newsstand that has previously been available for Apple iOS users, is now entering the Android market.
Zinio can be downloaded on Android tablets, including the Motorola Xoom, LG Optimus Pad, Acer Iconia Tab a500, Samsung Galaxy Tab, Tab 10.1 and S II, the Dell Streak, the Motorola Atriz, T-Mobile G2x and G-Slate.
To drum up interest from Droid users, when Zinio is downloaded before June 15, users...more
Whether to create of an app or not was a debate for many publishers last year; this year, it seems almost a necessity. What publishers face now, as most major publications are rapidly discovering, is the obstacle of not only getting users to sample their apps, but become regular users (WIREDâ€™s iPad debut last June generated 100,000+ downloads and eclipsed print sales; in...more
With the latest slew of magazine apps launched in the past few weeks comes promising news for publishers in the digital space: publications with an Apple app have seen enough success to try their luck in the Android market.
Enter the Droid Apps
In partnership with Zumobi, Parenting Magazine (who launched their Ages & Stages app in the App Store in June 2010,) has developed their...more
Recognizing the fluid state of digital magazine publishing, the ABC board of directors has just modified a key requirement for qualifying a â€śreplicaâ€ť digital edition. Advertising in the print and digital editions no longer needs to be identical.
Up to now, the requirement for digital editions to retain identical content, whether advertising or editorial, was born out of the early days of PDF versions of print magazines. Now, however, as...more
A father gets into his car, starts the engine, and turns to the back seat where his three year old sits in her car seat. He chooses an app from his phone, hands her the device, and drives. She spends the ride touching the screen - she knows this app -- and the term "audience engagement" takes on new meaning.
That kind of sharing is becoming more common as digital offerings...more
As most publishers are scrambling to compact content (call it the Twitter effect), one company is bringing lengthy journalistic stories to digital devices.
Evan Ratliff (contributing editor at Wired Magazine, editor for Pop-Up magazine and writer for The New Yorker, Outside, Menâ€™s Journal and National Geographic) and Jefferson Rabb (programmer and Web designer for authors like Haruki Murakami and Jhumpa Lahiri) launched more
As the April 4 launch of Moving Media+ draws nearer, Bonnier Publishing is perfecting the tablet experience for industry personnel and audiences through comprehensive research that will maximize readership - and reader enjoyment - of digital tablet magazines.
Moving Media+ is an independent software company that was created as a spin off of Mag+ to give both large magazine publishers and smaller creative agencies the ability to publish...more
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