15461 readersLast week, I wrote how publisher Condé Nast launched subscription sales of The New Yorker magazine in the Apple App Store via Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. Earlier today, four additional Condé Nast titles went live on the App Store with support for subscriptions. Now, consumers can access, Glamour, Vanity Fair, Allure, and Golf Digest (just
5955 readersCondé Nast published WIRED using Digital Publishing Suite over two years ago and has since standardized on the platform, using it to roll out iconic publications such as Vogue, Glamour and The New Yorker on leading tablet devices. With 18 Condé Nast titles published to tablets using Digital Publishing Suite, many of which have received
9315 readersThe Kindle Fire started shipping this week and will soon be in the hands of many readers around the globe. Watch this short video by Adobe Evangelist Colin Fleming as he shows off the new Amazon Kindle Fire and talks about how Adobe Digital Publishing Suite lets publishers immediately distribute magazine and newspaper subscriptions through
17228 readersFor the first time, Condé Nast has released sales figures for the iPad edition of The New Yorker created with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. In a story published in Monday’s New York Times, Condé Nast revealed that it now has 100,000 iPad readers of the digital magazine. Conde Nast released the first digital edition of
2707 readersThe largest consumer magazine publishers in the world are powered by Adobe Digital Publishing Suite Adobe is excited to announce that Time Inc. is publishing Real Simple to the Apple App store using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS). With launch of this app, Adobe now powers mobile and tablet apps to the top five largest consumer
3505 readersToday, I’m happy to announce that the Enterprise Edition of Adobe Digital Publishing Suite is now shipping. Digital Publishing Suite is a set of hosted services that provide an end-to-end solution for publishers to create, distribute, monetize and optimize their publications on tablet devices. With the Enterprise Edition, publishers can integrate Digital Publishing Suite directly
7527 readersDo you want to create an award winning app? Use Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. This week, iMonitor released the report of the top ten apps of 2011, which include many Digital Publishing Suite titles, including Allure, Golf Digest, Reader’s Digest, Self, and Everyday Food from Martha Stewart Living. According to the McPheters report, quality has a
23256 readersPeggy Northrop, Vice President and Global Editor-in-Chief at Reader’s Digest, recently talked to us about how the best-selling magazine is reinventing its brand by going mobile. With Adobe Digital Publishing Suite and Creative Suite software, the digital editions of the magazine include interactivity, video, audio, and high-resolution photos. Reader’s Digest’s digital apps are broadening its audience and
4946 readersToday, we have more exciting news for publishers who are creating cross-platform, cross-device reading experiences: Content Viewer is now available for the BlackBerry Playbook. Immediately available for download through the Digital Publishing Suite Prerelease program, media and business publishers can now create immersive, engaging publications for the new device. Publishers using Digital Publishing Suite benefit
7229 readersRecently, we hosted a Connect session designed especially for customers so that we could share the latest Digital Publishing Suite updates, answer burning questions and provide sneak peeks into the next stage of the product roadmap. Connect to the pre-recorded session here. Zeke Koch, Director of Product Management, provides a personalized view into Digital Publishing Suite.
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