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Adobe announces magazine digital publishing platform for Apple iPad

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by Casicrina, Jun 2, 2010.

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    Adobe announces magazine digital publishing platform for Apple iPad
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    I really enjoy Zinios magazine app. I think they do a great job of handling adds (including video adds and web link adds) as well as presenting clear reading and viewing experiences. Plus they have lots of subscriptioned magazines on there to choice from instead of just 1.
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    Sounds great, now when they get the pricing structure more reasonable, they will have my attention...
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    Zinios is a reading app from what I understand. Adobe is proposing a creation app. I'm wondering if they're basing it on Reader Pro application?
    Over expensive anyway, like all their applications...
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    I was just mentioning on another forum that I was expecting this. Despite the all-singing, all-dancing "Wired" version, most publishers will just want to do an iPad-ready version of their print magazine. This will make creating one as simple as converting a document to PDF, hopefully luring more onto the iPad bandwagon.

    At the least, this will make things easier for the companies offering digital conversion services, such as Zinio and Pixel-Mags.
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    If the Wired mag is a sign of what they can do, yeah! But dear God the price.
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    I'm a Zinio user as well and currently feel their pricing is fair and their service continues to improve. I'm open for more competition in the electronic magazine world but probably will stick with Zinio unless someone can offer for a lot less $$$$
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    I have 7 monthly subscriptions now for a total of 22$ that's pretty good!

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