Adobe’s DPS to Support iOS 5 Newsstand
Adobe's Digital Publishing Suite will add support for the Newsstand application of iOS 5 -- which is expected to be launched this fall.
Adobe recently announced that its Digital Publishing Suite will add support for Apple’s new Newsstand application, which will be featured in the forthcoming iOS 5. The said app will have a bookshelf interface that is similar to iBooks. It is designed to serve as a hub that organizes and collates magazines and latest subscription content. The current news are expected to appear automatically on the background. The Newsstand also comes with a browse function, allowing users to search and acquire new subscriptions.
Apple pointed out that the Newsstand application is the new key feature of iOS 5. Through the help of Adobe’s software, publishers will be able to create digital versions of their magazines or print apps that instantly delivers content to the app on iOS devices.
According to Todd Teresi, vice president and general manager of Adobe Media Solutions: “Digital Publishing Suite support for Newsstand will provide Adobe’s publishing customers the ability to deliver engaging content directly to the digital doorstep of subscribers on their iPads.”
“Adobe technology is fundamental to the transformation taking place across publishing and now readers will be able to easily obtain their magazine and newspaper subscriptions in one location and get access to the latest issue as soon as it is published, further accelerating magazine adoption on tablet devices.”
So far, there are already numerous publishers, such as Condé Nast and Reader’s Digest, that have used Adobe’s publishing tools to offer their content to iPad devices, which undeniably marked the importance of Digital Publishing Suite to every Newsstand users.View Article Source »