I’ve been using Triobo for two of my projects for over a year now, and it never ceases to amaze me. It’s one of the cheapest all-in-one solutions on the market, but it provides a high-quality service and a great support every time I need it. If you’re still deciding on a publishing platform, read these interviews and try Triobo for free.
Publish on: Tablets, Phones, Web
Supported OS: web-based application
Software requirements: Chrome or Safari browsers
Can’t decide on a platform? Check the case studies and see all pros and cons of platforms yourself. Pay attention to loading speed, kiosk interface, interactive features.
Great examples how to ask your readers to rate your app or follow you on social media.
In 2014 I posted a list of Top 25 Free Digital Magazines, this post was very popular, several thousand viewed it. This year I decided to repeat the success and prepare a new list of the best digital magazines of 2015. It was a terrible idea.
Since 2014 thousands of new tablet magazines have been published on the App Store, and they are considerably better, in 2014 90% of magazines I reviewed was complete trash or pdf-replicas. In 2015 the quality of tablet magazines is better, they are very different. Top 25 of 2014 list was heavily dominated by magazines made in Adobe DPS, this year is different I saw many new interesting publishing platforms, some of them stood out for me, and I can’t wait to try them.
I spend four months downloading and reviewing. I prepared a long-list of 60 Inspiring Free Tablet Magazines. And now I’m ready to announce MagPla.net’s list of Top 20 Free Digital Magazines 2015. Congratulation to the best free magazines of 2015! Continue reading
I set a goal for 2015 to make a new list of the best free digital magazines. I’ve checked 1216 free tablet magazines on the App Store. It was hard to narrow these magazines down to 20, so I decided to post a long-list of the best free tablet magazines. Want to know who made it to Top 20? Go here>>> Continue reading
Finalist Digital Magazine Awards 2015.BBC History Magazine.
App Store: www.itunes.apple.com
Price: 4,99 €
Categories: Specialist magazine of the year
There are great e-magazines that influence my design significantly. That is why I come up with an idea of #InfluentialMags TAG. I want to know what magazines influenced your work and share mine with you.
Finalists are announced! I’m curious and can’t wait to know the winners (they will be announced on 11th of November).
We have the whole month, and I’m going to introduce you to the finalists! I’ll be posting screenshots of the finalists every day. And we’ll try to guess who the winners might be! Are you in?
The PPA Digital Awards announced a short list of this year. I’m particularly interested in a category – DIGITAL MAGAZINE OF THE YEAR. No surprises there. I expected to see BBC Top Gear and Stylist in this list. Last year I’d pick Top Gear, but this year my choice is Stylist.
- BBC Top Gear, BBC Worldwide/Immediate Media Co
- British Airways (The Club), Cedar Communications
- Stylist UK, Shortlist Media
Digital edition circulation for the UK’s most popular titles, including Empire, GQ, Vanity Fair, BBC Good Food and Men’s Health, all fell in the first half of the year, against both the same period last year and the previous six months to the end of December.
The Economist’s UK digital edition grew 42% period on period and 225.8% year on year to 70,953.
The biggest proportionate faller was 12th ranked Vanity Fair, which saw digital edition circulation fall 11.7% period on period and 15.6% year on year to 6,817 a month.
The continental Europe digital edition surged 29% period on period and 52% year on year to 34,101.
Asia-Pacific edition rose 25.8% period on period and 77% year on year to 39,399.
Recently I realised I haven’t seen Esquire Weekly for ages. And I was shocked… Esquire Weekly was closed in December 2014. I haven’t expected it because the whole year bloggers, publishers and editors were speaking/posting how Esquire Weekly was the bright future and an excellent format. RIP