We use cookies to provide you with a better experience. If you continue to use this site, we'll assume you're happy with this. Alternatively, click here to find out how to manage these cookies

hide cookie message
 
74,944 News Articles

Mag+ adds support for digital publishing to new iPad's retina display, Kindle Fire, iPhone & more

Designers producing digital editions of magazines, brochures and the like using the Mag+ platform can now output publications to the new iPad's 2,048 x 1,536 resolution Retina display, Amazon's Kindle Fire, iPhones and seven-inch Android tablets.

Once a design is complete, the publishing platform exports to any format - automatically delivering the right version to the right device.The April issue of Popular Science+ is among the first Retina-enhanced titles using Mag+, along with MAD Magazine, which debuted this month among the top five best sellers on Apple's App Store.

You can now also disable the ability of the user to double-tap to turn off the A layer in a two-layer vertical layout, and specify 'long press' as the only gesture to call up the navigation on a particular issue by checking a box in the Production Tool.

Publishers can also give away a free issue with an app, and add in promotional in-app store banners open links via the in-app browser.

Future additions will include support for InDesign CS6 as soon as it's launched, and tappable covers in the store and library.


IDG UK Sites

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 release date, price and specs 2014

IDG UK Sites

What's the best smartwatch? 11 iWatch rivals compared in our wearables round-up

IDG UK Sites

App cloning: the mobile software industry’s hidden shame

IDG UK Sites

Developers get access to more Sony camera features