December 28, 2012 in Books (E)
[prMac.com] Toronto, Canada - Buze Magazine announces its debut issue of the world's first all drinks, fully interactive publication, is now available in iTunes > Newsstand > Cooking, Food Drink. Buze Magazine targets the iPad and iPad Mini platforms, with Kindle Fire HD to be added for Issue #2.
Buze Magazine focuses on the global craft beer, artisanal spirits, mixology and foodie movements which when combined, create an enhanced drinks lifestyle - a lifestyle that embraces natural, organic and eco-friendly while producing a dizzying array of amazing drinks to accompany our most memorable moments. Buze brings those moments to life on the electronic page - from the hard work and complex science behind the creation of the beverages, to the events, the meals and the occasions when we enjoy them.
The publication boasts an international roster of award-winning drinks writers like Stephen Beaumont, Ridley + Harrison, Melissa Cole, Davin de Kergommaux, Des de Moor, Nicholas Gilman, Craig Pinhey and Mirella Amato, as well as exciting new talent, to provide consistently entertaining and compelling editorial content. The fully interactive aspect allows the publication to further immerse the reader/viewer into a visual and audio experience that simply cannot be attained by ink on paper. Just a few of the enriched content elements include:
* On-page videos
* Fade up text boxes
* Popup sidebars
* Music and audio accompaniment to editorial pages (and ads)
* Foto galleries and slide shows
* Hyperlinks to related content websites, blogs, etc.
* Stunning visuals via Apple's amazing Retina screen technology
Buze Magazine uses Adobe's Digtal Publishing Suite, the same software employed by GQ, Wired, Martha Stewart Living, etc. for their digital issues. This versatile software allows customization of its interactive options in order to best utilize the iPad and tablet formats; a feature that the Buze tech team has accessed to further enhance the Buze experience.
Buze Magazine combines the design and editorial talents of Cary Hyodo, formerly of Taps The Beer Magazine; and MassiveNUmedia, a Toronto-based tech company whose web development services have been used by companies as diverse as Bell Canada, Sony BMG and Johnson + Johnson.
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 9.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
For a free preview, Buze Magazine 1.0.1 is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Entertainment category.
Buze Magazine, formed in 2012 in Toronto, Canada, by Directors Cary Hyodo, formerly of Taps The Beer Magazine; and Vaughn Joseph of MassiveNUmedia. All Material and Software (C) 2012 Buze Magazine Inc. / All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.