October 13, 2014 in Services (F)
[prMac.com] London, United Kingdom - PressPad recognizes that an outstanding reading experience (user experience) is as important for iPad magazines as their actual content, and the brand they influence. With PressPad Pro accounts, professional digital publishers get the opportunity to customize their mobile magazine apps, and bring new functionalities that are sure to create a fantastic user experience - adjusting to the rich content automatically.
There are three types of PressPad accounts: Start Free, Pro and Custom Pro. Start Free accounts correspond to innovative business model where it is PressPad who takes the financial risk and publishers can afford mobile publishing for as little as nothing. But Pro accounts offer much more flexibility, valuable for professional digital publishers.
From now on Pro accounts will feature an in-app, rich-media-support. It means that iPad readers will be able to experience rich media from the inside of the magazine without being redirected to external sites.
On Custom Professional accounts, publishers will receive apps that are free of PressPad's brand name. Additionally for those who prefer deeper integration, PressPad provides the option to connect with publishers' own iOS developer accounts. What is more, digital publishers will receive less limits for push notifications and innovative iOS8-ready, lightweight apps.
Paul Nowak, PressPad CEO said, "Wth the introduction of brand new PressPad Pro accounts, we wish to influence the digital publishing landscape once again."
PressPad is a Digital Publishing and Marketing Platform for Mobile Magazines and Comic Books. It is a single contact point for all things mobile, offering technology necessary to launch magazine iOS apps and than work and educate publishers to build mobile as a great distribution channel. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 PressPad. 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. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.