IOS

22nd April 2014

MailOnline records its best day ever in UK

The MailOnline posted its best day ever in March 2014 as more than 6.3 million daily unique visitors accessed its website and apps in a single day
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1st April 2014

Readly launches the Spotify of magazines

A Spotify-like magazine service has launched called Readly, offering a selection of magazines for a flat monthly fee (Pocket-Lint)
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18th March 2014

PageSuite launch new tablet edition for The Independent

PageSuite has just launched a brand new iOS & Kindle Fire app for the Independent as part of their on-going investment in digital
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17th March 2014

Could the future of books lie in a Netflix model?

Online fiction service Rooster mirrors Netflix in its approach to book publishing. (Wired)
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7th March 2014

Apple will make iPhone 6 display the 'Killer App'

The iPhone 6 display will be a significant improvement over any other LCD smartphone through the use of Quantum Dot technology (Forbes)
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6th March 2014

Android crushes Apple in global tablet sales

Unfortunately for Apple, which invented the tablet category, its share of the global market dropped to 36% in 2013, down from 52% (24/7 Wall Street)
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12th February 2014

First News becomes first newspaper app for children

First News, launched in 2006, is the widest-read children’s publication in the UK with 1,047,543 readers per week (press release)
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11th February 2014

HTML5 catches up to Apple

As Apple’s market share slips, developers are increasingly turning to HTML5 as a way to embrace both iOS and Android (ReadWrite)
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10th February 2014

Native vs cross-platform apps – what’s better for digital newspapers?

Op-Ed: Should publishers be looking at native or cross-platform apps for their content? Catherine Merzlova from Nasty Creatures investigates
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6th February 2014

IDC warns of US tablet market saturation

IDC warns of "a more challenging environment for tablets in 2014 and beyond" as Kindle Fire shipments fall (The Verge)
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