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Digital Magazine Reader Habits (Mequoda Study)

Digital Magazine Reader Habits (Mequoda Study Analysis) This article was published first on: sprylab.com It took more than 500 years from the revolutionary invention of the Gutenberg printing press to the development of mobile publishing. Today, tablets allow multiple publications to be accessed anywhere and anytime – they are absolute game changers in the digital publishing industry, signifying a positive shift in digital magazine popularity. We came across the second annual Mequoda Digital Magazine Study on Digital Magazine Reader Habits of 2014. The study was conducted among 1,136 participants, who read or subscribe to at least one digital magazine on a tablet. We have summarized the most important messages from this report, and also complemented it with a few of our own remarks and predictions. Digital books and magazines taking over the mobile market     29% of participants say they read books every day on their tablets, and 60% do it monthly. When it comes to digital magazines, 20% of respondents read these daily, which signifies a 6% increase from last year, and 64% …

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EPOS – History and Science Magazine

The EPOS history and science magazine is a mobile first production showcasing great digital storytelling complemented by impressive user-controlled interactions. Its first issue guides the reader through the events of WWI, while the second concentrates on intriguing facts and stories about strong human emotions. Not only does EPOS tells captivating stories of mankind, it takes the visual storytelling into a whole new level by unveiling videos, audio recordings, interactive maps and other great features as you indulge in it. The app hit over 50.000 downloads in the first 3 months. Moreover, it also succeeded with an unusually high conversion rate and was featured as the “Best App 2014” by the German App Store. It is designed for the iPad and is available German and English. All in all, EPOS represents subtle and engaging digital publishing, all made possible with the a Digital Publishing Suite.