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New wave of Desktop Publishers

Up until 2010 magazine publishers followed a very know path. Last big thing that happened to publishing industry was invention of the Internet and ever since not much changed. Until 2010 when completely new category of devices was introduced and very well adopted by the users: Apple iPads and Android tablets.

Desktop Publishers save tons of time and money

When you do the math and recap all of the costs, moving magazine mobile can end up very expensive. There all those costs that normally don't occur when you thing about magazine or a newspaper: hiring IT guys, setting up an infrastructure, managing software developers, designing for mobile, UX and UI testing, and so on. Publishers choose Desktop Publishers to reduce all this cost, but more importantly to focus on what they do best – creating great and original content for their readers.

Desktop Publishers help small and medium publishers compete with big rivals

When Apple introduced the iPad in 2010 very few small publishers thought they can compete with big titles. What has happened since then surprised experts and media all around the World: rise of Desktop Publishers helped mostly small publishers, while big media corporations fall behind or got stuck with custom build solutions that aged fairly quickly.

Why publishers need Desktop Publishers?

Publishers of all sizes can benefit from using Desktop Publishers in their day-to-day workflow. For one going mobile enlarge number of ways readers can access your publication. Secondly publishers that previously were operating only locally now can reach new markets without enormous costs of doing so 10 years ago. Lastly publishers can be one of the first in their category, therefore gain significant advantage over late adopters. This is not only limited to big publishing companies. Introduction of App Store Newsstand and Google Play newsspaper and magazine categories allowed small publishers compete with big companies on equal rights. Final call is made by readers around the world. They vote with their credit cards. Use of Desktop Publishers and fast adoption of iPads and Android tablets democratize publishing market and help small and medium publishers in a way that was simply not available to them few years ago.

PressPad - Desktop Publishers that will help you reach new readers worldwide

PressPad helps publishers deliver their content to iPad and Android tablets users with a sexy and easy to use dedicated applications. It only takes few steps to set up a dedicated mobile application for your magazine.
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