Kdan Mobile Software announced today that Animation Desk for iPad has been awarded with App Next 2011 Best Tablet App of the Year by Business Next, a prominent business and technology magazine based in Asia. The judging committee has commended the app for its elegant, intuitive user interface and outstanding visual design. The verdict of the magazine also emphasized the superior quality of Animation Desk for iPad that allows users to create hand drawn animations in an easy and fun manner.
LiniQue today introduces UniQXcess 1.0.22, their new new productivity app for iPad and Android devices. UniQXcess is a fast and secured remote access tool to view and share files from tablet devices. With unlimited capacity, users can view files in their PCs from their iPad or Android tablet without any complicated set-up requirements. The only requirement for real-time access is internet connection. Files are automatically AES encrypted throughout the transmission process.
MobileBuster today released Sling Note 1.007 for iPad users. Microsoft Courier tablet fans rejoice! The application is a recent launch that converts an iPad into a productive tool for creating documents, making annotations, calculating, social networking and much more, without having to flip between two programs. Users are able to open two different applications on one screen to easily drag photos, text, links, or numbers back and forth between them, have two browsers open at once, and more.
Hand Fashioned Media today announces Digital Americana Magazine 2.0.13, a first-of-its-kind literary magazine made exclusively for tablet computing. Built on the Pixel Mags platform, Digital Americana features over 70 pages of original content, brilliant fiction, poetry, articles, interviews, and reviews. Digital Americana represents the very best of what ‘cutting edge’ actually means when applied to the literary arts. The magazine is also offered in 6-month and 12-month discounted bundles.
With sales of Apple’s iPad soaring and the wave of new tablets continuing in 2011, Bonnier announced today that it is joining forces with top ad shop CP+B to develop next-generation advertising formats for tablet magazines. The move addresses a fundamental need in the industry: all-new advertising for all-new advertising platforms. Bonnier’s Mag+ platform has since expanded to 11 magazines internationally.
MEI today announced it is offering specialized training, consulting and design services for publishers working to move their products to tablet editions. The new MEI program provides a full range of assistance, from strategic planning to hands-on technical work at all stages of digital production, including workflow development, issue design and app deployment. Services include training staff on the latest digital publishing innovations, creating templates and other layout elements, and more.