L’application Fast Company, disponible sur l’appstore, donne un aperçu des nouvelles fonctionnalités de la DPS d’adobe qui sortira cet été ; de la fluidité, des effets parallaxes, des transitions de pages améliorées, de l’intégration d’articles web… Il semblerait que la mise à jour soit de taille et qu’Adobe ait totalement revu l’ergonomie du lecteur de ses applis. Que du bon me direz-vous ! Ah, on me chuchote à l’oreille qu’il faudrait entre 4 et 5 zéros après le premier chiffre pour pouvoir en bénéficier… Par la barbe de Moïse et de tous les prophètes !
New Fast Company App Reveals Adobe’s Vision for Future of Digital Publishing
Fast Company, working in close collaboration with Adobe, has just launched a new mobile app that provides a preview of a completely re-imagined mobile experience that Adobe will bring to market in the summer of 2015.
The new Fast Company app–running universally on iPhone and iPad and available in the Apple App store—breaks from today’s print-like paradigm and gives readers access to a highly curated brand experience that combines magazine content with real-time news on a platform that is fully optimized for mobile devices. Early beta testers of the new Fast Company app have called it “a better approach to online magazine than anything I’ve seen” and “the future of periodicals.” The app gives an early look at many of the capabilities that are core to Adobe’s vision to transform digital publishing—a highly-focused reading, viewing and browsing experience, continuous updates to content on a cadence that makes sense for mobile consumption, and the enterprise tools required to manage apps across a wide variety of mobile use cases.
A modern browsing, reading, and viewing experience
The Fast Company app is a mobile-first experience that breaks from the print-replica model and offers readers a browsing, reading, and viewing experience that is thoughtfully designed and delivered seamlessly across multiple screens through responsive layout.
Fast Company adds 40-50 articles to its various properties each day and now, they are easily able to push those articles as bite-sized pieces of content to their app throughout the day so their audience can quickly read while on the go in a native app experience. With article-based publishing, the app stays up-to-date and relevant with its readers.
This new model of continuous, article-based publishing requires a new way for readers to pay for content. While single issue and subscription purchases will continue to be available in the future, a new, all-access payment model will become available in Summer 2015. So, while the Fast Company app is free for the first three months, they will have the ability to offer an all-access subscription that entitles the reader to everything in the app–an attractive option that mobile readers will welcome.
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