The weekly digital digest has received positive feedback from online readers - and requests for an easier access through smartphones and tablets.
(PRWEB) September 21, 2012
Maga Week, the latest trending internet magazine, recently named a new head for web development to supervise its design and development for a mobile app. The weekly digital digest has received positive feedback from online readers - and requests for an easier access through smartphones and tablets. The news portal has appointed contributor Lena Rincon to get the job done and get the results they need for the website.
The Demand for a Mobile App
"Our readers have made it clear that they wanted a mobile app", says Maga Week. "We will initially release it through the Android platform and we intend to wow them before the end of the year", it teased. The website went live earlier this year and received very warm response. Its readers, however, found that the website had poor visuals when viewed from mobile devices. Maga Week has already fixed the problem and immediately set Rincon to work on an app.
Rincon ‘Not Surprised’ by Appointment
Lena Rincon was not surprised when Maga Week asked her to head the development team. "They actually did not have to ask me. I was already coding the program for my proposed app interface", she proudly notes. Rincon plans to use more appealing colors, friendlier graphics, and optimized texts for easier search engine indexing. "We’re confident with the results and the effect it will have on our readers. They will definitely have something to talk about for week", she adds.
The Future of Maga Week
Although the Maga Week is undergoing app development, its content continues to trend on the social networking websites. The digital supplement takes pride in providing quality, compelling content that "not only informs readers but also encourages them to think". Rincon has also been one of the top contributors for the Services page, eliciting both approvals and arguments from her readers. "I anticipated it. It actually what makes my job as a writer more interesting and motivating", she shares.
When asked how she sees Maga Week in a few years she firmly says, "On top, of course". The website’s growth has been exponential thanks to its social media exposure. The community also expanding as they introduce more contributors and include more areas of discussion. When asked what is next after she launches Maga Week’s new design she immediately answers, "More offline activities. We want to meet our readers in person".
About Maga Week
Maga Week is a weekly digital supplement discussing news and current affairs from around the world. The online magazine went live earlier in 2012, receiving warm response from readers. They credit their success from their writers’ creative writing and coverage of health, business, and technology news. Maga Week plans to launch a new web layout before the year ends and release a mobile app next. Visit http://www.magaweek.com for more information.