Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 16, 2010
Since PixelMags launched in December, 60+ titles for iPhone and iPod Touch have been sold in 77 countries through the iTunes App Store. New magazine titles are releasing every day. As the launch date of iPad nears, anticipation is reaching a fever pitch.
“Disney CEO Bob Iger and Wired Magazine Editor-In-Chief Chris Anderson have called the iPad a ‘game-changer’. We couldn’t agree more. When iPad launches, we will have more magazine titles optimized for iPad than any other vendor,” said Ryan Marquis, Founder & COO, PixelMags.
PixelMags has100+ apps ready for Apple’s iPad. PixelMags publications are releasing to top paid book app spots all over the world. 30% of readers are making subscriptions their top In App purchase. The release of the iPad is sure to increase this digital publishing phenomenon.
Ryan Marquis describes the PixelMags platform as “a realistic digital magazine reproduction, with user-friendly bookmarking and search options, virtual libraries, headline alerts, In App purchasing, social network sharing, and endless interactive contents.”
This is the product for which millions of mobile device users were waiting. Bringing this platform to the iPad is the next step. PixelMags will be the leader in iPad App publishing with Apps that will transfer between iPhone and iPad. The iPad will unlock special capabilities within the App to optimize the reader’s experience.
As an authorized Apple developer for the iPhone and iPad, PixelMags’ goal is to provide the most realistic digital reading experience available. For more than a decade, the founders of PixelMags have worked in digital marketing and technology fields, gaining valuable knowledge, skills, and a true understanding of the digital world and what it can offer.
The founders of PixelMags have focused their decades of experience and knowledge to create the most modern, user-friendly, cost-effective, and realistic digital publishing technology. The standard PixelMags platform can be customized further to suit target markets and business models, adding RSS and Twitter feeds into the App, or adding interactive advertising, and countless other possibilities.