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AppGenerate.com Launches Native App Builder for Apple Newsstand(March 19, 2013)
New York, NY (PRWEB) March 19, 2013
AppGenerate.com is excited to announce the launch of its newest app building tool that allows users to build native Apple Newsstand apps, for free. The sites newest capability is revolutionary for the world of digital publishing because it gives publishers the opportunity to place material directly on Apple Newsstand, making it accessible to iOS, iPhone and iPad users.
The newsstand app maker is a great way for publishers of newspapers and magazines to place their material in a high visibility location, in which users can subscribe to their materials. Publishers can increase their audience and advertising revenues with the use of this innovative new app builder. The popularity of Apple Newsstand has grown exponentially in recent years, particularly as the traditional world of print media is on the decline.
With nearly 50% of Americans reporting accessing one or all of their typical media sources in a digital format, the world of media-based apps is rapidly expanding. Its important for content creators and publishers to reach their target audience, and Apple Newsstand apps offer a great way to take advantage of the tremendous possibilities of digital content. Within the world of digital content, more media sources are accessed using smartphones and tablets, than through the use of traditional computers and laptops.
The world of media has changed, said Mark Feldman, Director of Public Relations, for AppGenerate.com. Its no longer about the printed newspaper and magazine; consumers of media are looking to mobile devices to receive news, content and written materials, and the market for media-based apps is the newest wave in the world of publishing.
In addition to digital publishers, bloggers can also benefit from the launch of the new app builder, because it allows them to place their work on Apple Newsstand, reach more subscribers, and enjoy increased readership and traffic.
Were excited to provide this opportunity for not only publishers, but also bloggers to reach a broader audience, said Mark. This app maker is not only innovative, but also easy to use, and publishers and other content creators have the opportunity to quickly and easily place their content on the Apple Newsstand.
AppGenerate.com is a leader in the online app building marketplace, with 25,000 published Android apps. The site gives a variety of businesses, from restaurants, to hair salons to retail stores the opportunity to create unique, custom apps that allow them to tap into their customer base and provide user-friendly mobile versions of websites.
AppGenerate was created by a group of iOS, Android, and HTML5 developers who decided it was time for anyone to be able to build their own mobile apps. The site allows anyone to design apps for their business, nonprofit, brand or organization, quickly and easily. AppGenerate is based on the idea that the mobile revolution is taking place now, and individuals should be armed with the tools to participate in the changing marketplace.
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