For last week’s $40 iTunes gift card giveaway, we asked if you could have dinner with any business leader, who would it be and why? We loved everyone’s answers! From tech leaders to music moguls to photographers, it looks like everyone was inspired by business leaders across a range of industries. Here were some great answers from Twitter and […]
With Father’s Day this Sunday and the school year coming to a close, today we’re going to highlight some ways to use MagCloud to do some last minute shopping for Dad, and also how recent graduates can use MagCloud as they commemorate the past and look toward their future.
With the launch of the MagCloud iPad App 4.0 we’ve added support for iTunes In-App Purchase. This means digital publications can be purchased directly within the MagCloud iPad app, automatically charged to the user’s iTunes account and instantly downloaded with a single tap. Readers will have the option to purchase new publications as a guest or sign-in with their MagCloud account for additional access to their existing on-line digital library.
We made a few updates to the MagCloud iPad application in 2012, including support for hyperlinks and the ability to share publications with friends via Facebook, Twitter or Email from inside the app. Check out our new video to see the features of the updated app in action.
MagCloud just got a bit more social with our expanded sharing functionality. You can now like, tweet, pin, and share your favorite print and digital publications from our website, within the web-based viewer or via the updated iPad app. We’ve also given our storefront a pretty little facelift making it easier to discover, read and buy MagCloud publications.
No sooner did Jennifer Koskinen begin using MagCloud to showcase her architectural photography work than she found herself designing MagCloud magazines for her clients, too – quickly parlaying her architectural firm into a photography and graphic design boutique. In fact, MagCloud was a source of inspiration for transforming her architectural skills into graphic design skills. […]
When Tour de France superstar Lance Armstrong’s foundation needed someone to create and publish his LIVESTRONG Quarterly magazine, it turned to magazine publishing expert Margot Sandenbergh.
Print vs. digital has long been hotly debated. Recently, we’ve seen several experts weighing in on the topic, arguing that print and digital can coexist and will in fact strengthen a brand when used together. Of course, we’ve always known this at HP MagCloud (check out our Jan. 5 blog post), and we are thrilled when other people realize it doesn’t have to be an either/or proposition. The challenge is finding the right medium to use to tell your unique story, so that it’s heard and understood by your audience.
The HP MagCloud iPad application has been completely redesigned to offer improved functionality, including support for hyperlinks in downloaded publications, ability to access and download content purchased through the MagCloud website, and support for the Retina display of the new iPad.