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.
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.
Are you unsure about what MagCloud has to offer? Or are you a MagCloud expert, but want an easier way to explain the service to your friends and colleagues? Then check out our new video, which helps answer the question “What is HP MagCloud?”
We’re all curious to know what the future holds for the magazine industry. The digital space has become a second home for print publications, but how will the newsstand evolve? Let’s look at a few of the key trends affecting the newsstand, as we’ve known it.
Enjoy MagCloud magazines when and where you want with new digital distribution options.
You can now enjoy your favorite MagCloud magazines on a PC, Mac, WebOS, iOS, Android or any device that supports PDF.
Adorama Photography TV reviews the MagCloud iPad app and discusses how photographers can benefit from it.