Adobe Digital Publishing Suite getting ready for iOS 5 Newsstand

Adobe announced today that their Digital Publishing Suite will support iOS 5's new Newsstand feature sometime after launch.

Publishers will be able to use Digital Publishing Suite to create files that are detected by Newsstand and automatically downloaded to the Newsstand shelf, eliminating long download times which can present a barrier to reading content on iPad devices. Applications built with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite and enabled for Newsstand will allow publishers to better merchandise their content with support for Newsstand push notifications and icon covers displayed on the Newsstand shelf, reflecting the latest issue of the magazine or newspaper.

Newsstand collects all subscription content into one special icon on the iOS 5 home screen and should be available when Apple ships the new version of i

[Adobe]

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3 Comments
  • YESS!!!! Amazing!!!
  • THIS is how you get yourself firmly planted in the market. Don't fucking sue, make something good that people want.
    THIS is what Adobe should be doing. Fuck Flash, publish everything!
  • I'm sick and FUCKING tired of every other GOD DAMN day having a bitch box pop up and say I HAVE TO DOWNLOAD THE LATEST FUCKING VERSION of Flash. If they CAN'T deliver a stable, reliable release of Flash then they should NOT EVER RELEASE it !!!!!!