As innovative as publishers may want to be, how do we evaluate market response to ‘Julian Fellowes’s Belgravia’ with so few apps as apt comparisons?
How apt are apps now? Even as an icon of the industry takes a new direction, others want to stay the course—and still others say they’re done with apps.
Launched last year, the Crave app for romance ebooks is experimenting with a new form of reading, one that serves text and multimedia content in short, addictive bursts.
The continuation of our series on illustrated book publishing in the US looks at the digital market, where sales pale compared to print counterparts.
Robert Morris recommends seven apps to help today’s writers stop procrastinating, focus on the work at hand and boost their productivity.
The founders of the UK’s Literary Platform reflect on the changes they’ve seen in digital publishing over the 5 years since launching their consultancy.
Creators of the Clean Reader app will no longer sell books after receiving complaints from authors that their works were being altered without permission.
Award-winning Mexican app development studio Manuvo is at the forefront of building book apps for the Spanish-language market.
Lisa Buchan of SmackFiction explains the process of building and piloting a new app for Young Adult and New Adult book discovery in New Zealand and Australia.
A number of Flemish children’s book publishers have launched cooperations with other creative media industries to create apps, games and storytelling experiences.