By focusing on movie tie-ins and visual curation, UK app developers of The Nudge List hope to attract book buyers not accustomed to using traditional book sites.
Millions of dollars are spent on apps and websites touting superior book discoverability, but there’s yet to be a category killer and skepticism is mounting.
In the UK, Vintage Books and Aimer Media have launched the Murakami Diary app, which offers 6 new exclusive short stories by Haruki Murakami for £1.99.
Publishing is at a watershed moment, says George Lossius, CEO at Publishing Technology, forecasting a future with more consolidation and exploration.
Want to design publish an interactive children’s book but don’t have a lot of technical expertise? Moglue offers easy-to-use options for publishing to iOS and Android.
Dallas-based startup Bookshout is looking to disrupt the current e-book ecosystem with its new offering of Apple and Android mobile apps.
Finnish app giant plans to bring home the bacon with their book app, which they predict will sell millions of downloads.
Romance publisher Avon announces a social reading app without DRM in order to cash in on their readers’ social media activity.
Marco Beghin, the head of Moleskine America, discusses efforts to balance the digital/analog divide and adapting products to users unique needs.
On October 18, the Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank will be published as an authorized, interactive app by Viking, Penguin, and TradeMobile.