MEED magazine now available on iOS and Android

magazine, by B2B publisher EMAP, has launched its digital edition using the latest flavour of Pugpig – Pugpig for Continuous Publishing. MEED, which is available for iPhone, iPad and Android devices, offers subscribers key business information on the Middle East and North Africa using the continually updating newsfeed model. Content is divided into categories within the app, with the most recent articles highlighted in each section with a ‘NEW’ icon. The app incorporates search functionality, social media sharing, text resizing and scrapbooking to favourites.


The World in 2014 launches on iOS and Android

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from The Economist is the latest in a long line of publications that has launched its digital edition using Pugpig. Now in its 28th year of publishing, the new app contains key features such as embedded videos, interactive advertising, social media sharing and a double layer content structure enabling readers to preview articles before jumping to the page. With over 95 articles in the 2014 edition; the usability of the contents page and preview function, along with the integrated audio clips make this established annual an excellent app.


ASOS launches new Pugpig powered web reader

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The June 2014 edition of ASOS Magazine featured Solange Knowles as the cover star, Alfie Allen in the middle, and Pugpig as the underlying engine powering its web reader. The new version of the online retail giant’s magazine mixes the latest fashion trends along with celebrity style advice and interviews, all in an application facilitating sharing on social media, e-commerce and easy navigation.


Porter launches on iPad


The glossy new fashion magazine created by online luxury retailer Net-A-Porter has now launched on iOS and Android, powered by Pugpig. The reader is given their full fashion fix as well as the chance to shop from the page, wishlist products and share with friends and family on social media. Definitely one to watch.