Sumptuous, engaging and informative, The Collection, is a new monthly ‘appazine’ that looks superb, keeps you up-to-date with global news and events and is easy and intuitive to use.
The benefit of The Collection as an appazine – it’s available only as for iPad and other tablets that run Apps – rather than a magazine, is the snazzy graphic content that looks good which entertains as it informs and you don’t have to be a tech whizz to understand it. Visit the App Store to get your copy of The Collection.
The technical jiggery-pokery is done behind the scenes, so all you have to do is sit back and enjoy a monthly helping of first-class articles, audio, photos and videos. Interactive elements will include panoramic photography, 3D digital animation, creative morphing, rubbing, X-Ray lens and much much more.
Each issue covers an international topic in an entertaining way – the issue on the Royal Wedding had surprises popping up throughout its coverage.
What’s more, The Collection appazine is published simulateously in English, German and Chinese with more languages in the pipeline, for a world-wide experience.
Uniquely developed by Swiss media company Ringier, The Collection uses a completely new Made in Switzerland Content Management System, the technology will allow for a very dynamic and intuitive navigation within the app. The experience will guarantee surprises at every swipe, tap or rub of the tablet screen.
Michael Ringier, publisher of appazine said: “Our aim for the Collection is to tell amazing and timely stories like they have never been told before, using the best designed and most entertaining applications possible.”
To find out more and to get your The Collection ‘appazine’ visit the App Store, go to The Collection’s Facebook page or get a preview
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