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Aquafadas Introduces Next Gen Reader in the Newest Version of Its Digital Publishing System

  Aquafadas Introduces Next Gen Reader in the Newest Version of Its Digital Publishing System

Version 3.4 of the Aquafadas Digital Publishing System boasts the ultimate in responsiveness, fluidity and elegance thanks to the new Next Gen Reader

Montpellier, France – July 17, 2014 – Aquafadas, developer of digital publishing solutions, today released version 3.4 of its Digital Publishing System, which introduces readers to Aquafadas’ new Next Gen Reader. Sharpening the user-experience, this new Reader results in improved app responsiveness, fluidity and elegance. Find out more about Aquafadas Digital Publishing System 3.4 here.

Aquafadas Digital Publishing System 3.4: New and Improved Features

More responsive: The Next Gen Reader immediately reacts to a user's gesture. Pages are pre-downloaded to navigate without any delay.


It's Time for Writers to Embrace Creating With the iPhone

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As an aspiring novelist, I'm always curious to see what tools other writers are using to work on their manuscripts. In his introduction to On Writing Well, William Zinsser partly lamented the rise of technology, because it made it far too easy for bad writers to publish their work.  On the other hand, he liked that technology also made it easier for good writers to publish their work.



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Many good programs for finding duplicate files - based on file name, size, and checksums - but finding duplicate songs can be trickier. After all, if you have the same record. Mp3 and. M4a formats, you have duplicate songs not to repeat the files.

So you need to search by metadata - the extra information that defines the content of a particular file. You need a program that can match the song with the same title and the same artist (because of smash mouth " I am a believer "is not a duplicate of the Monkees' original.)


MAGNOTE -The world's 1st notebook composed of magnets

MAGNOTE -The world's 1st notebook composed of magnets

Orangemonkie team pursue 'simple, essential' products like Apple.

WIth this motto, the Orangemonkie team are trying to make a new type of notebook. Because it’s still something inconvenient in some ways to use notebooks even though there has been so many types created since the invention of paper.

Finally, they created Magnote, which is the world’s first notebook composed of magnets.
It is the simplest way to both bind and separate all the books you need.
You don’t have to carry all different sizes of heavy books anymore; just carry as much as you need depending on your purpose. It also plays an important role for easy storage.

You can find more information on the kickstarter project page.
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/orangemonkie/magnote-the-notebook-r...


The iPad Reading Apps Battle: Round 2

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A few weeks ago, I wrote an article called "iPad Reading Apps: Kindle vs. iBooks" which received a lot of reads and comments. And I thank the many people who not only read the article but who took the time to respond. I enjoyed your many comments. Since that time, I have learned some new things about reading eBooks on the iPad.



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Using One max recommended way - as a very generously proportioned phone - is an exercise in frustration, and nothing exemplifies that better than its major new features, the fingerprint scanner. First, it was placed in exactly the wrong place. Sitting immediately below the camera lens and requires a swipe, it almost compels you to smudge the lens every time you want to identify yourself. The need for a vertical mast is also problematic, because the natural position of your hand at an angle sensor, demanding an unnatural and uncomfortable movements to activate it. Inevitably, that leads to regular failures to recognize your signature epidermic.


iPad Reading Apps: Kindle vs. iBooks

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I am an avid reader. I try to read at least 52 books a year. And up until the fall of 2011, I fought the whole e-book trend. But on September 17, 2011, I received my first e-book reader: a Kindle keyboard. And my conversion from being a print book reader to an e-book reader began.  



Apple News: A Tale of Two Megacorporations

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For an interesting take on how two massively successful corporations operate, just take a look at Microsoft and Amazon. Both companies offer apps that rely upon users buying a subscription. When Microsoft released their Office suite for the iPad, they made it free, but users needed to buy an Office 365 subscription to access premium features. Amazon just bought the comic book reading app Comixology which also lets users buy and subscribe to new comic releases using the app. This is where the similarities end. 



Spanish Magazine Revista Don Uses Aquafadas’ Award-Winning Digital Publishing System to Create a Visually Stunning Interactive World

Spanish Magazine Revista Don Uses Aquafadas’ Award-Winning Digital Publishing System to Create a Visually Stunning Interactive World

Selected as one of Apple’s “Best of 2013” apps, Revista Don’s digitally charged design continues to gain recognition in the publishing industry

Montpellier, France – April 24, 2014 – Aquafadas, developer of digital publishing solutions, applauds eZine Revista Don on its prodigious success in the Apple App Store and Google Play. After only two months on the market, the sleek Spanish publication, developed with the Aquafadas Digital Publishing System, was selected as one of the App Store’s “Best of 2013.” It has since developed into a globally enjoyed digital magazine with thousands of downloads each month.


Art Authority: Why I Sold My Art Books

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I’ve sold most of my art books. I don’t know if this was the intent of Open Door’s Alan Oppenheimer or not, but it was the result of him providing me with Art Authority ($9.99). My iPad is no coffee table book, but that’s a good thing. As Apple touts the pencil thinness of the iPad Air, coffee table books start to look more and more arcane. What coffee table books have over the iPad is the size of their canvas. But when one actually visit museums, art books seem a bit of a travesty of pure form. Books not only fail to represent scale well, they don’t reproduce paintings or drawings with anything like fidelity to the originals; and they offer no way to experience media or paint thickness or pen impression. And when it comes to sculpture they are, of course, overwhelmingly flat (not to dismiss pop-up books).



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