IOS

24th September 2015

Facebook rolls out 360-degree videos

The social network showed off panoramic videos from Star Wars, Vice, NBC’s Saturday Night Live, LeBron James and GoPro (Digiday)
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21st September 2015

Apple finally kills Newsstand

Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 9, brings with it the chance to try Apple’s new newsreader, Apple News (Wired)
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14th September 2015

New Eating Smart app for woman&home built by Rhapsody

Rhapsody, the UK’s leading cross-media production agency, has produced a new Eating Smart app for woman&home, the UK's largest lifestyle magazine
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10th September 2015

How four publishers are approaching Apple News app

The News app is just the latest come-on by a platform to have publishers distribute their articles and videos straight to its app (Digiday)
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10th September 2015

Apple Event proves disappointing for publishers

September has rolled around once again, bringing with it the annual release of bigger, shinier, pricier stuff from the Apple factory (Page Lizard)
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3rd September 2015

Facebook tests pop-out video that follows you along the newsfeed

Facebook rolled out the pop-out video feature to a select number of users on the app to encourage (or enforce) video engagement rates (The Drum)
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28th July 2015

Sainsbury’s launches its own digital newsstand

Sainsbury's now offers PDF replica editions of ‘over 1,000 magazines’ from the UK, as well as from the US, Canada, Australia and Asia (TNM)
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17th July 2015

Why adblockers should scare the media world

Adblocking is a serious consideration for everyone in the media world, and its spread to mobile isn’t something to simply shrug off (Contently)
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16th July 2015

How new iOS9 features can increase subscriptions

iOS9, available in October, will offer publishers an opportunity to take advantage of some new features and are significant for digital publishers
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12th July 2015

Apple trumps Android securing 78 per cent mobile video completion rates

Apple's iPhone and iPad products draw significantly higher video ad completion rates than their Android and Blackberry powered rivals in the UK (The Drum)
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