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2013 Research: Media tablets now used by at least one-third of U.S. adults

                 Growth of large tablets may be slower in 2013       Profile of mobile media users in 2013      Profile of smartphone users in 2013                            Profile of smartphone news consumers in 2013       Profile of large media tablet users in 2013       Profile of large tablet news consumers Click to enlarge charts Research by RJ Institute … Continue reading

What journalists need to know about the difference between Web apps and native apps

  Facebook’s recent unveiling of Home, a software suite for Android phones (and soon tablets), offered more evidence that apps rule the mobile world. Just a few years ago, usage of apps lagged Web browsing within that world. But we now spend more than 80 percent of our mobile time with apps, according to Flurry … Continue reading

Mag+ Challenges Publishers to Re-Imagine the Issue

Three Years and 1,000 Apps Later, Touchscreen Publishing Pioneer Offers Four Key Factors for Success in Making Great Apps New York, New York, April 3, 2013—After three years and more than 1,000 touchscreen publication apps, Mag+ and its customers have learned how to unleash the power of this important medium. Contrary to the word of uninformed doomsayers, Mag+ … Continue reading

Don’t be “platform agnostic”

News publishers have to understand the contours of the shift or risk mobile becoming “digital hesitation 2.0.” The market research firm comScore recently released its annual major mobile report. A dive into the data distills lessons for journalism right now, some of them counterintuitive. Move aggressively to mobile immediately — don’t wait for revenue to … Continue reading

Mag+ 4.1 – Create Your Interactive Mobile Apps

It has never been easier to create interactive mobile apps. The main things Mag + wanted to accomplish with new release are to 1) extend the creative possibilities with the Mag+ system; and 2) make producing an issue faster and easier. Basically they took a bunch of stuff that required HTML before and built it … Continue reading

RJI: Tips for creating tablet apps to reach younger audience

Creating a tablet application for your news organization is challenging but doable. Be ready to admit your failures and build on them, said digital media guru Doug Bennett. “When you’re in digital you have to recognize that there’s no recipe for success because you’re always experimenting and trying new things,” he said. Bennett is the … Continue reading

Design trends of 2012: The good, the bad, and the ‘die already’

As we play taps for 2012, let’s take a look at what developers and designers got into over the past 12 months, aesthetically speaking. Web (and tablet and smartphone) design this year was more than ever characterized by relatively new technological capabilities. Advances on the dev side made tricks and conventions on the design side … Continue reading

New Poynter Eyetrack research reveals how people read news on tablets

It’s all about touch. People were either intimately involved with the iPad screen while reading during recent eyetracking study — keeping nearly constant contact while touching, tapping, pinching and swiping to adjust their view — or they carefully arranged a full screen of text before physically detaching as they sat back to read. This intimate … Continue reading

News Corp Shutting Down “The Daily” iPad Publication

The latest News Corp press release says that the Daily, its standalone daily iPad newspaper, will “cease standalone publication”. The newspaper had a high profile launch in February 2011, but had apparently struggled to pay its way — recent reports suggested the losses were looking like $30 million a year, and rumors that Rupert Murdoch … Continue reading

Trends in News Consumption: 1991-2012

Section 1: Watching, Reading and Listening to the News Television continues to be the public’s top daily news source. In the current survey, 55% say they watched the news or a news program on television yesterday. That is little changed from recent news consumption surveys. In the 1990s, however, far more Americans said they watched … Continue reading

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