Design, iPad + Tablet

Yankee Publishing Knows How to Make an iPad App

If you’re interested in how to make an iPad app, we have a fantastic example for you from Yankee Publishing Inc. Old Farmers Almanac Monthly Magazine is available on the iPad for anyone interested in gardening, food, weather and those little tidbits that make life so interesting. Millions of readers love the Old Farmer’s Almanac book that is published once a year. The annual book is a tradition that will continue to be purchased every autumn and used for years. However, Mag+ has enabled Yankee Publishing to connect Almanac fans with the content they love, in a format that is more dynamic than print.

The May issue of Old Farmers Almanac Monthly is currently in iTunes and ready for you to download. This issue is a fantastic read! Did you know that the concept of ‘Mothers Day’ goes back to the ancient mythology – specifically to the long-ago civilizations of the Greeks and Romans? The May issue has a complete feature on Mother’s Day that is filed with fun facts.

In addition to fun and intriguing content like; the power of the full moon, what makes an onion a Vidalia, and weather predictions for the summer, Old Farmer’s Almanac Monthly Magazine gives a smooth and engaging user experience. Created on the Mag+ platform, most articles include scrolling A-layers, beautiful photos and diagrams, as well as pop-up videos.

Check out the highlights video below for inspiration on how you can make an iPad app, and download in this issue in iTunes today!

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About Zoran Opalic

Professional in design and publishing industry. Conceptualize and orchestrate designs and redesigns that effectively reinforce and build brand images. Proven ability to drive record-high campaign in increasing publication sales and execute successful product launches...

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