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Mobile Publishing Tools
Tools, services and other resources to publish content to mobile devices, smartphones and tablets
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Compose, Arrange and Publish Beautiful Visual Showcases with Stampsy for the iPad

Compose, Arrange and Publish Beautiful Visual Showcases with Stampsy for the iPad | Mobile Publishing Tools | Scoop.it



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Stampy is a new, iPad-based web publishing platform, which allows to create simple and professionaly-looking multi-page web publications with maximum ease.


A Stamp is the unit of content you create on Stampsy and it is equivalent to a "page" or "screen". A Stamp can have up to 10 pages.

Embedded design intelligence: Inside a stamp you can freely place text and images leveraging an integrated background grid which helps you create always well-balanced designs. You can also change font style, colors, and the number of columns used in the page layout.


Fonts come in carefully selected pairs and in a range of sizes to make Stamps look "professional" no matter what you do with them.


Final "stamps" are published directly to the web, and can be immediately shared on Twitter and Facebook.


Ideal for art galleries, profiles, image portfolios and other visual-based short showcases.


Free to use.



Example: http://stampsy.com/1657

http://stampsy.com/1612


More info: http://stampsy.com/


App Store Download: http://appstore.com/stampsy





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Publish Your Magazine To The Apple Newsstand and To All Tablets and Phone Devices

Publish Your Magazine To The Apple Newsstand and To All Tablets and Phone Devices | Mobile Publishing Tools | Scoop.it

Robin Good: TapEdition is a new service which allows physical, print magazine publishers to create highly-visual and interactive edition of their publication, accessible by all types of computers, tablets and mobile devices.


Adding interactive features to your publication is as easy as defining the "hotspots" and then uploading the content.


Key features include:

  • Embeddedable Video & Audio
  • Photo Gallery Show. Choose between scroll view, overlay view, grid view or a list view photo gallery.
  • RSS feeds integration.
  • Text content integration.
  • Tap-to-call and Tap-to-email functionalities.
  • Publish directly to the Apple Newsstand
  • Charge for subscriptions 
  • Display your own advertising 
  • Final output as Apple Newsstand App and also as an HTML5 app

All features: http://www.TapEdition.com/features.php 


A free edition allows you to publish one magazine issue per year at no cost whatsoever. A $29/mo plan allows 12 issues per year and the $299/mo up to 52/year. 


Pricing info: http://www.TapEdition.com/pricing.php 

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Create an Interactive Digital Magazine for iPads By Curating Your Best Published Content with Deezine

Create an Interactive Digital Magazine for iPads By Curating Your Best Published Content with Deezine | Mobile Publishing Tools | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Deezine is a free iPad app which allows you to easily create interactive publications for the iPad by leveraging the content you already have on your blog, site or social media channels.


Specifically, Deezine allows you to integrate content coming from your:

  • iPad photo albums
  • Flickr gallery
  • Facebook photo albums
  • Youtube videos
  • Vimeo videos
  • Text from RSS

Deezine can be utilized to design many different kinds of digital publications including magazines, portfolios, books and presentations.


Free to download and use.


Layouts gallery: http://www.deezine.es/web/layouts_deezine.html 


Quick guide: http://www.deezine.es/Deezine_quickguide.zip 


Tutorials: http://www.deezine.es/web/tutoriales.html 


App Store: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/deezine/id439942928?mt=8 


More info: http://www.deezine.es/ 


(Thanks to @Catepol for having discovered it)

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Max Wright's curator insight, May 8, 2013 7:36 PM

Could be a great tool for students to curate their own data...