PageSuite have produced a new digital solution including a PDF multi-title replica app and HTML5 desktop solution for The Dallas Morning News. The ePaper launched on PageSuite’s HTML5 reader which guarantees the content can be viewed in the browser across mobile and tablet devices as well as desktops. Both the app and ePaper feature PageSuite’s latest functionality, guaranteeing that The Dallas Morning News are offering their audience the latest cross-platform browsing experience, says PageSuite.
The PDF replica app and the desktop solution includes PageSuite’s translations feature and pop-out article functionality which allows readers to select an article of interest and read it in an enhanced ‘pop up’ view. This alternative reading view permits subscribers to read the content clearly across desktop, tablet and mobile devices.
Eric Evans, Product Manager at The Dallas Morning News said: “PageSuite has enabled us to reach more users than ever before by providing a solution that works across multiple platforms and ecosystems. We are thrilled to have the chance to increase engagement within our digital product portfolio through the most advanced ePaper platform available.”
The Dallas Morning News has moved from a stand-alone iPad replica solution and have now launched their first Android replica solution alongside a mobile and tablet iOS app on PageSuite’s 'Cosmo’ template. The move also sees them launch a desktop ePaper solution with additional functionality and reader features. The Dallas Morning News has launched with two other complementary newspapers, The Denton Record-Chronicle and Spanish title Al Dia.
PageSuite’s SVP of Business Development, Ben Edwards, said: “We are delighted to launch a new digital solution for The Dallas Morning News on our new Cosmo app template and market-leading ePaper platform. The new digital solution will help enhance the reader experience with new innovative reader features such as pop-out article and translations functionality.”
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