400+ Apps Launched Using Digital Publishing Suite

In just a few short months, the number of apps built with Digital Publishing Suite has more than doubled. Back in March, we hit the 200 published titles milestone. As of today there are 400+ apps available for download from the Apple App store, Android Market and BlackBerry App World.

Titles Published Using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite

Titles Published Using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite

What is really exciting is the growing interest in creating interactive publications outside of the magazine and newspaper industry. The capabilities of Digital Publishing Suite are stoking the imagination of many in-house creative and marketing teams who are thinking broadly of how immersive content can drive deeper and broader user and brand engagement. In the last couple of months we have seen the publication of interactive travel guides (Ontario Travel), product catalogs (ClearVision Optical), university marketing materials promoting student life (University of Dayton Viewbook), brochures for services (P&O Cruises) and event programs for the fine arts (Oregon Symphony).

Ontario Travel

Clear Vision Optical

ClearVision Optical

University of Dayton

University of Dayton

 P&O Cruises

P&O Cruises


Oregon Symphony

Oregon Symphony






Flying Monsters 3D

Flying Monsters 3D








Also driving an increase in applications is the ability of Digital Publishing Suite to enable publishing content to Android and BlackBerry tablets.  An interesting example of this on the Android platform is the Flying Monster 3D application used to promote naturalist David Attenborough’s newest film.

It’s been an exciting journey so far. Hats off to the creative and talented designer and production professionals who have built and publish very engaging and immersive applications.  The Digital Publishing Suite team is looking forward to seeing what the next 400 apps bring!

Check out the Digital Publishing Gallery to view all the publications created with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite.



  • By Rick Foltz - 6:19 PM on August 3, 2012  

    I found this on Tuesday and i told my wife about this. Would you happen to have any more information on this?

  • By Kit Aamot - 10:05 PM on March 8, 2012  

    Howdy! This post could not be written much better! Looking at this post reminds me of my previous roommate! He always kept preaching about this. I’ll send this article to him. Pretty sure he will have a great read. Thanks for sharing!

  • By kai cheng - 5:54 AM on July 23, 2011  

    I can view my digital magazine via ADOBE Viewer.

    But how can I upload it to App Store?

    Thanks in advance

    • By Adobe Digital Publishing Suite Team - 9:32 PM on July 28, 2011  

      Hi Kai, It looks like your question came through twice. We just responded in the other blog thread, but just in case, here is the response again: To publish a magazine and distribute it to the apple app store, you must purchase Digital Publishing Suite so that you have access to the Viewer Builder service. Using Viewer Builder service (in combination with other DPS services and the Folio Producer tools in InDesign) you can create an .ipa file which is essentially a branded content viewer that will consume a .folio file (content). The IPA file is submitted to Apple for distribution via the app store, pending Apple approval. For more details on how to publish to the apple app store, please post a question to the DPS forum on adobe.com. You can find that at: http://forums.adobe.com/community/dps/. Thanks for asking!

  • By Kaveh Bazargan - 11:53 AM on July 7, 2011  

    This post and others from your blog are being copied without your permission on another site:


    I have warned the guy repeatedly on LinkedIn and on my blog too:


    where he has replied.

    Please take any action necessary to stop him plagiarizing your and other people’s content.

    • By Adobe Digital Publishing Suite Team - 10:01 PM on July 28, 2011  

      Thank you for this feedback, Kaveh.

  • By Chuck vdL - 1:52 AM on July 6, 2011  

    bah sorry bad link in prior message this is the page on that site that is duplicating the above content from your site here. http://equiretechnologies.wordpress.com/2011/06/22/400-apps-launched-using-digital-publishing-suite-by-adobe-digital-publishing-admin/

  • By Chuck vdL - 1:50 AM on July 6, 2011  

    Not sure what your position is on having your blog content copied verbatim and reposted on another blog without any link to your site or attribution of any sort. but you should be aware that this site http://equiretechnologies.wordpress.com/2011/06/28/e-volution-of-the-book/ has (in I presume violation of wordpress TOS) duplicated all the text from the above blog posting on their own blog, with no indication of where the content originated.

    You may want to utilize the DCMA takedown page here http://automattic.com/dmca/ to report this if it was done without your permission.

  • By d-i-jonline - 11:57 AM on June 24, 2011  

    Well apps are the next big thing and everybody wants to be ahead off the curve. And adobe is the best program to help do that