DPS Coming to Windows 8.1

Adobe Digital Publishing Suite was featured onstage today at the Microsoft Build Conference to announce support for Windows 8.1 in late 2013. Steve Guggenheimer, Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President and Chief Evangelist, demonstrated the reading experience on Windows 8.1 with a sneak preview of Time Inc.’s Real Simple magazine.


We are excited to announce that Adobe is bringing Digital Publishing Suite to Windows 8.1 devices in late 2013. Publishers and brands will be able to design and publish content to devices such as the Microsoft Surface, reaching a growing population of Windows 8 tablet users. Designers will be able to use DPS to create dynamic and interactive magazines and newspapers, rich and enticing retail catalogs, as well as sales enablement, corporate communications and brand loyalty apps delivered to customers, employees, or stakeholders.

Read the press release from Microsoft here.



  • By David Hubbs - 6:11 PM on August 28, 2013  

    Will the Windows 8.1 support be for both single folio or just multiple folio publications. Will this be on InDesign CC or will this also be in CS6?

  • By Chris Davis - 5:42 AM on June 30, 2013  

    This is good news for Adobe as it extends the number of devices a developer can publish to with the Digital Publishing Suite.

  • By Gilberto Balderas - 12:46 PM on June 28, 2013  


  • By Ignacio - 3:09 AM on June 28, 2013  

    Does it mean that DPS apps may be available to desktop computers and laptops equipped with Windows 8.1 as well?