Now Available: Content Viewer for Android

In recent weeks, I’ve heard clear excitement from publishers about creating publishing content for the wave of Android tablets coming to market soon (like the Motorola Xoom).  Publishers see the growth of Android tablets as key to enabling maximum reach for their content and also essential to building a profitable digital business. Flexibility in how publishers distribute content across these new platforms and marketplaces will be pivotal to growing readership and monetizing content.

To help our customers capitalize on these opportunities I’m excited today to announce that Content Viewer for Android, part of Digital Publishing Suite, is available immediately for download through the Digital Publishing Suite Prerelease program.  Compatible for use on Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) and Android 2.2 (Froyo) devices, this new viewer allows publishers to author using Digital Publishing Suite and deploy that content across platforms and different devices.

Major publishers using Digital Publishing Suite are on board to create and distribute content using Content Viewer for Android.  Condé Nast, National Geographic and Dennis Publishing are among the first publishers to indicate they will use this new viewer to amplify the reach of their content. National Geographic, in fact, is a significant new publisher using Digital Publishing Suite and will soon be launching “50 Greatest Photographs of National Geographic” on Android (and also iPad).

In addition to flexible distribution across device platforms, Digital Publishing Suite also enables publishers to choose how they will monetize their content. After all, creating a viable digital publishing ecosystem requires that publishers are able to sell their content on popular devices while maintaining long-established direct relationships with their customers. As such, Digital Publishing Suite supports direct entitlement (where publishers can fulfill digital content by integrating with a print subscriber database) as well as in-app purchase (currently through Apple App store, with planned support for Android Market).  Adobe helps publishers enable their readers to flexibly buy their favorite digital publications from their mobile marketplace of choice  to be read on a wide variety of tablet devices, including the impending wave of Android tablets.

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  • By john - 2:43 AM on January 10, 2013  

    Are there any plans for an Android content viewer update, that supports PDF stacks?

  • By jeon joo hee - 2:17 PM on January 8, 2013  

    감사합니다.

  • By jeon joo hee - 2:16 PM on January 8, 2013  

  • By ahmad - 12:10 AM on November 25, 2012  

    i love it is good

  • By lawana goodell - 8:49 AM on September 10, 2012  

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    i lied about it all im a compulsive liar. im so sorry!

  • By Luis - 8:13 PM on July 2, 2012  

    Does this work fine on ICS 4.04? And is it still in beta stage? Thank you.

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  • By Lawana M. Goodell - 6:52 PM on August 25, 2011  

    im so happy

  • By Jack - 7:52 AM on July 21, 2011  

    Can’t download Content Viewer for Android.
    I filled in the questionnaire and then entered adobe.com/beta, but it kept telling me I type wrong account and verfilying characters. How can I do? Please help. Thank you very much.

    • By Adobe Digital Publishing Suite Team - 9:35 PM on July 28, 2011  

      Hi Jack, Are you asking about the prerelease credentials? Or, could you explain what you are looking for? Thanks.

  • By retokuhn - 1:37 PM on July 8, 2011  

    Hi, I am using Adobe Viewer 1.8.0.0.23535. Is there a known issue with the panorama overlay? It does not work with the tutorial files on a htc desire mobile phone.

    • By Adobe Digital Publishing Suite Team - 9:57 PM on July 28, 2011  

      Hi there, Thanks for reaching out with this question. To get the best support for this, please post this in the DPS forum at: http://forums.adobe.com/community/dps/.

  • By Adobe Digital Publishing Admin - 9:22 PM on June 2, 2011  
  • By venkatnarayan B - 4:27 AM on April 1, 2011  

    can’t find the linke to download from the pre-release programme. Please help. How can i find the Android App? I have emailed Adobe but I havent received and reply from them. Can any one or Adobe please email me the app? – arvind1983@yahoo.com. Thanks so much.

    • By Adobe Digital Publishing Admin - 10:36 PM on April 5, 2011  

      Hi there, you can apply for the prerelease program at adobe.com/beta (select Digital Publishing Suite program). Select downloads, then look for the Content Viewer file with the .apk extension.

  • By mcklan3 - 1:57 AM on March 30, 2011  

    Hi,
    The Prerelease Drop 11 resolve my problem…
    Thanks :)

  • By mcklan3 - 1:20 AM on March 30, 2011  

    Hi,
    anyone have the content viewer app to Android?
    Can you send me please to my email or send me the link to the direct download.
    I’m in the Digital Publishing Suite Prerelease program but i can’t find the link for download the app.
    Thanks!

    mcklan3@gmail.com

  • By jody - 6:07 AM on March 11, 2011  

    I need flash for my xoom. How do I get it??

  • By Thomas Sehested - 4:00 AM on March 10, 2011  

    Testing honecomb ón tablet