July 29, 2014
In June, Adobe released significant updates enhancing the DPS native Android and Windows viewers, streamlining the process for creating mobile apps for these platforms. Customers now have access to a robust set of interactive features–as well as article and viewer capabilities–that bring the same great reading experience audiences love on iOS to the Android and Windows platforms. Be sure to check out this comparison chart that illustrates how DPS features stack up across leading iOS and Android tablets and smartphones as well as Windows Mobile phones.
Adobe DPS Sr. Product Manager, Neil Enns, recently contributed this article to Talking New Media, providing a step-by-step overview of how to seamlessly develop an Android app with DPS. See first hand how you can create one piece of content—whether it’s an issue of a magazine, a sales enablement app, a game day app, or your company’s annual report– and deliver it to the Apple App Store, Google Play, Samsung Papergarden and Windows Store–without having to alter it or invest any additional production time. You’ll also learn how the same engaging, interactive experience will be maintained regardless of the device from which your audiences are accessing your content.
Now with DPS, delivering immersive, engaging content to the wide world of Android and Windows device users is faster, easier and more cost-effective than ever before.
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