Get in the Game

GameAppPhotoThe upcoming BCS National Championship game, Notre Dame vs. Alabama, is expected to be among the most-watched college football games of all-time. Now, sports fans around the world can get the inside track by downloading a free Game Day App powered by Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS). These multimedia-packed apps enable fans to enjoy the latest in second screen experiences as they interact with articles, photos, videos, team roasters, and social media feeds in real time. It simply makes the game come alive. Who do you think will win? Download your favorite team’s app here and get in the game!

All of these great features were made possible with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, a complete solution for creating rich, interactive content across devices. With mobile devices becoming the interface of choice for digital content, educational institutions increasingly rely on DPS as the de facto standard to communicate with students, alumni, and the broader campus community. Students are also using DPS to create and deliver digital content – especially via tablet devices – while honing skills that give them an edge in today’s highly competitive job market. The good news is, with DPS, students and institutions alike can create digital campus newspapers, brochures and apps without writing a single line of code!

If you’re interested in seeing how it all works, check out a couple of recent tutorials that we posted to the Adobe & You students channel on Adobe TV. The first shows you how to optimize your InDesign portfolio for the iPad and the second walks you through how to publish an iPad application.

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