Results tagged “future of digital publishing”

Adobe DPS announces strong readership metrics, free license to .folio file specification

Adobe DPS Metrics

Today, Adobe made several announcements about the Adobe® Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) – where it is today and where it’s heading. And the news is exciting. With more than 150 million digital publications built with DPS downloaded – some 80% of all digital issues on mobile devices – DPS has been changing the way publishers and companies connect to their readers and customers around the world.

And even better, we’re offering a free license to our .folio format for digital magazines in 2014. This free license will enable any newsstand licensee to implement its own .folio viewer and increase the availability of DPS magazine apps.

For full details, take a look at the announcement on the Adobe Digital Publishing blog.

MAX 2010 Kicks Off in Los Angeles

Adobe is making headlines this week as we kick off our annual MAX conference in Los Angeles. Sign up here for live streaming of Kevin Lynch’s keynote.

Over the next three days, we’ll highlight innovations, sneak peek new technologies and illustrate how Adobe is powering the multiscreen revolution – solving the challenges of multiscreen authoring, delivery and measurement with Flash and HTML5. We’ll also share news about the future of digital publishing, Web and mobile advancements, the latest enterprise solutions and perspective on multiscreen gaming trends.

For more context on Adobe’s news today, visit the Adobe press room for more. We’ll be posting photos and video footage throughout the event. We’ll also be posting photos and video footage throughout the event on Photoshop.com, Flickr, and YouTube.

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