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Print2App - New digital media publishing service for iPad, iPhone and other platforms
Print2App is a new service for anyone wishing to publish media via the Apple App Store. Maybe you're a traditional publisher looking to branch into digital publishing? Or, maybe you want to create your very own book or magazine to market and sell?
Making the jump to digital can be a costly exercise. For internal development you will need to invest in software and additional technical staff. Or, you can pass your content to a digital magazine vendor – and pay a heavy premium for having your magazine content hosted.
Or, you can test the water with one of our low cost digital editions. Our App reader is a match for competing digital readers – and even outperforms them in many areas. In buying an app from us there is no long term commitment; simply let us create and publish a digital edition for you and see how it performs. Afterwards, we can continue to provide the same value service – or tailor the App to create an enhanced digital experience. We can include video, gallery options and animations – whatever you need to make your App the perfect digital reading experience.
Print2App is ideal digital platform for:
• Comic Books
• Any Interactive content
Traditional Printing Firms
Add Digital Publishing to your list of services:
With content creators already moving towards the digital publication of their work, it makes sense for traditional printing firms to move with the times – and offer their clients a cost effective means of distributing their media digitally.
We make it as easy as possible for your clients to try the service. We do not require specially formatted PDF files, as is the case with many digital magazine vendors. No additional work is required on behalf your client – we can derive the content directly from the same PDF files you use for printing.
We are keen to work in partnership with traditional printing firms, on a profit share basis.
Earn money from your work - sell your content through the iBookstore:
Anyone who has sought to get a book published will know of the pitfalls involved. Traditional publishing houses will only print a fraction of the content they receive – hence a publishing deal is hard to achieve by even the most accomplished author.
Self publishing is an option. But, self-publishing with traditional print is a costly exercise and the task of marketing and selling your book becomes a major hurdle.
Publishing digitally however, is different. Distributing your book digitally makes the whole process of marketing and selling copies easier. By advertising the link to your book on a digital store you can give your customers the opportunity to buy instantly. And, because our production costs are so much lower than traditional print costs, you can charge less per copy – increasing the chance of a sale.
Here at Print2App we take your book content and prepare it for digital distribution. This includes the assignation of an ISBN number and the production of cover art. We have access to a large network of talented artists who can help you illustrate your book at a price that suits you. All Books published via Print2App are distributed via the iBookstore service.
Marketeers & Advertising Agencies
Bring your client's brand to the App Store.
iPad Apps are a fantastic way to showcase your clients products and services to over 80 Million potential viewers. We can produce a branded App for your client to give away as part of a promotion. Need something a little bit special? We can tailor the App to suit your clients requirements. More advanced features might include the ability to see all your clients latest promotions, along with up-to-the-minute news.
Print2App is owned and operated by Pocketeers Limited
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Game and application software developer and digital media publisher for portable and smartphone / tablet devices (iPhone, iPad, Android, Samsung, Windows Phone 7 and Blackberry), established in 2002