Peace for Paris

The international press has been deeply impacted by the brutal terrorist attacks of November 13th, in Paris. The violence that hit the city and killed 129 people and wounded more than 350 has left only tears and mourning behind. There are no words to ease the pain of those who lost their mother, father, daughter,[…]

US Newspaper publishers prefer HTML5 over native app development

It looks like HTML5 is quickly gaining ground in the US Publishing industry. A recent survey by Alliance for  Audited Media of 210  companies in North  America found that US Newspaper publishers prefer HTML5 web app technology over native app development. Source: Newspaper & Technology Spring Edition, Alliance for Audited Media  (AAM) 2012 Digital Publishing Survey  conducted by Roslow[…]

Twipe presents its Next Generation Digital Newspaper Solution on La Presse au Futur in Paris

On November 28 – 29, Twipe will showcase its award-winning Next Generation Digital Newspaper solution on “La Presse au Futur”. This event brings together key decision makers from the French newspaper industry. During 2 days they reflect together about the key changes the newspaper publishing industry is facing. Visit Twipe on booth 36. Twipe will also[…]

PEW Research & Economist: Americans are rapidly adopting smartphones and tablets for news consumption

Americans are rapidly embracing mobile technologies such as smartphones and tablets, a shift that has major implications for how news will be consumed and paid for. Half of all U.S. adults now have a mobile connection to the web through either a smartphone or tablet, significantly more than a year ago, and this has major[…]

The New York Times launches experimental HTML5 Web app for digital subscribers on iPad

The New York Times is copying the Financial Times by launching a new HTML5 web app to run on Apple’s iPad. The app will complement the publisher’s existing offer of native mobile apps. The app is now available today and can be installed on iPad when surfing to, although you need to have a[…]

Regional newspapers Gazet Van Antwerpen and Belang van Limburg now also available in a new iPad app

As of this week, Concentra’s two main newspapers ‘Het Belang van Limburg’ (HBVL) and ‘Gazet van Antwerpen’ (GVA) are also available on iPad. Both iPad apps have been developed by Twipe. The iPad apps offer a replica Newspaper reading experience, which has been enhanced by the introduction of a number of new and unique features:

  • Template based headline teasers
  • User profiling for hyperregional content delivery
  • Article textview in newspaper layout

The daily newspapers are available to the print subscribers, to iTunes subscribers and through in-app purchase.