Apple’s team finally took to the stage once again during Monday’s WWDC 2017 keynote. Let’s have a look at how Cupertino’s latest batch of updates will affect publishers #1: Advertising once again on the chopping block Dwindling ad revenues have become a recurring theme over the past months, as Google and Facebook keep taking the lion’s[…]
With the new update to Apple’s iOS there are new opportunities for digital publishers. Most importantly the revamped lock screen, can now be customized and shows more widgets. Enabling the user to get a quicker overview of their news. Widgets Widgets on your lock screen can now be added, removed and rearranged. Thus, making the[…]
Twipe is growing and we are looking for new talent in Software Development. Join us and build together with us the Next Generation of Digital Publishing solutions for newspapers and magazines. Check our jobs page here.
The New York Times is copying the Financial Times by launching a new HTML5 web app to run on Appleâ€™s iPad. The app will complement the publisherâ€™s existing offer of native mobile apps. The app is now available today and can be installed on iPad when surfing to App.NYTimes.com, although you need to have a[…]
Since last week, publishers and other app developers can sell subscriptions with recurring payments through their Android apps. For the past year Android developers could conduct one-time transactions, such as single-issue sales, through in-app purchases. But only now can Android users authorizeÂ automatic monthly or annual paymentsÂ for a subscription. Apple has offered in-app subscriptions on iOS[…]
Next week, 16-18th April, Twipe will be participating to the Digital Media Europe 2012 (WAN IFRA) in London. On Monday 16th April, Twipe organizes a Belgian Beer Tasting event from 18h-20h. The tasting will be held at Belgo Centraal, a paradise for Belgium beer lovers. Â An excellent opportunity to network with other participants in a[…]
NiemandlabÂ talked to the Europeans and Brits and the conversations parallel those in the States: shrinking print circulation; declining classifieds; print ad revenues dropping steadily. â€œWhat happens in the U.S. will happen here â€” we just donâ€™t know how quickly,â€
They looked at three European news companies taking the lead in developing new business models to maintain and increase revenues.
Do Kindle Fire owners still like their devices now that theyâ€™ve had a few months to kick the tires? A new survey indicates that for the most part, theyâ€™re more pleased with their purchase than those who bought other Android tablets last year but less satisfied than iPad owners. Changewave Research, which conducts surveys of[…]