Fully retina display enabled to take advantage of the razor-sharp image quality on the new iPad, the monthly edition contains a raft of interactive features in addition to the standard print-replica edition for iPhone. These include animated intros, 360º product views, additional picture galleries, full-screen videos and sharable text.
The Australian T3 Interactive Edition was created by the Sydney based Future team using its own proprietary software, FutureFolio. FutureFolio is an Apple-approved wrapper for digital products on the Newsstand, which opens up new opportunities and channels for the digital publication market as well as advertisers.
The James Bond-themed issue features all the kit the world’s most famous spy could need, as well as a bona fide Bond girl on the cover.
Rob Edwards, Editor of Australian T3, says: “The Australian T3 Interactive iPad Edition offers our readers an opportunity to engage with the Australian T3 experience like never before. It’s fitting to see Australia’s favourite tech magazine embracing all that a digital edition can offer, with full-screen videos, interactive features and additional content delivered to our audience of passionate tech enthusiasts.”
Neville Daniels, COO of Future Publishing Australia, says: “This first fully interactive issue of Australian T3 is the product of some great work by our Sydney based team. It’s the perfect magazine to demonstrate our digital credentials and our tech savvy readers will have a lot of fun exploring the issue. It also presents interesting new opportunities for advertisers to engage with consumers.”
With over 70 titles available to purchase on Apple’s Newsstand, the Future group is a world leader in tablet publishing and has more digital editions available globally for iPads and iPhones than any other publisher.
The Australian T3 Interactive Edition is available to download from the App Store http://goo.gl/CyuyO as a single issue or as part of a range of subscription offers.
About Future plc:
Future plc is an international media group and leading digital publisher, listed on the London Stock Exchange (symbol: FUTR). Founded in 1985 with one magazine, today we have operations in the UK, US and Australia creating 200 special-interest publications, apps, websites and events. We hold market-leading positions in Games, Film, Music, Technology, Cycling, Automotive and Crafts. Our most well-known products include T3, Total Film, Classic Rock and Official Xbox Magazine. Our websites include gamesradar.com, bikeradar.com, musicradar.com and techradar.com (the UK’s number one consumer technology website). Future sells 2.2 million magazines each month; we attract more than 45 million monthly unique visitors to our websites; and we deliver over 100 digital editions and bespoke apps on tablet. Future exports or syndicates publications to 89 countries, making us the UK’s number one exporter and licensor of magazine content. Future was named Consumer Digital Publisher of the Year for the second year running at the Association of Online Publishers Awards 2012 and PPA Digital Consumer Publisher of the Year 2012.