2010 was the year digital publishing moved from an e-ink marketplace to a vibrant multitouch world of interaction.
Amazon, Sony, Barnes & Noble and Kobo held all the cards, with smartphones lacking credibility as reading devices. The arrival of Apple’s iPad changed all this.
Vibrant magazine content, interactive children’s books and incredible journeys into reference material heralded a new world of apps on the substantial digital realestate afforded by the iPad. The e-Book market also took off in a big way, helping to drive a wider acceptance of digital books.
This short book gives a brief summary of how digital publishing has changed in the last two years, how Brandwidth has helped to shape the app marketplace and what exciting next steps we can all expect.
New Retina version updated to include reference to The New iPad, latest Apple TV and future Smart TV plans.