Catholic Life magazine is now available in app form through the iTunes App Store. A touchstone for both contemporary and historical aspects of the Catholic faith, Catholic Life can be read on-the-go on your iPad/iPhone and through the Exact Editions website.Keep Reading
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iOS 7 is finally here, and we’re all pleased as punch with it here at Exact Editions headquarters. iPads and iPhones were poised at the ready for the big update(s) on Wednesday night, and we weren’t disappointed.
The new sleek interface comes with ‘zooming’ apps, new ringtones, faster email, photo organisation and Spotlight, as well as overhauls of the weather and calendar apps.
What’s not to love? Whilst the ‘zooming’ open feature may leave your head spinning, we’re told that … Keep Reading
Today marks the launch of AnOther Magazine‘s shiny new app on the iOS Newsstand. The sleek and stylish iOS interface is the perfect medium for AnOther’s jaw-dropping couture and classy commentaries.
Since its launch in 2001, AnOther Magazine has been a beacon of artistic brilliance to fashionistas the world over. Iconic images of A-list actresses have graced cover after cover: think Nicole Kidman, Gwyneth Paltrow, Uma Thurman and Kate Moss, to name just a few. Interviews with … Keep Reading
The Financial Times in mid-air
In the dog days of August, about two weeks ago, Tyler Brûlé found himself in Australia with some cancelled appointment and decided that it was time to get home to London, earlier than he had planned:
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After a layover in Singapore, I boarded the last British Airways service up to London and settled in for the 12-ish hour flight. I asked the crew for a copy of the FT’s weekday edition, and a few
Hurrah! App Access is now part and parcel of our site-wide subscriptions, thanks to the latest upgrade from our tech team. They’re called network subscriptions.
Forget being tied to a computer: a network subscription allows an entire site roaming access to a title’s app on your own iPad or iPhone.
For those of an academic persuasion, this will mean an end to wandering round the library, unable to snag a computer for your research. Students with an iPad or an … Keep Reading