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The Wire Archive Live

As of today, every single issue of The Wire since it kicked off in 1982 is available digitally. That’s 353 issues and 25,0000 pages of experimental music history, over 30 years, all available on the iPad/iPhone app or online. Imagine the entirety of The Wire’s history at your fingertips.

Wire Homepage

If you’ll kindly pick your jaws up off the floor, we can tell you that the whole lot is fully searchable, too. So if there’s a specific artist, group or … Keep Reading

Version 7.0 Has Landed

We are rolling out a spanking new version of every single app. We call it version 7.0.

What’s that when it’s at home? It’s a full Archive Preview and Searchability feature, that’s what. Much like the rumours of iOS 7, our update also includes a lovely redesign, which makes each app stand out from the crowd.

The Archive Preview allows any Tom, Dick or Harry (otherwise known as non-subscribers) to marvel at the full extent of the app’s archive before … Keep Reading

Dazed & Confused App currently being featured on CBS Outdoor Campaign by Apple

Spotted on the London Underground, Apple’s latest CBS Outdoor Campaign for the iPad. Out of 300,000 Apps, they have chosen to feature the Dazed & Confused Magazine App. The Exact Editions developed App holds the iconic magazine’s Twenty Year archive, with every issue available at the tap of a button. The chosen cover is from the December 2012 issue featuring renowned stylist Nicola Formichetti (picture of the ad on his Tumblr) and J-pop Princess Kyary Pamyu … Keep Reading

Searching Magazine Apps

Exact Editions apps are all searchable. Individual issues can be searched; years, decades and all the available archive can be searched from within the magazine app. We have recently introduced a new search engine and an improved interface for browsing magazine archives and selecting the focus for a search.

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Over-delivering the Archive

Publishers are having a problem with ebooks. The problem is that the new tablet readers are working and ebooks are selling, but there are worrying signs that prices are falling, competition is increasing, and there is a race to the bottom. Best-selling print books used to cost $24.99 $19.99 or $14.99. Now there is an increasing tendency for best sellers to be priced low, low, and lower.

It is partly because of Amazon and Apple’s success at … Keep Reading

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