KnowledgeView delivers state of art iPad App for Al Ittihad daily newspaper of UAE
- United Arab Emirates: Thursday, November 01 - 2012 at 11:36
- PRESS RELEASE
Al Ittihad Newspaper iPad App released this month with such advanced features as live news channels, editions views for the newspaper, off-line browsing, photo and video galleries, social networks support and advanced search. The iPad app is powered by the Publish live techno l ogy from KnowledgeView.
KnowledgeView's developers and engineers worked with Al Ittihad production and marketing teams to provide such features as:
*Live news channels of developing stories and alerting news.
*Editions view and management for Al Ittihad and its supplements.
*Photo and Video galleries.
*Off-line browsing and channels selection from the user setup screen.
*Powerful link to social networks from attractive article views.
*Linked to the overall publishing infrastructure of Al Ittihad such as Web site publishing from the Newsroom and video streaming.
Publishing to the iPad is now an easy task requiring the minimum of additional efforts.
Dr. Ali Al-Assam, Managing Director of KnowledgeView, said, "we are thrilled with the launch of the Al Ittihad iPad App. KnowledgeView and ADMC have worked together on advanced editorial systems and multi-publishing for the last 12 years, using the Publish live technology, and we look forward to continue serving the needs of ADMC's paper and digital consumers in the years to come."
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