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App Studio Apps Win Digital Magazine Awards

Friday, December 14, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

LONDON - The international Digital Magazine Awards announced the winners of the 2012 competition at a showcase event held at the Proud Gallery in London on December 6th. Among the winners are two digital publications created with App StudioTM, the new HTML5 solution for designing and publishing apps for iPad, iPhone, Kindle Fire, and Android devices.

Cineworld, produced by Immediate Media Company's Branded Content team, is the monthly movie magazine published by the United Kingdom's number one cinema chain. It won the 2012 Digital Magazine Award for Entertainment Magazine of the Year. Download Cineworld for free to experience the award-winning digital film magazine: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/cineworld-magazine/id508350271?mt=8.

Focus, also by Immediate Media Company, is the BBC's award-winning science and technology magazine that features articles on everything from astronomy to archaeology, genetics and geology, won the 2012 Science and Nature Magazine of the Year. To see Foucs, which aslo appears in Apple's 'App Rewind' list, a showcase of the best and most popular apps of the past 12 months, visit:
https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/focus-magazine/id458036083?mt=8.

The Digital Magazine Awards 2012 were judged by luminaries from the digital publishing industry including CNN International Digital's Vice President and General Manager, Peter Bale; Huffington Post Tech (UK) Managing Editor, Grattan McCoach and Getty Image's Vice President Christian Toksvig.

Check http://digitalmagazineawards.com/ to learn more about the awards and the winners.

 

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