Late Autumn for iPad
- LETTER TO JANE magazine: Late Autumn
"New & Noteworthy" - US iTunes Store
"It’s truly a creative publication that embraces the future of multi-platform publishing." - PSFK
- Features interviews and contributions from:
Scott Sternberg (Band of Outsiders)
Chrissie Miller (Sophomore)
Waris Ahluwalia (House of Waris)
The first independent magazine for iPad is back with a new issue: Late Autumn. The magazine has been completely rethought and is presented in a minimal, intuitive style that focuses on the content and not recreating a print experience. The result is an app that feels closer to a natural iPad experience than before with nothing getting in the way between you and the image.
LETTER TO JANE magazine's new features are:
COPY AND SHARE: Simply press the Text button to bring up a pure text version of each article that allows for easy reading and the option to select and copy your favorite quote so you can share with friends.
EASY TO NAVIGATE: Late Autumn was designed specifically to help try and solve the issue with most iPad magazines: clumsy navigation. Late Autumn features easy intuitive controls without getting in the way of the reading experience.
GREAT ART, SMALL SIZE: Most magazine apps file size are way too bloated, but Late Autumn provides clever style that is fast and lightweight. The whole app comes in at under 30MB while still featuring some of the best photography and artwork from around the world.
LINKS: Swipe up from the bottom of the page to bring up a menu that lets you share online, and find more photos and videos of some of your favorite artists.
AD FREE: As always LETTER TO JANE magazine comes ad free with your purchase going to support independent publishing.
INPUT WELCOMED: It may not always be easy to get your ideas across to a publisher, but that is an advantage we have by being a small independent magazine. We want to hear your ideas and make the product better to please our readers. You can contact us within the app or join in the discussion on lettertojane.com
- I also shared my experiences and some of the behind the scenes of the creative process that went into the app on my blog. You can read it here and leave and feel free to leave any comments or questions.