updated 05:39 pm EDT, Thu August 8, 2013
First magazine to release app with time-ordered table of contents
Vanity Fair has announced its launch of an iPhone app for its digital magazine subscription. Already implemented for iPad, Vanity Fair is the first publication to sort its mobile app's content by reading time. Users can now choose content to read based on length, and can select from "short", "medium", and "long" categories. Other sections include the "everything else" section, which comprises of miscellaneous short segments regularly featured in the magazine. Users can download the app from iTunes and access sample content for free. Subscriptions to Vogue's online publication are priced at $5 for individual issues, or $20 per year. Users who sign up for a one-year subscription are currently entitled to a 30-day free trial.
Adobe Reader receives an upgrade
Adobe has released Version 11.0.0 of Adobe Reader app for iPhone and iPad. Adobe Reader allows users to easily access, manage and share a wide variety of PDF types. In the latest version, users can purchase the Adobe CreatePDF service using an in-app purchase function, for the purposes of generating PDF files or converting an image file into a PDF. Additionally, users can make an in-app purchase for Adobe ExportPDF service, for exporting PDF files into various formats. Adobe Reader is available for download for free from the iOS App Store.