AdAge, Crain’s trade publication that covers the advertising industry, has introduced an iPad app.
The app integrates content from AdAge, as well as its sister publication Creativity so that it not only features the latest in media and advertising news, but it also showcases advertising work. The app lets you jump between online and print content, and read while you are not connected to the Internet through an offline reading tool. The app includes alerts for those that have to know about the latest news in real time.
The app is free, but access to unlimited content requires a subscription, which goes for $79.99 per year or $9.99 per month. You can subscribe from within the app.
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