Monday, November 21, 2011
First iPad magazine: CELEBRITY iSPY magazine sets world record
TORONTO, ON, USA -- Stone Age Publishing Inc. launched CELEBRITY iSPY, which uses the latest technology to bring fans of entertainment and celebrity culture the latest photos, news, fashion insights, gossip, scandals, interviews, videos and more , setting the world record for the first magazine created exclusively for the iPad, according to World Record Academy (www.worldrecordacademy.com).
Photo: Celebrity iSpy, The World's First Magazine Created exclusively for iPad. (enlarge photo)
The Guinness world record for the most pages in a periodical magazine was set by the 10 Jan 1990 issue of the weekly Shukan Jutaku Joho (Weekly Housing Information), running to 1,940 pages. Published in Japan by the Recruit Co. Ltd, it retailed for 350 yen.
Guinness World Records also recognized the world record for the Largest single edition of a magazine, set by the Norwegian travel magazine ZINE travel; it measured 201 cm (6 ft 7 in) wide by 270 (8 ft 10 in).
The technology behind CELEBRITY iSPY is developed by Meritum Soft d.o.o., an established Croatian software development and app creation studio, and a well-known name in the app world.
CELEBRITY iSPY's content is created by Stone Age Publishing Inc., a private Toronto-based publishing company with the goal of redefining the concept of magazine publishing.
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 0.8 MB
Because CELEBRITY iSPY is created specifically for the iPad, it's revolutionising magazine publishing and embracing technology like no other.
CELEBRITY iSPY is a sleek, easy to navigate and read, commercial publication that is bringing readers a whole new magazine experience. And because it's created for the iPad, there are no limits on the amount of amazing content it can offer.
With CELEBRITY iSPY, readers can watch imbedded videos instantaneously with no hassle or hyperlinking. As well, no more squinting at a thumbnail photo in the corner of the page, now they can view every picture in the magazine as a full screen, hi-res image and immediately return to the article.
Simply by downloading the free CELEBRITY iSPY app through the iTunes App Store, anybody in the world can receive the magazine every Saturday morning without getting out of bed.
With CELEBRITY iSPY, anyone can be up-to-date on the latest gossip, scandals and news from world of pop culture. Best of all, it costs next to nothing.
Unlike other celebrity news magazines, which have newsstand sales to protect, CELEBRITY iSPY can be purchased through the iTunes App Store for 99 cents an issue, or two dollars a month with a subscription (49 cents per issue).
Related world records:
Largest magazine: Visionaire's 'Larger than Life' issue (Video)
Longest broadcast of a goal: Ilie Dobre (Video)
Longest music show by a radio team: Mark Kelly and Simon Saynor (HD Video)
Longest-running television show: Larry King Live
Longest Underwater Broadcast - Brendan Jones and Amanda Keller
Continuous Broadcast - Nikora Curtis
online advertisement - David Sheath
published book - Michael Hawley
Elvis Presley Song-Playing Marathon - DeeJay CJ
newspaper columnist - Margaret Caldwel
Book - Ayman Trawi
expensive Baby photos: Angelina Jolie's twins
Monday, November 21, 2011