PRN: KnowledgeView Launches its Revolutionary Portal Inform-apps.com to Sell iPad, iPhone, Android & Web-Mobile Apps Starting USD 25/Month!
KnowledgeView Launches its Revolutionary Portal Inform-apps.com to Sell iPad, iPhone, Android & Web-Mobile Apps Starting USD 25/Month!
LONDON, December 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
KnowledgeView, the leading multi-publishing solution developer launched on December 7th its revolutionary portal http://www.inform-apps.com that allows news publishers, enterprises, conglomerates, government bodies, universities, NGOs, alumni associations, artists, celebrities and companies to get better brand visibility, spread their message onto the latest platforms and manage their PR, marketing and publishing activities and insure market penetration using the latest tools combined with social media at once (Facebook and Twitter).
The launch party was attended by over 70 key business representatives and media from Lebanon and the region, as well as Phil Erhart, Apple Senior Business Development Manager in EMEA region, who showed the crowd very interesting examples of multi-disciplinary iPad and iPhone apps and ways to increase brand awareness and generate revenues from advertising and subscription.
The inform-apps.com dedicated portal was developed to help customers order their apps online at very affordable prices: webmobile (starting at USD 25/month), iPad (starting at USD 40/ month), iPhone (starting at USD 125/month) and Android (starting at USD 125/ month).The applications come in different packages to meet digital PR and marketing needs and tell the world Â«with styleÂ» about what you do and engage your audience.
The app packages designed by KnowledgView give the chance to post news, PDF brochures, photos, videos etc. while giving the audience the chance to receive notifications and real-time breaking news, browse offline cached content and much more! The most sophisticated app package for instance, comprises very advanced features that many leading media enjoy in their public domain apps, like Al Hayat newspaper, Asharq Al Awsat newspaper, Australian Associated Press, Oman Observer newspaper, GIS (Geo-political Information Services), Al Eqtisadiyah newspaper, Assafir newspaper to name a few. They are on the Â«Apple StoreÂ» and/or the Â«Android marketÂ».
Ali Al-Assam, CEO KnowledgeView said:"We wanted to create an affordable and very easy-to-publish-to-mobility platform for all those who want to inform the world on what they do and engage their audience; through notifications, commenting and publishing to social networks. But we also went a step further, so that comments on Twitter by your audience for example are harvested back into you mobility apps and displayed next to your original posting, thus maximizing your PR impact and the interaction with your audience".
The technology KnowledgeView is offering has a free embedded editorial window, Â«EasyPublishÂ», an intuitive interface where user can upload documents (photos/videos/audio), crop images and draft texts in an easy to use window linked to all the configured platforms. All what is needed is to prepare content, save it and publish onto the platforms of choice! It is as Easy as 1,2,3...
KnowledgeView Ltd is a UK-based company with headquarters in London and offices in the Middle East. The company was founded in 1995 to develop cross-media publishing, news management and editorial sharing systems. Users of KnowledgeView's Publish live solutions included Dow Jones Newswire, Australian Associated Press, Qatar News Agency, the Independent News and Media, Guardian Media Group, News Corporation and the Washington Post. In the Middle East, KnowledgeView is a leading newspaper integrator, with over 40 media companies, providing consultancy as well as technology, acting as a marketing and technology bridge be-tween Europe and the Arab World.
KnowledgeView's Publish live suite of products and services enables publishers to extend their reach and increase revenues, through easy multi-publishing to paper, Web, mobile iPhone, iPad and Android platforms.
KnowledgeView's RAPID Browser is a powerful news management and editorial sharing system for automating acquisition, classification and enhancement of news and media content and creating packages for cross-media publishing, designed to stream-line production and create additional revenues.
RAPID Browser has set the standard for the next generation of news management systems, with its ability to gather content from a wide variety of sources such as news agencies, correspondents' reports, RSS and Web harvested feeds, and the power it puts in the hands of users to define their own ways of filtering and acting on items that match their interests. By integrating RAPID Browser with Adobe publishing software and with third-party publishing systems.
RAPID Archive, integrated with RAPID Browser, provides strategic rich-media archiving for publishers who want to syndicate or share editorial content.
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