Monday, December 10, 2012


CAROL STREAM, Ill., Dec. 10, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- This Fall marks a notable step into the digital-first age for Christianity Today magazine. The leading Christian publisher released the iPad edition of Christianity Today, which provides a unique reading experience designed specifically with the tablet reader in mind.
Publisher Terumi Echols says, "We couldn't be happier with the new iPad edition of Christianity Today magazine, and we believe this edition will delight our subscribers as well as invite a new audience to our content." She continued, "This marks the first of many steps for our flagship brand in addressing a new generation of digital natives."
The iPad edition features include:
  • Unique design and layout for an exceptional tablet reading experience
  • Color-coded menu sections for easy navigation throughout the issue
  • Clear arrow markings to help guide readers intuitively through articles
  • Easy access to Christianity Today's RSS feed, social share functions, and note-taking
The tablet edition of the magazine is being test-launched on the iPad, but the tablet version will soon be rolled out onto the Android and Google tablets in 2013. Other web developments are also soon to come for the media ministry.

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