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Philippine Daily Inquirer promotes iPad PressReader App

With its growing availability around the world, more and more publishers are realizing the Apple iPad is more than just a trendy new platform readers can use to consume printed media.  Rather,  it’s quickly looking like it could be “the” device that helps shape the publishing industry as a whole moving forward.

Recently, the June 6, 2010 edition of the Philippine Daily Inquirer took the opportunity to inform readers of their own current digital push.  By partnering with NewspaperDirect, the inquirer is now able to offer their readers full digital replicas of their publication on iPads across the world through the PressReader App and online through PressDisplay.com, both solutions offering significant advantages over traditional newsprint.

To learn more about those advantages, please click the image below to read the Inquirer article:

If you’re a publisher looking to get your publication on the iPad, look no further than NewspaperDirect’s PressReader App.  Check out some of the reviews it’s been getting here and feel free to drop us a line for more information.



  1. June 10, 2010 at 12:15 am

    Thanks for the link. iPad users have been tweeting and texting us about how they’re enjoying the Inquirer on the PressReader app.

    • June 10, 2010 at 3:42 pm

      Hi JV

      So happy to hear that your subscribers are enjoying PressReader. Please feel free to send us publicly available ones with us and we’ll share them for others to enjoy.

  2. June 18, 2010 at 9:22 pm

    That’s really great that with the help of the digital PressReader App we will have the ability to read the replicas of most popular world publication!
    I do like this device! It’s much better than reading paper magazines))

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