PixelMags Celebrates First Anniversary With Over One Million Downloads
(Press Release) LOS ANGELES - January 3, 2011—Premier digital publishing company PixelMags today announced the network has had over one million issue downloads from its branded magazine and catalog apps since the company's inception. January 2011 also marks the one-year anniversary of the company's first live app in the iTunes app store.
In addition, over the past 26 weeks, PixelMags in-app purchases of single issues grew by 169 percent, paid apps have increased 30 percent, and free apps are up by 108 percent.
"We're very proud of PixelMags' tremendous growth over the last year," said PixelMags founder and COO Ryan Marquis. "While other publishers may be experiencing a decline in downloads, we see our success due to our ability to understand people's hot buttons for purchase." A patent pending iNewsStand application is scheduled to launch in Q2 2011, he added.
PixelMags, which publishes apps for books from Dub to Pottery Barn and Dwell to AutoWeek, provides the most interactive and realistic digital reading experience possible for its consumers. The standard PixelMags platform can be customized to suit target markets and business models adding full interactive advertising along with countless other custom possibilities.
PixelMags is the premier global digital publishing platform that brings magazines and catalogs to life on the iPad, iPhone and other mobile devices. The largest dedicated branded app developer in the iTunes App store, PixelMags addresses growing consumer demand for content with its platform agnostic interactive tools that allow publishers to insert videos, slideshows, hot URLs, email, phone numbers and other publisher-generated content. With more than three decades of experience in the digital marketing, technology, publishing and retail industries, PixelMags possess a precise understanding of the digital world and the innumerable possibilities it can offer. The company has offices in Los Angeles, New York, London, Australia and New Zealand. For more info, please see www.PixelMags.com.