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Thu, 04 Nov 2010

Literary Review Celebrates over 30 years with iPad app

LONDON 4th November 2010, Literary Review, Britain’s best loved literary magazine, today releases an app into the Apple iTunes Store with 30-day subscriptions at £3.49.

The freemium app was developed by Exact Editions, the London-based digital publishing company. The app features in-app purchasing, fully searchable text and Pageflow for easy navigation. The latest issue can be synced for offline reading.

For more features or to download, visit this link: http://bit.ly/literaryreviewapp

The apps can be downloaded for free with some open access content and the opportunity to upgrade to the full version for a 30-day subscription.

Daryl Rayner, Managing Director at Exact Editions says “it’s fantastic that the Literary Review can celebrate over 30 years of delivering world-class writing with a brand new way of accessing it on the iPad.”

About Exact Editions

Exact Editions works with the world’s most prestigious magazine, book and newspaper brands, enabling them to mobilise and monetise their products online and via the App Store.

The Exact Editions technology platform offers a range of services to publishers, including the Exactly and Precisely freemium apps and Universal subscriptions.

Since its inception in 2005, Exact Editions has consistently been at the forefront of digital publishing development. Its headquarters are in London, UK.

About Literary Review

Literary Review was founded in Edinburgh in 1979 by Dr Anne Smith, head of the English Department at Edinburgh University. She created a lively, intelligent literary magazine for people who love reading, but hate academic and intellectual jargon.

From the start, Literary Review plugged in to the best and most exciting current writing. The reviewers are usually authors themselves, not just critics. In the 1980s, the new owner, Naim Attallah, secured award-winning journalist Auberon Waugh as editor. For fourteen years Auberon Waugh led the magazine and gave it the high profile it has today.

Nancy Sladek, who has been at Literary Review for ten years, is the current Editor. The monthly magazine is recognised as being intelligent, informative, and witty. It attracts the best writers in the country, many of them experts in their fields.


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