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Bath, Banes, United Kingdom, 2012/01/06 - The UK’s biggest selling iPad magazine, has today become the first ever UK magazine to launch a fully interactive Android Edition - Futureplc.com. LSE: FUTR
Since its launch in October 2010, the award-winning T3: iPad Edition has been the UK’s most successful lifestyle app, the highest grossing app on the Apple Newsstand and the ninth highest grossing app on the entire App store, beating off competition from The Sunday Times and Empire.
Developed to look and feel just like the groundbreaking iPad Edition, T3: Android Edition will build on the title’s astounding success. Showcasing the same high quality content, the Android Edition features 360-degree, hands-on product photography, breaking news, interactive reviews and stunning image galleries.
Luke Peters, Editor of T3, says: “The Android market is flourishing, with millions of people now using Android devices and downloading apps. Our success on the iPad has cemented our position as the number one choice for tech fans and I anticipate Android users will embrace our new edition with a similar vigour.”
Future is the UK’s leading Technology publisher, with brands including T3, TechRadar, Gizmodo UK and MacFormat. It reaches more than five million UK tech fans every single month. Future brands are among the most popular on Apple Newsstand – delivering over six million app downloads in its first month.
Android now forms a core part of the tablet and smartphone market and a multitude of high performance devices are available. T3: Android Edition has been developed for large format Android tablets, such as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, Motorola Xoom, the Asus EeePad Transformer and the Acer Inspire 10.1.
Nial Ferguson, Group Publishing Director of Future’s Technology portfolio, says: “As the first UK magazine to embrace Android with a fully interactive edition, T3 is once again at the cutting edge. Becoming a first mover on Android allows us to learn more about the consumers of this growing platform and to ensure we are serving our audience, no matter what tablet device they own. We’re continually looking for new and innovative ways to develop T3 into a global multi-platform brand and the launch of the Android edition is a crucial step in this process.”
The T3: Android Edition is available to download from Android Market each month for the price of £2.99. Print subscribers with an Android tablet device can download the edition for free as part of their subscription package.
Established in 1996, T3 is the world’s best technology lifestyle brand – in print and online at t3.com and beyond, from its five-star iPad app to the prestigious T3 Gadget Awards.
T3 is packed with all the latest consumer technology news, reviews and features, covering everything from tablets to consoles and home cinema systems to MP3 players. Exclusives give T3 readers first look at the hottest new gadgets, while extensive buying guides make sure they end up with exactly the right kit.
Future (futureplc.com) is a leader in the field of digital publishing and was named Consumer Digital Publisher of the Year at the annual Association of Online Publishers Awards – becoming the first magazine publisher to win the Award. Future also won the Grand Prix Award at the event in June. Its web and mobile sites deliver 160 million page impressions every month to over 34 million unique users*. Future delivers more than 100 digital editions and bespoke apps through the rapidly growing iPad platform and is developing product for new tablet devices coming on stream. Digital now accounts for a third of all Future’s commercial revenues. And its development of video on demand and apps is rightly regarded as market leading. Technology brand T3 is leading the way on iPad, becoming one of the top grossing apps in the UK and one of the very few five star apps in the world. The Future digital portfolio includes award winning and hugely respected brands including: techradar.com, cyclingnews.com, gamesradar.com, computerandvideogames.com, musicradar.com and bikeradar.com/.