JPOST ePaper goes mobile

Users can subscribe monthly, yearly or purchase a single edition to read the daily edition of the newspaper on their Apple mobile device in English.

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November 12, 2014 15:58
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Jpost ePaper app

Jpost ePaper app. (photo credit: JPOST STAFF)

The Jerusalem Post has launched the JPOST-ePaper for mobile devices.

Originally available on the Premium Zone section of Jpost.com, the new Jerusalem Post daily edition provides users an article-based website-like reading app. 

The Jerusalem Post CEO Ronit Hasin-Hochman said the Post puts a lot of effort in improving the readership experience. 

"As the leading media group in Israel and the Jewish world, we understand the importance of technological development and providing our content in the most convenient way through all our media channels," she said.

JPost Vice President Digital Maor Davidovich said the technology used by the JPOST-ePaper offers a page by page life-like reading experience.

"The Jerusalem Post website is continuing to lead in technological innovation, and we have now made the printed edition accessible to all our readers," he said. 

"We will supply the full package for our readers in all technology channels."




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The app is free to download; users can subscribe monthly, yearly or purchase a single edition to read the daily edition of the newspaper on their Apple mobile device in English.

The app is optimized for Apple's iPhone 5 and is compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

The JPOST-ePaper will soon be available for Android devices.





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