Netpage: Mobile App for Bringing Interactivity to Print

November 14, 2012 – 3:54 pm

December 2012 Esquire Cover

I’m glad I can finally tell people what I’ve been working on the last few months.

Netpage is a mobile app that allows you to clip, save and share content from a print publication. Esquire’s use of Netpage is gaining most of the media buzz right now but it can deliver interactivity to catalogs, newspapers and product packaging, just to name a few.

Summary from ADOTAS:

Esquire announced today that the December issue, on newsstands November 20, will be the first-ever completely interactive, shareable magazine. By using Netpage, the app for paper, readers can now digitally clip, save, and share every article, ad, and photo from the print edition of Esquire. Readers can also play exclusive videos and purchase items right from the page for an entirely new way to experience a magazine.

We launched Netpage and it’s already received media coverage from The Wall Street Journal, ADOTAS and Mashable. 

Check out the articles, download the app and let me know what you think.

The Wall Street Journal: Esquire To Make Print Magazine Interactive Through Netpage App

ADOTAS: Esquire Partners With Netpage To Unveil First-Ever Completely Interactive Magazine

Mashable: ‘Esquire’ Gets Shareable, Shoppable Digital Overlay

Thanks everyone for their patience and support, especially my wife, as I’ve been working around the clock and traveling the world to help make this happen.

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