Paperlit at TechCrunch Italy: Ready for Windows 8 Launch with 50+ Apps

Paperlit, the digital multi-platform distribution service for newspapers and magazines, took part at TechCrunch Italy, and officially unveiled the release of its Windows 8 apps.

After the release of the first two apps in June for the Windows 8 consumer preview, “Repubblica+” and “Wired Italia”, today Paperlit announced that more than fifty editorial apps will be available for the Windows 8 store launch in October.

At the Globe Theater in Villa Borghese, the venue for the TechCrunch Italy conference, Gionata Mettifogo, CEO of Paperlit, presented in detail the characteristics of the service that will support Windows 8.

Our commitment to support publishers to offer their content on all digital platforms and devices has led us to develop a multi-platform solution that is cross-platform by definition, therefore open to the constant evolution of each operating system,” said Mettifogo. “This is the approach that has allowed us to be proactive with our partners to meet every need they might have for the digital revolution, and this is why we have been committed from day one to offer our products on Windows 8 as well.

The Paperlit platform enables and facilitates a publisher’s entry into the increasingly complex world of of digital content distribution. In addition, we strive to give the reader easy access to traditional content both from “touch devices ” and, as of today, thanks to Windows 8, from PCs. The transition from only tablet to PCs is a real game changer for the Publisher and we are excited to be here to help them reach this new market.

After being one of the first platforms to support Apps for iOS, Android and Facebook, Paperlit, once again, is ready for the launch of a new operating system..

This is further confirmation of Paperlit’s proven agility and vision, a company that in the past three years has supported publishers in 15 countries, helping them evolve in the dynamic and challlenging environment of digital media.


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