The Waterhole by Graeme Base is the second app we have produced for The Base Factory. Upon release, the iPad version was featured on the Australian store. It reached #1 in iPad Book Apps and #14 overall in the Australian store and was featured on the iPad homepage.
Animalia for iPad has been updated with two new sections and 100% more content.
New AppBook ‘Animalia for iPad’ based on the much loved children’s book by Graeme Base is now available on the iTunes store.
‘New and Noteworthy’ iPad app in the US and Canada. Feature tiles in Australia and New Zealand.
September 2010: #2 iPad app in Australia. #1 in iPad Books in the US, Canada and Australia. Top 10 iPad Book in 19 countries. Top 100 in 50 countries.
‘Animalia’ for iPhone and iPod Touch also now available.
For more information, visit www.appbooks.com
As today was the first day for iPad pre-orders in the US and there is quite a buzz about it, I thought it timely to make my first blog post and share some thoughts on iPad books.
A book is a book is a book
A few days ago Mobclix data revealed there were some 27,000 AppBooks (Book Applications) on the iTunes App Store. Significantly, they now outnumber games as the largest App category.
Here is a pic from their website:
These are iPhone Apps. What will happen when the iPad releases?
We will see even more AppBooks. Or will we?
AppBooks and the iBookstore
There has been some discussion in the last few days about the possibility of Apple removing some AppBooks once the iPad and iBookstore releases. This began with Jason Kincaid’s TechCrunch post ‘Will books be the next to go in Apple’s App … Read More »