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Yooba Releases v. 2.0 of its Popular Cloud-Based Yooba Publishing Platform for iPad
Yooba – www.yooba.com – announced today the release of version 2.0 of the Yooba Publishing Platform. With this release, creating a native iOS app has never been easier – as simple as using PowerPoint and with no coding requirements. Yooba’s platform is available as a cloud-based service, offering the complete solution for app design, including wireless distribution to remote iPads, back-ups and software updates at no extra costs.
“With our iPad app creator, users have complete design freedom when creating the apps – from logos, corporate color schemes and design elements,” said David Nordin, President of Yooba. “And best of all, there is no coding required and you can incorporate all standard marketing materials such as PDFs, videos and PowerPoint files into your apps.”
Key features of the Yooba Publishing Platform include:
A real native iOS app as output
Full creative freedom with WYSIWYG studio for branded apps
Instant updates on ‘developer’ iPad during the design
Content is stored on each iPad – no need for continuous Internet access
Centralized management and control of all your connected iPads
Create powerful forms for data capture
Document sharing via email
iPad kiosk solutions can be found everywhere: retail stores and malls, airports, events, trade shows, hotels and in waiting rooms. Using Yooba together with some of the leading iPad enclosures, organizations can now benefit from a secure and stable iPad kiosk solution.
Yooba is a privately held company providing solutions for digital media since 2001 with offices in Boston, MA and Stockholm, Sweden. The Yooba Publishing Platform for iPad was released in 2011 and some of our clients include Atlas Copco, Philips, Volkswagen, Campbell Soup and Ricoh.
For more information about Yooba, contact: Gunnar Larsson, gunnar.larsson(at)yooba(dot)com or via phone at (888) 515-8430 x. 111, or if outside North America, +1 781 275-2211. Additional Yooba information can be found at http://www.yooba.com