Sarah Perez: "Late last week, news leaked that YouTube was poised to release a new, kid-friendly version of its YouTube service for mobile devices. Today, much to the delight of families everywhere, that app has now arrived, complete with a simplified design, a curated selection of kid-safe content, parental controls, and more."
Stuart Dredge: "Plenty of companies, from the biggest children’s brands to brand new technology startups, are exploring the potential of tablets and apps for kids, so what do they have in store for 2015?"
Stuart Dredge: "Lots of developers and publishers are exploring the potential of interactive picture book-apps for children, but can they ever hope to deliver a reading experience comparable to books?"
Carla Engelbrecht Fisher: "A mobile app apocalypse is upon us. Thousands have been flocking to create apps, but it's a hostile climate with steep competition, low prices and limited distribution channels. How does one survive?"
Randy Astle: "As the producer of films like The Ring and Mulholland Drive, Neal Edelstein is no stranger to horror films and thrillers. And with his new project, Haunting Melissa, he’s moved beyond traditional pictures with his first immersive production for iPad and iPhone."
Michelle Lhooq: 'The increased predominance of mobile devices—not to mention our clingy dependence on them—has sparked a boom of ambitious apps for phones and tablets that are case studies for storytelling in the “digital age.”'
Prasad Thammineni: "So you launched an app. Does it launch into Angry Birds-level orbit or fall to the fifth screen of someone's smartphone, never to be tapped again? Five ways to keep users hooked" ...
Brian Anthony Hernandez: "Pop megastar Lady Gaga just revealed on her Little Monsters social network that her forthcoming album, "ARTPOP," will be an app-based multimedia experience for iPad, iPhone, other mobile devices and desktop."
Tom Cheredar: "With the growing number of digital distractions vying for the attention of your kids, reading books might seem far less appealing. Interactive books can bridge the gap, and some of them are having real success."
Paula Bernstein: "Usually moviegoers are instructed to turn off their smartphones while watching a film, but with "App," the new Dutch thriller directed by Bobby Boermans, viewers are encouraged to keep their phones on in order to experience the second-screen content."
Randy Astle: "The Tokyo Sally project, which features Anna Adams (Sex in the City 2), consists of one 60-minute film and a related app, Tokyo Sally: Lost Highway, both of which are nearing completion."
Susan Karlin: "Top game world talent director Keith Arem has helped propel games like Call of Duty to global blockblusters. Now he’s poised to turn his studio, PCB Productions, into a transmedia provider of interactive content to TV, films, games, and films--beginning with an interactive app that spills into the real world."
John Pavlus: "If Popcorn.js is the Final Cut Pro of online interactive video--a professional-grade tool for creating world-class multimedia experiences from scratch--Popcorn Maker is more like iMovie" ...
Nick Ayala: "Set to be released in spring 2013, the ARTPOP app will feature “chats, films for every song, extra music, content, gaga inspired games, fashion updates, magazines” and the promise of additional updates to come"...
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