The San Francisco-based iOS publishing platform Inkling has acquired Open Air Publishing, a New York-based publisher of iOS how-to books.
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iOS publisher Inkling closed a $16 million funding round and has new deals with Pearson and Elsevier.
Educational-technology startups are poised to disrupt the trillion-dollar U.S. education market. Those companies that will succeed in helping change this space will offer tools and products that make learning a social, interactive experience students can access anytime, anywhere.
Google is acquiring Frommer’s Travel Guides from publisher John Wiley & Sons for a reported price of $23 million. Wiley has been seeking to sell the brand off since the spring.
iPad textbook publisher Inkling is making all of its titles available on the Web through an HTML5-based platform.
Inkling, which started out as an iPad textbook publisher and recently launched an interactive e-book publishing platform called Habitat, is moving further into the consumer realm with a new series of Frommer’s interactive digital travel guides.
Almost a month after Apple introduced its own interactive e-book publishing platform, iBooks Author, iPad publishing startup Inkling is introducing its own version, called Inkling Habitat. It’s a free, cloud-based publishing platform aimed at professional publishers.
Inkling, the startup that develops iPad versions of college textbooks, made its first foray into the general consumer market last month with the launch of The Professional Chef, a textbook for pro chefs. Smart move: The title just became the third highest-grossing iPad app worldwide.
Inkling, the digital textbook software startup, has closed on $17 million in new funding to expand its software for converting college textbooks for use on the iPad. Inkling CEO Matt MacInnis says the money will be put toward meeting the “effectively unlimited demand” for its platform.
Startup Inkling is bringing interactive college textbooks to the iPad, having secured Series A financing for the venture. The textbooks take advantage of the strengths of the iPad, with augmented graphics and video in the content, while allowing note sharing in real-time among students.