You've asked for it, and it's finally here. Advertising Age is pleased to bring you an app for the iPad.
And it's not only chock-full of marketing and media news, but also the industry's best advertising. Now available for free in the App Store, Ad Age's first iPad app brings together Ad Age news and Creativity content in one couch-ready package.
Here are some of the highlights:
Offline News Reading. If you'd like to catch up while on the subway or a plane, just update the app before you go, and news stories will be available for you while you're off the grid.*
Read Stories Later. While in the app, you can also mark stories to read later. Then, during quieter moments, catch up with them.
App Alerts. Turn on app alerts, and you'll be among the first to know when a big piece of business or a top job suddenly opens up. Sign up -- we promise not to bombard you.
Creativity. We've created a beautiful home for Creativity content in the app. Set off in its distinctive digs, the Creativity section lets you tap and flick your way through an up-to-date stream of the highest quality work being produced today.
The app is free to download, but just like on AdAge.com you'll need a subscription to view unlimited content. If you're already paying for a digital or print subscription, you can validate it and we'll welcome you aboard. For new subscribers, you can subscribe within the app for $79.99 per year or $9.99 per month.
*Occasionally, some interactive features and pieces may not be available within the iPad app. Some images and all video will require a live internet connection.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can I find the Ad Age App?
The Ad Age News app is searchable through the App Store or the Newsstand app on your iPad.
How much does the app cost?
Access to the app is included with any paid subscription. A subscription is available that includes only access to the app directly through iTunes for $9.99 per month or $79.99 annually.
I was able to read articles on the iPad, but now I am being asked to subscribe. Why? You may read up to seven articles per month on the iPad app for free. After that, you must subscribe to Ad Age to continue reading. You may subscribe monthly through the app for $9.99 or annually for $79.99, and you can cancel at any time. Other subscription options are available that include Ad Age weekly print editions, digital editions or our DataCenter feature.
I've subscribed to Creativity. Why can't I see credits for the work on the iPad app?
At this time, credits are not available through the Creativity section of our iPad app. To view full credits for work on Creativity stories, visit Creativity-Online.com.
How far back can I view news on the iPad?
The Ad Age app allows you to view content going back two calendar weeks. Deeper archives of Ad Age content are available through AdAge.com.
Can I save articles I like?
Articles may be favorited on the Ad Age app by selecting the star icon. This will add theatricals to your Saved Articles portfolio, which is always accessible through the upper right corner of the app.
Do I need an internet or data connection to view content on the iPad?
An internet or data connection is not required to view content on the app. Stories are updated hourly and once downloaded can be viewed without requiring a wifi connection or data connection. However, to view videos in AdAge stories or the Creativity section, an internet connection is required.
Can I cancel auto-renewal?
Subscriptions to the Ad Age App that are purchased through iTunes may only be cancelled through your iTunes account.
Can international users download the app?
The Ad Age News app is currently only available rough the U.S. iTunes Store. However, it will be available through international iTunes stores in the future, so please check back!
Where's the Android version?
We don't currently have plans to release an Android tablet edition. As the market grows and evolves, we will be evaluating our options.
Is DataCenter available through the app?
At this time, DataCenter is not a feature of the Ad Age app. If you are a subscriber to DataCenter, you must access this feature through a web browser.
Is MarketFinder available through this app?
At this time, MarketFinder is not a feature of the Ad Age app. If you are a subscriber to MarketFinder, you must access this feature through a web browser.
How can I comment on news stories through the App?
The commenting feature is not available through the App; however, you may still comment on stories by accessing them on AdAge.com.
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