Much has been made of the recent feud between Apple and Adobe over the prohibition of Flash technology on Apple’s products. Adobe, however, has managed to find a home for its media technology on Apple’s iPad.
It’s not Flash, but it is a digital viewer application developed in concert with Wired magazine, and Adobe says it’s in full compliance with Apple’s policies. Enterprise Mobile Today has the details.
Apple’s feud with Adobe Systems over the latter’s Flash technology continues to boil, but that doesn’t mean the design and publishing software giant is ready to abandon Apple’s line of devices. This week, Adobe unveiled a digital viewer technology for print publishers that will appear first on the Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPad.
The news comes at a time of heightened interest in tablet and e-reader devices for viewing digital content, especially following the debut of the iPad, which has sold over two million units since its release in April. Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE) said it worked with Wired magazine on the first implementation of the viewer technology. The Wired Reader is now available for download for $4.99 at Apple’s iTunes App Store.