Lindenbaum continued: "We want to help independents get on to the device, to put their catalog in an app. We're going to be licensing our platform to any independent that's interested. They can just email us. We want to help them get on the iPad.
He concluded: "The licensing fee is going to be very minimal, because we are interested in leveling the playing field. We don't want it to be the case where Random House and Macmillan are the only publishers that have enough money to get on this device. Instead of spending $10,000 on an app as an indie publisher, you could work with us to add a couple hundred bucks on the end of your printing costs."
Thursday, June 10, 2010
Literary iPad Apps?
This sounds good to me: