Fashion and culture enthusiasts around the world will now be able to access Dazed & Confused from anywhere at any time, with the release of the new Dazed & Confused iPhone and iPad app this week.
“From fold out poster to iPad app, Dazed has come a long way since its birth almost two decades ago,” says Jefferson Hack, Publisher and Co-founder of Dazed & Confused. “With the new app, a whole new audience of culturally aware iPad and iPhone users will be introduced to Dazed.”
Dazed’s monthly unparalleled fashion editorials, created by the best stylists and photographers in the industry, and profiles of the best creative talent in every field, will now be available for free on the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.
The app was developed by Exact Editions, a London-based digital publishing company. The Dazed & Confused app features pageflow for browsing, full search, double-page view (iPad) and can be synced to an iPad, iPhone and iPod touch for offline reading.
The new Dazed & Confused app will be available worldwide as of 9th August 2010.
Since 2005, Exact Editions has been providing online digital editions of titles to individuals and institutions from their office in London. It’s Precisely platform delivers freemium branded apps for the likes of The Spectator, Standpoint and Publishers Weekly. The platform makes text from current and back issues searchable. Information including email addresses, URLs, Tables of Contents and telephone numbers are also all clickable and content can be synced in a WiFi environment.
Dazed & Confused is an independent British fashion, culture and arts magazine, with a reputation for ground-breaking photography, fashion and editorial. Published monthly, it was founded by Jefferson Hack and photographer Rankin in 1992 and is now distributed in over 40 countries. Luxury biannuals AnOther Magazine and AnOther Man, and website DazedDigital.com are part of the Dazed Group.