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Babya’s Digital Storefront launches to the public

April 27, 2010

Babya has  announced that its Digital Storefront is now available to  the public .

Digital Storefront is Babya’s online storefront for ebooks and magazines offering freely available content.

The Digital Storefront is easy to navigate and quick to load on most web browsers.

Babya’s A.A. Fussy said,”Digital Storefront is our exciting new digital magazine store initiative and we’re pleased to open it to the public.  We think it’s going to be great-and popular amongst iPad users”

Product Availbility:

Digital Storefront is available at:

http://sites.google.com/site/babyaintranet/Home/digital-s

About Babya:

Babya is an award-winning developer of digital media software for Mac and Windows.

Babya is all ready for Apple’s tablet

January 27, 2010

Babya is all ready for Apple’s tablet-we think it’s going to be a big hit.

So what are we doing for it?

  • A free digital content  download service called “digital storefront” offering original content (eg.  Babya magazines)
  • Available in iPhone OS friendly formats-HTML/PDF/multimedia

Expect to see major publishers jump on board too-think McGraw Hill,Conde Nast and WSJ.

We can’t wait for Aple’s event-Engadget cobvers it here:

http://www.engadget.com/2010/01/27/live-from-the-apple-tablet-latest-creation-event/

Digital Storefront-Apple tablet ready

January 26, 2010

Babya today announced that its upcoming Digital Storefront will be Apple tablet ready.

Digital Storefront is Babya’s online storefront for ebooks and magazines offering freeluy available content.

Apple’s highly anticipated tablet will be suitable for this storefront as Babya’s Digital Storeront uses HTML and PDF.

Babya’s A.A. Fussy said,”Digital Storefront is our exciting new digital magazine store initiative and with the buzz surrounding the Apple tablet we felt that that device is the “perfect match” for it-you’ll all be able to use starting in May.”

About Babya:

Babya is an award-winning developer of digital media software for Mac and Windows

Digital Storefront preliminary details released

December 15, 2009

Babya today released preliminary details about its digital storefront for magazines.
The details released today are
-Babya’s content will be free
-Other content can be paid or free
-Content can be “purchased” with one click
-Content can be .pdf or HTML files
-Conde Nast, Hearst, Meredith, News Corp, and Time Inc. are welcome to join ours
-Ours is not just a software standard-but a fully fledged delivery platfirm
-Will be available at

babyasoftwaregroup.googlepages.com/digitalstorefront
-Launches in 2010

Babya’s A.A. Fussy said, “We are excited by the prospects of our digital storefront for magazines-we’d like other publishers to join too.”

Babya’s Digital Storefront-some details

December 13, 2009

Last week we announced a Babya  Digital Storefront for magazines.

Now we are ready to share some details:

  • Babya’s content will be free
  • Other content can be paid or free
  • Content can be “purchased” with one click
  • Content can be .pdf or HTML files
  • Conde Nast, Hearst, Meredith, News Corp, and Time Inc. are welcome to join ours
  • Ours is not just a software standard-but a fully fledged delivery platfirm
  • Will be available at
  • babyasoftwaregroup.googlepages.com/digitalstorefront
  • Launches in 2010

Babya announces “Digital Storefront”-digital magazine delivery system

December 8, 2009

Babya today announced that it will be launching its own digital magazine delivery system in response to several publishers launching one this week.

Unlike what Conde Nast, Hearst, Meredith, News Corp., and Time Inc. plan to do for their “Digital Storefront”-which could involve paid content, Babya plans to innovative by offering freely available content in easy to use formats for viewing on various devices.

Babya’s new “Digital Storefront” is going to be web based without any form of blocking out non-US users-meaning that it’s truely global unlike what Conde Nast, Hearst, Meredith, News Corp., and Time Inc. might do with theirs.

In addition, Babya’s “Digital Storefront” is likened to a Hulu “without US borders” (basically-freely accessible by non-US users).

Babya’s A.A. Fussy said, “”Digital Storefront”-let’s go one step ahead and offer something really innovative in 2010. Conde Nast, Hearst, Meredith, News Corp., and Time Inc. also plan one, but ours is worldwide accessible and will be free.”

Babya plans to release mores detail on their “Digital Storefront” in the months to come