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McGraw-Hill introduces iPad and iPhone app for Architectural Record

Architectural Record magazine goes for Apple’s iPad and iPhone with new app.

McGraw-Hill has announced that Architectural Record magazine is now available as an iPhone or iPad application through a partnership with online magazine distributor Zinio.

Architectural Record readers on the iPad or iPhone can flip through pages on their touch-screens as leisurely as they would a physical magazine, says the publication. With the new apps readers can tap on articles to send to social media sites and friends.

Architectural Records‘s audience is architects, and they are digitally savvy and using iPhones and iPads,” said Robert Ivy, Vice President and Editorial Director of McGraw-Hill Construction and Editor-in-Chief of Architectural Record. “We are excited to be able to offer these formats to them, an important step in our continued commitment to applying the latest digital innovations for our customers.”

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