Click swipe and play your way around the most core snowboarding app in the market

August 15, 2012

Australian and New Zealand  Snowboarding, the number one magazine for snowboarders in Australia has launched its first iPad app.  The ANZ Snowboarding iPad app brings brings to life the heroes, the places, the how to and buyers’ guides with a rich media, digital offering. Released this week, the app rocketed into itunes’ ‘new and noteworthy’ section  – reserved for the best of the best and rated by the Apple staff themselves. Download it for free here

With over an hour of video content, stacks of interviews and animations are on offer so click, swipe and play your way around the most core snowboarding iPad app on the market.

Editor Chris McAlpine says, “At a click of a button you can have all the snowboarding content you need to keep you frothing. There’s over an hour of multimedia, rich content available including:  trick tips from top pros; videos of all the riding that went down in each feature; board buyers and outerwear guides, hot products and loads more. Hope you enjoy the new digital Australian and New Zealand Snowboarding mag because we are definitely hooked!”

General Manager of Board Sports for nextmedia Marcus Hucker says: “Advertisers are stoked with the way we’ve been able to capitalise on the iPad’s interactive features to promote their boards, gear and snowboard travel. The app was well-supported by print advertisers who were keen to take advantage of the app’s interactive to showcase their products.” Launch advertising partners include: Burton, Dakine, Flux, Forum, Kubern Perisher, Rome, Spy, Thredbo and Yes.

Commercial Director Bruce Duncan says: “nextmedia is committed to growing its digital audience across a range of platforms– we’re sure the ANZ Snowboarding  iPad app will be as successful as our Waves ipad apps which went into the top ten sports apps on itunes soon after launch.”

The ANZ Snowboarding  iPad app was produced by the magazine’s editorial team together with nextmedia’s digital team using Adobe CS5.5. The app is in itunes and available for free download.

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