Urbino Now iPad Support

Urbino Now magazine on iPad screenHere are some tips that will help you enjoy Urbino Now 2013, an iPad magazine presenting all the articles, photographs, videos, and interactive features created by the students of our 2013 Urbino program.

  • To get a copy of Urbino Now 2013, click on the App Store button above or use your iPad to go to the App Store and search for “Urbino Now ’13.” Click on “Install.” (You can also use iTunes on your computer to search for “Urbino Now ’13,” download the app, and then install it on your iPad by syncing.)
  • In the iPad magazine, look for “TAP Here” icons and other controls to help you explore interactive graphics, listen to audio clips (be sure to turn up the volume), move through slide shows, and watch videos.
  • Your iPad will need to be connected to the Internet in order to play most of the app’s videos. (Look for the “Internet Needed” reminders.) Without an Internet connection, any page with video will show only a blank space.
  • Unfortunately, first-generation iPads (iPad1) are unable to view this app. This is a result of changes made in the fall of 2013 in the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, the tool we used to build this iPad magazine. Fortunately, you can view much of the same material on our Urbino Project 2013 website.

If you have questions about how the app works, please send an e-mail to our faculty-developers, who will respond as quickly as possible.

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Istanbul is beautiful, stimulating and welcoming. From it, I’m taking sunlight and the seaside, bottomless cups of tea, sunsets, and ferry commutes. But more importantly, I’m taking a newfound sense of patience, presence and drive for journalism. To be reporter in Istanbul is to drop into the middle of the action, and to feel like you were never anywhere else. Journalism is alive here, and people put trust in writers to tell their stories. This is what surprised me the most — the complete openness and welcoming that I experienced with every person I sat down to have a conversation with, even when we couldn’t speak the same language.
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