Scribd Switches to HTML5

Yesterday Scribd announced their full-scale transition from Flash to HTML5. This new programming language will make Scribd content available across a larger swath of mobile devices, especially the iPhone and iPad.

Scribd co-founder Jared Friedman had this statement: “Publishers benefit from HTML5 tremendously … The distribution of their content across the social web and mobile platforms becomes virtually automatic — no technology barriers between them and their readers, no need to build native mobile apps, an ability to easily insert multi-media or advertising into their content. The possibilities are endless.”

With the new interface, you can read the AAP book sales figures on your iPhone or surf the Best eBook News on Twitter on your iPad while riding the bus. See our complete Scribd page here.



Publish date: May 26, 2010 https://dev.adweek.com/digital/scribd-switches-to-html5/ © 2020 Adweek, LLC. - All Rights Reserved and NOT FOR REPRINT
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