White Park Bay’s collaborative efforts with Oxford have already brought a slew of Oxford reference titles to the iDevice platform which were reviewed at TMA. This week, they are bolstering their current offerings with 10 more titles, 7 of which were launched this week. In addition, White Park Bay have also upgraded their older app suite with email and note-taking features from the new apps. White Park Bay’s newest releases are below:
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White Park Bay Software, a leading iPhone Apps publisher, announced today that it has signed an extension to its content partnership agreement with Oxford University Press to publish ten more of Oxford’s reference titles on the iPhone Worldwide.
“We are really excited about the extension to our partnership with Oxford University Press”, said Steve Tagger, MD of White Park Bay. “Oxford are the benchmark for high quality reference titles. The combination of Oxford University Press’ excellent content and White park Bay’s strong Apps and marketplace reach on iPhone really sets this partnership up for continued success.”
The extension and expansion of White Park Bay’s Reference catalogue on iPhone will see the launch of a further ten titles from Oxford University press.
The additional titles, which will be released in phases starting from 23rd December 2009, widens the scope of the iPhone catalogue and includes flagship titles “A Dictionary of Modern and Con- temporary Art” and “Oxford Dictionary of Humorous Quotations” compiled by Ned Sherin.
The complete launch catalogue is:
- A Guide to Countries of the World
- Concise Encyclopedia
- A Dictionary of Contemporary World History
- A Dictionary of Modern and Contemporary Art
- Oxford Dictionary of Humorous Quotations
- The Oxford Dictionary of Islam
- A Dictionary of Food and Nutrition
- Oxford Dictionary of Phrase and Fable
- A Dictionary of Buddhism
- A Dictionary of Hinduism
The range opens up the scope of White Park Bay’s catalogue to the home consumer in addition to delivering a high quality information experience to students and professionals alike.
“Consumer demand for reference products and services on iPhone is growing,” said Steve Tagger. “As one of the leaders in high quality cutting edge reference Apps on iPhone we are perfectly placed to deliver what consumers want. We have bolstered the range through our partnership extension and having listened to our customers added some cool new features, so we are confi- dent the quality of the Apps will shine through to reflect the quality of the content from Oxford University Press”