SAP PRESS Launches New Mobile App for Offline Reading
SAP PRESS, a leading publisher on SAP topics, launched its first mobile application Tuesday, permitting readers to access its books on mobile devices. The app provides quick and easy access to all SAP PRESS e-books as part of its subscription program.
The SAP PRESS App allows those with an SAP PRESS Full or Topic Subscription to download materials and read offline, giving readers more flexibility to learn as they continue to work towards their professional goals. Users will also be able to browse through and search across all available titles, add books to a favorites list, and manage their library from their device.
“Our subscription customers are mobile workers: consultants and SAP experts in international organizations,” Florian Zimniak, managing director for Rheinwerk Publishing, said.
“Being able to access our subscription on mobile devices is key for these customers’ success. The app will allow our customers to download the books for offline reading. Plus, we’re finally offering our subscription in a mobile-native format for better reading experience: EPUB.”
The app is free and is available for iOS and Android devices. Future app releases will provide users with the ability to activate subscriptions from within the app, navigate their library by topic, search across the full text of books, bookmark and highlight favorite passages, and more.
SAP PRESS was founded in Bonn, Germany in 1999 as part of a joint venture between Rheinwerk Publishing and SAP.