JA+U Now Available on Flipboard and Pulse

Flipboard

JA+U : architecture news on Flipboard for ipad and iphone and android

JA+U is now featured on Flipboard, the “social magazine” that seamlessly formats our news feed into an attractive digital layout. Social media integration also allows you to share your favorite articles via Facebook and Twitter or save them to read later.

To add JA+U to Flipboard, simply click the magnifying glass icon and find us inside the “Photos and Design” section. You can also find us with other popular websites in the “Architecture” feed that Flipboard offers.
 
Flipboard is available on iPad, iPhone, and Android devices. 
 

Pulse

JA+U : architecture news on Pulse for ipad and iphone and android

JA+U is also featured on Pulse. Mobile and web app versions of Pulse format articles into a mosaic of images and headlines, providing an overview of all your subscribed feeds within a quick glance. 

JA+U : architecture news on Pulse for ipad and iphone and android

To add JA+U to Pulse, find us listed alphabetically in the “Art & Design” section.
Pulse is available for iPad, iPhone, Android, Kindle, and Windows mobile devices.

JA+U on Pulse web app

There is also a very useful web version of the app that provides a powerful and intuitive way to check your newsfeeds daily.
 

RSS

Both Flipboard and Pulse are basically news reader apps that convert JA+U’s RSS feed into an attractive visual layout. Of course, there are many other news reader mobile apps and web services to choose from, like Google’s Reader. All offer the same basic functionality, allowing you to keep up-to-date on the latest news from Japan and beyond in a format that fits your lifestyle.
 

Also available on iOS and Android:
100 Japanese Architectural Works From JA Yearbooks

Mobile readers will be interested in our recent ebook: “100 Japanese Architectural Works From JA Yearbooks” 
 
 
This special digital issue commemorates over 20 years of JA (the Japan Architect) magazine. 100 important Japanese architectural works have been selected from the JA Yearbooks 1990-2011. This ebook contains 478 pages of material extracted from the original magazines. In additional, we have provided a link to the location of each building on Google Maps™, so you may use it as your guidebook on your next architectural tour of Japan. Links to 112 videos of additional buildings are also included.
 
We've also included 19 original essays and interviews, one from each year, by notable architects like Kengo Kuma, Toyo Ito, Ryue Nishizawa, and more. JA+U's Editor-in-Chief, Alastair Townsend, has contributed an introductory essay examining Japan's unique understanding and appreciation of space and how it can be interpreted in the 100 works he has selected.