Vote for Computer Arts in the Tabby Awards

The shortlist for the Tabby Awards 2014 has been unveiled, and Computer Arts is on it. If you're a fan, let your voice be heard!

Fresh from winning Visual Arts Magazine of the Year at last year's Digital Magazine Awards, the iPad edition of Computer Arts is in the running for another digital gong - this time at the Tabby Awards, the global competition for the best tablet apps.

Click here to cast your vote!

Computer Arts: the Innovation Issue

The latest edition is an Innovation special, featuring an animated cover by Thomas Burden

Computer Arts is one of just four titles to be nominated in a diverse, international shortlist for the iPad Magazines category, which also features National Geographic, Spanish popular culture title Revista Don and TLQ: the "digital magazine for thought leaders".

Click here to cast your vote!

The final decision lies with the expert judging panel, but for 2014 the Tabbies are also introducing a new User's Choice Award, voted for by the public at large.

But don't take our (or their) word for it. Decide for yourself by sampling the latest issue for free with our no-strings 30-day trial:

Computer Arts: the Global Design Issue

The Global Design issue of Computer Arts mirrored its print cousin's glow-in-the-dark cover with a button to toggle the glow on and off

Other categories

Of course, before we get carried away with ourselves there are plenty of other categories at the Tabbies. These include:

  • iPad Apps: besides Magazines, you'll also find Books; Education (for both children and adults); Entertainment; Health & Fitness; Kids & Family; Lifestyle; Medical; News; Finance; Productivity; Photo, Video & Music; Social; Sports; Travel, Navigation, Local & Weather; and Utilities & Tools.
  • iPad Games: This one's split into Action, Adventure, Arcade & Racing; Board, Casual, Puzzle & Word; Cards, Casino & Dice; Kids, Education & Family; and RPG, Simulation & Strategy.
  • Android Apps & Games: Self-explanatory, really: a combination of various categories above, but for Android.

Computer Arts: the Money Issue

In another print-digital tie-in, Computer Arts' Money Issue replicated the scratch-off latex varnish with a wipe-to-reveal effect on iPad

Have a browse and vote for your favourites (including CA, of course).