Has anyone heard of them?
From the press release:
liquidpubs is a set of services and technologies that allows publishers of magazines, newspapers and books to offer a groundbreaking experience of their content on tablet computers and smartphones. For newspapers and magazines, whether it's the iPad, iPhone, or an Android based tablet or smartphone, liquidpubs has a scalable app that, through our customization process, plugs into publishers' existing content management systems and other design tools.
liquidpubs caters to newspapers and magazines through the 'liquidpubs digital publish' solution. First, the liquidpubs team customizes and brands its technology for the publisher. This includes interface design, app customization, and linkages to content management systems, with available plugins for design programs like Adobe InDesign for ease of use and automation. The branded app is then launched on the iTunes and/or the Android marketplace available for purchase by the public. The result is an extremely powerful, functional, unique, customized app that the publisher can continue to fill with enriching, interactive content. Post-launch services and support include app updates, and further programming and design support. Also part of its comprehensive post-launch service is motion and still photography for unprecedented magazine covers and interactive content.