FlippingBook PDF Publisher

FlippingBook PDF Publisher

Create flippable e-books easily and fast with this program
5.0  (4 votes)
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This program is designed to convert plain PDF, MS Office, and image files into flippable e-books that resemble the feeling of leafing through a printed book. Also, you can create your own flippable e-books from scratch.

The program is really easy to use. You only need to import the file(s) you want to convert. A window showing the options for this project will appear. Here, you can choose the type of project you want to create (book, magazine, catalog, and more). Also, you can set the pages you want to use, and the conversion quality, which can range from Optimal to Small file size. Once you have imported the file, you can set several properties so the resulting file completely adjusts to your needs. For example, it is possible to set a publication skin that matches the content of your e-book. Some examples are Office, Grange, Nature, and others. You can also set the default language, the name of the resulting file; modify the color combination of the chosen skin, and more.

The program also has capabilities that allow you to upload your file to the Internet easily. Maybe the only drawback is the application's cost, which is not very affordable. Nevertheless, if you publish a lot of e-books and want to convert them into flippable ones, then it may be a good investment.

Please take into account that you need to give your name and e-mail address before being able to download the free trial. Also, this version only allows you to convert the first 10 pages of each document. If you like the program and want to use its full features, then you will need to purchase a license.

Victor Hernandez
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Review summary

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Allows both converting existing files and creating new ones from scratch

Cons

  • Expensive
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