Kvisoft, an innovative software developing company with products covering different series including flipbook software, data recovery software, photo gallery tools, etc. has updated its flipbook maker, which is a professional e-catalog maker software application for its clients to make stunning page flipping e-catalogs, digital brochures, flyers and many more types of e-papers.
The new version of Kvisoft FlipBook Maker provides global digital publishers a new solution for publishing e-catalogs to mobile-friendly HTML5 formal.
FlippingBook Publisher makes your professionally created content look perfect on any desktop computer or mobile device. Catalogue is a good internet leaflet to present your products and services. With e-catalogue software, you can not only publish your PDF catalogue online, but also track total visits, time spent on reading and link click data.
Users can simply import a static PDF, Word document or PPT file into Kvisoft HTML5 FlipBook Software, then it converts imported files into an attractive yet interactive page flipping catalog. It also allows users to embed photo gallerys, shopping icons, movies, shapes, etc. into digital catalogs for making it more entertaining to read.
The Kvisoft FlipBook Maker supports exporting digital page turning catalogs to various kinds of formats, including Flash, HTML5, EXE, APP, SWF, etc. By multi-selecting Flash and HTML5, users can output an e-catalog, which is viewable on computer, Apple mobile phones, Android devices, tablets and more portable devices.
“As the datas in New Custora E-Commerce Pulse (News - Alert) Report shows, the US mobile ecommerce sales is growing rapidly from $2.2 billion in 2010 to $42.8 billion in 2013.” said by Simon Linn, developer of Kvisoft FlipBook Maker. “It’s essential to add the ability of publishing digital catalog in HTML5 format so that readers can view the catalog online via mobile devices.”
Kvisoft FlipBook Maker offers three different versions, including standard ($97), professional ($297) and enterprise version ($1297).
Edited by Adam Brandt