Flipick releases a new version with fixes, updates and brand new features.
Currently offering a free beta trial for a limited period.
Flipick, a Mediawide company, has released a new version this week. As many of us may be aware, Flipick is an online service that allows book publishers and design shops to produce their own ePub3 compatible eBooks directly from within Adobe InDesign.
The new version, Flipick v0.2, has exciting new updates that will help you get the most for your ePub3. Flipick v0.2 is updated to fully support Text Wraps, Tabs, Tables, Facing Pages, Drop Caps and Footnotes. Furthermore, now Flipick plug-ins will be available for InDesign CS 5.5 and InDesign 6.0for both Mac and PC
The new updates will further enhance an already well-received service, thus giving it a significant edge in the market. The new Flipick is quick, smart and capable of producing rich, informative and interactive text in an utmost cost-effective manner.
“We paid serious attentionto the feedback of Flipick members during the first phase of our beta launch. There were unanimous suggestions for Flipick to support text wraps, tabs, tables and footnotes,”says Ravi Dugal, President of Flipick.“Our R&D team lived up to these challenges and built a fascinating product, where these features are no longer converted to an image.”
Flipick is currently offering a free Beta trial on www.flipick.com for a limited period. During this period, publishers can download the new and improved free Flipick plug-in for Adobe InDesign to add interactive content to their books. The finished InDesign book is then uploaded to the Flipick portal and converted to ePub3 format.
Flipick was born out of the need of publishers to create fixed-layout eBooks more efficiently, without the added hassle and cost of manual conversion and editing of code. Based on the original concept by Mediawide, Flipick takes this concept further by adding a user portal and allowing the InDesign file to be uploaded, metadata added, then converted on the Flipick Cloud Servers. The final result is a fully publishable ePub3 file.