Book Creator App for Ipad freeFree Book Creator App for Ipad
Build Ebooks for iPad with Free Book Creator App
Have you always wanted to create an e-Book, but the thought of studying all the EPUB features withheld you? Naturally, if you're interested in just releasing on the iPad, you can use Apple's iBooks Author, which makes the use of coding superfluous and has the added advantage of being free.
However, if you wanted something even easier (and equally free), you now have an alternate. iBook Creator, the top-ranked app for creating books, is now available in a free download. More than a million e-books have been created for the iPad since its release in 2011.
You can easily create e-books with a hard drive and add pictures, videos and music. Book Creator's standard release is $4.99. This new free edition has the same functionality as the commercial edition, but you can only create one book.
Upgrading to the full release is possible via an in-app sale, if you like what you see. In addition, he is the creator of several lynda.com videos, such as Font Management Essential Course, InDesign FX and InDesign CC: Interactive Document Fundamentals.
Technical Tips | Workflow and Book Creator: Share the creations!
Book Creator is one of my favourite applications. With this app, pupils and instructors can produce ePub-booklets that can be exchanged with others. You can add links, pictures, audio and basic drawing to a book. They are both offering a free of charge book only.
First try the free app, but you will want the commercial one! Since we have iPad in our schools, I have no knowledge of the Android release, so the remainder of this article is about splitting the book so that it can be viewed in the iBooks app.
You have three ways to create a book in Book Creator. Exports as Movie - This is a good way to exchange it with those who do NOT have an iPhone unit. Saving in ePub and videoformat and sharing with the parent. I store the movie in Vimeo (YouTube works too) and put it in a blogshots.
Pupils can use this selection, store it on the scroll and post it to their blogs. Exports as PDF - All images are deleted in this file size. ePub exports - This is the option for importing iBooks. The trouble is, however, that a single individual can only see this on the iPad on which the book was made.
How do you split the book so it can be viewed on different iPods or on different iPod touch units? When the book is open in Book Creator, press the Shared icon and then select Dropbox or Google Drive (or whatever you prefer).
When you select Drive, make sure under "Who has access" that linksharing is enabled so that everyone can see it with the links. Then, touch Get Link. Next is to publish this on your own weblog. The example below shows how to add the links with the app.
When working on your blogs in a web browsing environment, simply choose the words you want to associate and paste the links. As soon as the book is published on your weblog, anyone can get the ePub book on their iPhone and open the eBook in iBooks by clicking on the downlaod-icon.
Please note - you must be on an ePub eOS to open the ePub book! When the book is downloadable, it can be opened in iBooks or other applications such as Book Creator (helpful if you work with others to make books). Though there seem to be several stages to get the ePub URL into the blogs, once you've done it a few more, it becomes second nature and really doesn't take long!
As a parent, you really like reading a book that your kid either makes himself or has made as a group. We hope you have a lot of pleasure when you post your own bookmarks! See what others are creating in Book Creator. I always include the following information when linking to ePub eBooks so people know how to use them.
Instructions for downloading textbooks to your iPhone (iPad, iPhone, etc.): You' ll need the iBooks app (free) on your iPhone. To do so, click the bookmark above (on your iPhone). Touch the Get Buttons. You can now find the book in iBooks on your iPhone. Like I said before, I also store the Book Creator book as a movie and load it up to Vimeo.
Then I' m embedding the Vimeo movie in the web. This way, even without the use of iPhone or iPod touch, the parent can "read" the book!