Twixl Publisher 3.7.4 Build 14584 / 4.0 Build 14569 Beta 2

Helps you create interactive digital designs for tablets
Twixl Publisher - From Twixl Publisher Builder's main window you will be able to preview or built your iPad or Android app.
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Twixl Publisher is a streamlined OS X application that helps you create tablet apps that you can publish in app stores.

Twixl Publisher comes as a publishing solution able to import InDesign projects into tables. In other words, Twixl Publisher is a mix between an OS X stand alone app and a plug-in for Adobe InDesing CS6-6 that provides the necessary tools to convert and export 'traditional' documents into interactive reader applications for tablets.

Using Twixl Publisher you will be able to translate print designs into digital designs by adding interactive content like audio/video files, HTML5 animations and photo slideshows into a unique tablet blend.

Main features:

  • External and embedded web content viewer
  • Transitions and auto-play options for all included slideshows
  • Table of contents generator
  • Google Analytics support
  • Allows you to create both “storefront” and "kiosk" apps

last updated on:
December 18th, 2014, 12:20 GMT
file size:
46.3 MB
price:
$1250.00
 
license type:
Demo 
developed by:
Twixl Media
operating system(s):
Mac OS X 10.7.4 or later
binary format:
Intel only
category:
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Twixl Publisher - The Build Settings tab helps create a new build setting or use an existing build setting.Twixl Publisher - By accessing the General tab, you can input the app's name and select the supported languages from a predefined list.Twixl PublisherTwixl PublisherTwixl PublisherTwixl Publisher
What's New in version 3.7.4 Build 14584
  • Fixed a bug that caused some Raw HTML to result in invalid HTML (InDesign Plugin)
  • Fixed some bugs that caused publication sharing to fail (InDesign Plugin)
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes caused images to be displayed at an incorrect size (iPad Reader, iPad SDK)
  • Image sequences on iPad now do scale-to-fit instead of scale-to-fill (iPad Reader, iPad SDK)
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