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3D Issue Unveils the World's First True HTML5 and eReader Digital Publishing ToolSoftware Offers Same Experience as Flash but in HTML5 (November 28, 2011)
LETTERKENNY, IRELAND -- (Marketwire) -- 11/29/11 -- 3D Issue, developer of software that converts print copy into rich interactive digital content, today announced the release of 3D Issue version 5 -- the first software delivering the capabilities of Flash with HTML5 for a feature-rich experience across every web-enabled device. 3D Issue version 5 also incorporates easy eBook conversion for Kindle, Nook and other eReaders, as well as the software tool PressJack, a 3D Issue-branded program that converts blogs, RSS feeds and Web pages into sleek digital magazines. The technology was developed with HTML5 gurus Dion Almaer and Ben Galbaith to provide the most dynamic experience possible.
As content makes the leap from the printed page to the digital device, marketers and publishers are looking for new ways to remain vital to audiences, while addressing the rising costs of printing and shipping. Although many companies have worked to realize the potential of digital publishing technology, 3D Issue is the first to make a tool that easily enables rich, interactive digital magazine content for all mobile devices, including iPhones, iPods, and iPads. It also provides support for Mac and PCs, incorporating all of the features available with version 4.
"3D Issue has been on the forefront of digital publishing since its inception, and we are pleased to bring our technology to our widest audience yet, allowing iPad and iPhone owners to access the dynamic, interactive content that HTML5 digital magazines can offer," says Paul Mc Nulty, Managing Director, 3D Issue. "We want to go beyond translating static print magazines into static electronic magazines. By using HTML5, we can provide all readers with a richer experience that truly realizes the promise of digital technology -- with live links, embedded videos, and many more features."
3D Issue version 5 is built to be completely intuitive and is targeted at the average marketer and publisher without any design training. With a simple interface, users can covert PDFs and blogs into readable and engaging digital magazines. They can add hyperlinks, videos and sound to create interactive publications that go far beyond what print can deliver. Publishers and marketers can easily convert a graphic-dense magazine into an eBook format, or turn an eBook into a magazine, all within minutes. Other new features include a customizable skin, colors and buttons, multiple language versions, auto-detection of web and email links from the PDF and a built-in FTP loader.
3D Issue serves some of the top names in marketing and publishing including Nike, CBS, Sony, Macy's, National Geographic, Google, McGraw-Hill and Virgin Media. The company was founded in 2006 by then magazine ad salesman Paul Mc Nulty, who wanted a way to show his customers publications without having to mail them. He founded 3D Issue to make the experience of reading electronic magazines as exciting as that of their print counterparts.
The 3D Issue software is available for license starting at just 449.00 USD. 3D Issue version 5 is now available for a free 30 day trial at www.3dissue.com
About 3D Issue
3D Issue is the maker of advanced digital publishing software for publishers, marketers, and content creators. Its customer base includes some of the world's biggest brands, and is headquartered in Letterkenny, Ireland. More information on 3D Issue and its products is available at www.3dissue.com.
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