Children’s publishing is demanding, and still represented by the fraction of digital publications available online. We’re always happy to put our 2 cents into these fabulous area of digital publishing. As a father of two I know how hard it might be to learn kids identifying opportunities among the ocean of online threats. In this […]
Few months ago we posted an article about children’s publishing, and how easy it is to publish a brilliant children’s book on iPad with PressPad, right from a PDF file. If you, however, are thinking about bringing your book for children to life in more game-like interactive manner and with beautiful voice-over then you want to get to know more about DoodleeBooks.
I am talking with Becky Parker Geist, DoodleeBooks CEO.
For several weeks you have been writing to us ever more often, asking about possibilities for publishing a children’s books on iPad. If you are an author of a children’s book or a publisher, from this article you will learn how to publish a book on Apple mobile devices with no knowledge of programming required.
Tablets have entered our lives for good. Research conducted by “YouGov” shows, that in Great Britain more and more women become owners of tablets and it is women, who are the main users of tablets, and the number of these devices itself is growing on a global scale (e.g. in the second quarter of 2013 Apple sold nearly 20 million iPads). This is probably one of the factors contributing to the fact, that tablets reach the hands of the youngest users ever more often.[caption id="attachment_857" align="alignleft" width="300"] Women are the main users of tablets in UK. Source: www.yougov.co.uk[/caption]