FlipSnack is a tool that anyone can use to turn basic online publications into stylish, digital flipbooks. If you’re looking for ways to make a boring publication seem more interesting or to help a cute story you wrote go viral, FlipSnack just might be the answer. In minutes, you can turn any PDF document into a Flash-based flipbook that can be casually read just like a paper-based magazine or book.
When you use FlipSnack, you can create a flipbook in just three steps. The first step is to upload your document – remembering that FlipSnack accepts PDF documents that are up to 500 pages or 100 MB long – and to give your document a title. The title you choose is important, because it will be used as the title for your new flipbook. Next up is to choose a template. If none of the templates seems right, don’t worry. FlipSnack templates are completely customizable, so you can pick and choose which elements you want by changing the colors, size, and buttons placement until everything looks just right. Finally, it’s time to click “Publish” and see your finished product.
One of the nice things about flipbooks is that they are easy to share. Just grab the embed code for your newly published book and post it wherever you want – a blog, a website, a Facebook page, or maybe all of the above. Up to 25,000 people can view your flipbook each day and you can make changes to your published flipbook at any time. All free FlipSnack flipbooks come with a watermark, however you can get rid of the watermark by paying for an upgraded account and purchasing the watermark-free embed code.
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