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Summer iBA Hackathons: Register Now!

We are delighted to be once again supporting two iBA Hackathons taking place in the US over the next few months. The main purpose of the events is to train educators in designing high-quality, media-rich, interactive iBooks for education. From beginner to published author, the hackathons will take attendees knowledge …

Customize the Peep Hole Shape in Reveal

Recently added to the generator of our very popular Reveal widget, is the ability to upload an image to customize the peep hole shape.  The reader then drags this shape around the screen to guess what’s hidden underneath, rather than the default square shape. When creating your peep hole image …

In-Book Photo Widget for iBooks Author is Here!

Letting readers take their own photo and place it in your book is a great way to encourage interaction and for readers to personalize the content. With our new In-Book Photo widget, readers simply click on the widget icon and then take a photo using their device.  The photo is …

Video Tour of ‘The Slightly Annoying Elephant’ animated iBooks Author title

Why not check out our new video guide to David Walliams’ first interactive eBook for children, published by HarperCollins Children’s Books.  Made with iBooks Author and our HTML5 widgets, the eBook features auto-animations, touch-animations, narration, sound effects, activities (Jigsaw, Memory Game, Coloring) and personalization elements. In addition to the widgets …

Custom Color Palette Update for Sketchpad

The Bookry Sketchpad is one of our most popular widgets and we’re please to announce that you can now further customize the widget by selecting your own color palette.  This is great news for authors who wish to make the widget match the style or color scheme of their book. …