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Connect your eBook with SoundCloud

This is a great widget that enables you to add SoundCloud files to your digital books made with Apple’s iBooks Author. SoundCloud is the world’s leading social sound platform where anyone can create sounds and share them everywhere. Simply upload your sounds to SoundCloud, then place a hyper-link to that …

Tutorial: Create your own App quality Maze

We’ve noticed that many of you are using the Sketchpad widget to create some fab maze puzzles, and although this works well, we don’t think it gives the best possible results. So we decided to create a new widget dedicated to this timeless puzzle. As simple as the Maze is, …

Twitter is changing, so our widget is too!

As of 11th June 2013 Twitter will be retiring the API we use to place data into your iBooks Author Twitter widgets. We’ve already made the necessary changes to support the new replacement API* and all new widgets will be using this Twitter API from now on. For older widgets, …

Bookry Notes Throughout your Book

Hey there, it’s Tom here. If you missed my previous blog post, I’m one of the developers at Bookry and if you’ve been watching any of our videos you’ve probably heard me talking about some of our great widgets already! I want to share a really great secret with you today. I …

New! Introducing the Notepad Widget

We’re excited to announce that our eagerly awaited Notepad widget is now available in the free widget library. With Notepad you can let readers enter text into your multi-touch book made with iBooks Author.  For example, maybe they want to add some revision notes to a chapter, submit an assignment, …

New! Add a Checklist to your iBook

Here’s a simple but very useful widget for iBooks Author that enables you to place a Checklist in your Multi-Touch book made with iBooks Author. Whether it’s just a shopping list for a recipe or an end-of-chapter revision guide, this widget offers real value to your readers. Using our unique …