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♣ Lucky Cards for A Lucky Week ♣ Popular content on Tactilize

"To create their pages (or ‘cards,’ as Tactilize likes to call them), users can import images from Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox, Box, Picasa, Flickr and a number of other services (including FTP and WebDAV for advanced users). The in-app editor itself allows you to easily move, resize and rotate images, videos and text fields on the page and with a bit of patience and practice, the resulting pages can be very attractive and look just as good as some of the best iPad magazines. Once your page is done, you can use the app’s Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest integration to spread the word about it (including links to the web versions of your pages).

The Tactilize team expects that users will use the app to “publish a full interactive eBook, create an impressive press kit, or use Tactilize to bring your blog to the next level. (…)”


Read also on MediaBistro: http://www.mediabistro.com/appnewser/tactilize-now-has-in-app-editor-for-self-publishers_b30664 

10 out of the Featured Cards in the Tactilize iPad App, this week /-)

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Global Launch of First Ever Content Publishing App for iPad and iPad mini

San Francisco, CA – November 2012: Tactilize, the ground-breaking self-publishing app for iPad, has now launched globally. Previously only available in the United States, Tactilize allows users to quickly create their own content for the iPad featuring their own text, photos and videos.

Tactilize users will also notice new social-functionality within the app, through the addition of the “comment” feature. “Tactilize users can publish in ‘real time’ and share their work with their followers, who are now in turn allowed to comment upon their work. This is another small step in our quest to transform more than 100 million iPad users into their own creative publishers,” explains co-founder and CEO of Tactilize Nicolas Voisin.

Tactilize for iPad and iPad Mini is available for free at the iTunes App Store:

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