E-Book's FlipViewer Browser Version Digital Publication Reader

E-Book Systems, Inc. releases the FlipViewer Browser Version, an online publication reader that allows users to read E-Book Systems' customers' publications within a digital 3-D page flipping format in their regular Internet browser.

FlipViewer Browser Version is a digital publication reader that enables digital online publications like magazines, catalogs, newspapers, newsletters and annual reports to be viewed immediately from any browser without downloading any additional plug-ins or applications. The software features an intuitive page-flipping interface that lets readers "turn" pages, rapidly skim content and go directly to a certain page number, just like reading or browsing through a printed publication. Readers can immediately visit the publishers' or advertisers' Web sites by clicking on links on pages and advertisements inside the digital publication.

For users who want advanced features beyond HTML reading capabilities, FlipViewer Browser Version can be used as a complement to the original FlipViewer and Mac FlipViewer. Using FlipViewer readers have additional capabilities that include viewing any PDF, Quark, PageMaker, FrameMaker and Word file in the page-flipping format by downloading a plug-in. Digital Flip technology allows publishers to incorporate a variety of multimedia elements, like MID, WAV and MP3 files, to enhance online publications that can be viewed by users of FlipViewer BrowserVersion, FlipViewer and Mac FlipViewer.

E-Book Systems has publishing tools available for companies who want to convert printed publications into its digital 3-D page-flipping format. The company also offers in-house conversion services. E-Book Systems' customers include Softbank Japan, FHM Germany, duPont Registry, CNET China, Fairchild Publications and several Reed Business Information and Cygnus Business Media titles.

Recommended System Requirements
- Computers with 500 MHz microprocessor
- 128 MB RAM or more
- 1024 x 768 pixels screen area
- Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP, Mac OS 10.2, 10.3, 10.4
- Internet Explorer 6.0 or above, Netscape 7.2, Mozilla 1.7, Firefox 1.0, Safari 1.2.

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