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It’s been said that everyone has a good novel inside them. It’s just a matter of finding the time to write it all down! Book Writer might not be able to add extra hours to the day, but it can make creating a book that’s possible to read through iBooks or send to friends, much easier.
The app makes it simple to produce all kinds of books from photo books to cookbooks, manuals or even children’s stories, all through the wealth of options within. It’s simple to add photos or videos to a book, as well as resizes such images and move them around easily. It’s the kind of thing that would be great for collating memories from a special event.
Once created, it’s just as simple to share the book via iTunes, email or by printing the document, making it a great way to share creations with friends and family.
Book Writer is out now, priced at $3.99, and it’s an Universal app.
We’ve all seen plenty of cute interactive books on the App Store. However, Collin’s Journey Through Cancer is an especially touching one to see.
As the name suggests, it’s all about a young boy called Collin who is currently battling that evil disease, cancer. Fortunately, he has great and supportive parents looking out for him.
The story is all done from the child’s perspective with childlike drawings illustrating the way and a child’s voice narrating the action.
It won’t be the longest read, even for young readers, but it’s a touching tale. Crucially, it has the potential to be an ideal app to use with the family for those unfortunate enough to be hit with this cruel disease. Books like these are a great way to provoke discussion with younger members of the family.
Collin’s Journey Through Cancer is free to download so why not give it a read today? It’s out now for the iPad only.
Moby Dick is one of those great pieces of literature which everyone claims to have read, but very few people actually get all the way through. It’s no surprise either, considering that the book is long, dense and at times so boring you’d rather stab yourself repeatedly with a harpoon than turn the page. Arcade Sunshine Media thinks they may have a solution to the issue with the newly released Moby Dick – A Digital Odyssey.
In addition to access to the complete Melville e-book, users can also access infographics, videos with literary experts, an interactive glossary, and more. A couple other cool features include a timeline of the life of Herman Melville and explanations on how different events of his life shaped the book, as well as a map of the journey of the Peaquod. those interested in historical context can also learn more about the whaling industry without ever having to leave the app.
There’s a hefty amount of content offered for a relatively cheap app, and it’s a great way to bring a literary classic into the modern era. Sure, you probably still won’t read the book, but at least you can sound smart at parties when facing off against inferior intellectuals who only read the Cliff’s Notes.