There are a lot of amazing applications that can be used, but in case you are not good at development or design, it will not be easy to get your own content onto Apple tablet. Tactilize was created to facilitate the production interesting content for journalists, writers, artists, curators and photographers in order to monetize their works on iPad. The company designed a new way of blogging, developing a web interface for easy creating the layout around the content and also an application for the iPad where it can be displayed. The service is not available now, it is in private beta, but it is expected to come during the next two weeks.
The service is positioning itself as an iPad content network that will let videographers, photographers and other creative professionals design their layout from scratch. However, the tool also provides them with templates for blog posts, articles, photos and videos. It is really easy to get the content into the application, you can upload files from any virtual cloud storage or photo service, whether it will be Google Drive, Dropbox, Facebook, Flickr or Evernote. You can also add to you content links to your cards and text pop-ups. And though all the interactive features of Tactilize are available only in the mobile version, users can share the previews of their content with their friends or clients on the internet.
Thanks to the smart design, the Tactilize cards, created in the web editor, will look much better than any mobile version of popular magazine. And there is absolutely no need to care about tutorials; the usage experience is more likely to be intuitive. In case you need to find something in your content you can search it easily from the application.
The idea of Tactilize was initially to allow big organizations to create standalone applications for iPad, but the idea underwent a little changes and now it is focused on smaller publishers and creative professionals, because the company considers that the future of the publishing is on the mobile devices.
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