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E-Book Systems Announces Mac Version of FlipViewer
Contributed by: SHA, at 5/28/2005 09:51:00 AM.

E-Book Systems, Inc., creators of the have announced the release of Mac FlipViewer, a software that allows Apple Macintosh users to read E-Book Systems' customers' publications in a digital 3-D page-flipping format.
Mac FlipViewer for Mac OS X is a software reader that enables digital online publications like magazines, catalogs, newspapers, newsletters and annual reports to be viewed from the user's computer. Mac FlipViewer's page-flipping interface lets readers "turn" pages, rapidly skim pages and go directly to a certain page number, just like a printed publication. The streaming download function also lets users begin reading the publication without waiting for the entire file to download.


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