Video : you can now create Arabic ebooks without programming experience !!

"vijua" for software announced the launch of an application to create interactive electronic books in Arabic across smart devices whether operating system "Android" or iOS.

"vijua" launched name "Kotobee" on the application interface, which is available to use in the Arabic language .. and offers to the user a set of tools to create books can interact with the content more than one way.

"Ayman Abdul-Rahman" Director General of the company "vijua" commented on the interaction provided by the books made through the application of "Kotobee" ... saying: "We don't mean to interactive open external windows through the pages of the book, but we mean to interact with elements within the page itself".

Abdul-Rahman added that among the elements of the interaction provided by "Kotobee" (three-dimensional objects, video clips, music, pictures performances, and animated characters).

The user can through "Kotobee" create interactive books from scratch or written format ready "PDF" and the amendment to the content .. as "vijua" confirms that the program does not require any programming experience in order to deal with the user.

"vijua" allows "Kotobee" application for platforms other than running "Android" and "iOS" as it is available via a downloadable software on computers "Windows" or "Mac" as well as the application of the Web can work on it over the Internet.

The App are available for computers within two versions, the first experimental include a limited number of tools and features, and another paid version offered by the company through several packages.

The "vijua" launched free apps for smart devices via the the official site "" .. "Google Play" for devices operating system "Android" .. and "App Store" for the smart devices "Apple".

You can see how to create interactive eBooks for Android &
iPad devices and Internet browser on this video below .

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