It’s been a while now since print books started receiving a cut-throat competition from their digital siblings. Needless to say, with the increasing popularity of the digital book-format, the market has also been flooded with numerous software that can access, read and edit these electronic books. Also, these e-books may be compatible with a number of programs like PDF viewer, word processing programs, simple text programs and others. But nothing feels greater than the traditional way of turning the pages of a book along with all the advantages of reading it on a computer. You may also want to customize the presentation of your e-book and share it online. For such requirements, Silverlight PageFlip Book v.22.214.171.124 is a nice and quick application.
Silverlight PageFlip Book is a shareware program for creating a silverlight book from a document containing plain text and pictures. With this program, it’s just a matter of few minutes to create pleasant looking and neat interfaced books from text documents containing magazines, journals, news papers, novels, manuals, brochures, photo albums etc. The various pages of the created books are flipped with the help of mouse and the colors and presentation of the books look amazing on the first view. You can create such a book for your personal use or if you are a web developer or you have your own blog or website on which you want to share this book, you can easily do so by simply exporting it to a web page without any need of additional web programming skills. Apart from this, you do not need to install any server applications like SQL, ASP, PHP or any other language. For copyrighted materials, you can easily copy protect and print protect your uploaded books.
Overall, Silverlight PageFlip Book v.126.96.36.199 is a nice and easy to use application for making peasant looking books from soft copies of text documents and images. It comes at a price which can be termed fairly reasonable, especially keeping in mind of all its features, utilities, and the simplified operational aspect. Hence, it receives a score of four on the scale of five.