The PDF to Folio converter solves your problem.
The PDF to Folio converter allows you to take an existing pdf and turn it into a digital magazine application.
The workflow is very simple and extremely fast. Upload an exising pdf to the PDF to Tablet website. The PDF
is converted into a Folio file and will be placed in your Adobe DPS account. The digital magazine application
has all functionalities such as navigating by swiping the pages, zooming in on pages by the pinch and release
gesture, a table of contents and the landscape and portrait mode.
If you send me an e-mail I can send you the product sheet.
Tristan van Doorn
i have an urgent question about publishing on android devives.
in the dps help document under folio preference there is "When you publish content, two settings determine whether a folio is a rendition or a different issue. These settings are Folio Name and Size. The Folio Name values for the different renditions must be the same, and the Size values must be different."
i recreated the folio in jpg format from the content i had as pdf doc (for ipad) to be able to publish in Android devices. (the same Folio size)
i kept the Folio name and the publisher name and folio numbers etc the same as the one i did for ipad.
my android device doesnt see the newly created app (for android). what can i do for this, very urgent. thanks for the help
I want to publish a folio (with dimensions 768x1024) in PDF format for iPad and in JPEG format for Android devices (since they don't support PDF).
How should I do this? Are there any important steps I shouldnt miss.
PS: I created an app for trial purpose. I published three 768x1024 folios both in PDF format and in JPEG format. Then I see 3 folios on the iPad (as I wanted) and 6 folios on Samsung Galaxy (it should be 3 folios – here's the problem).