Toronto’s Mygazines has now officially rebranded itself as Uberflip. Today, Uberflip announced the roll-out of a “completely redesigned service and pricing structure” for its PDF-to-HTML5 solution.
“Marketers, for example, are spending thousands of dollars to convert their content into mobile apps. They can now make their PDFs instantly available with a device agnostic format for only $29.95 per month, after a no risk 60-day free trial,” said CEO Yoav Schwartz. “The idea is to put this powerful cloud solution in the hands of every corporation, firm, agency, publisher—really anyone.”
Within minutes, clients are able to upload a PDF, enhance it, and make it instantly available on tablets and other devices. The result is a digital publication that is more engaging, accessible, and trackable than the PDF format it originated in.
Audiences access a company branded URL for the document; Uberflip recognizes the device and shows an optimized interface using HTML5 technology on mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, and Android-based smartphones and tablets.
The company says it dropped the name “Mygazines” to Uberflip because it wanted something with more universal appeal. As Yoav notes, their service can benefit any company, not just magazines.
“We chose the name Uberflip because we offer the best solution to help any company offer a flip book experience to their audience,” explained Yoav. “We’ve become a popular solution not only for traditional media publishing content like magazines, but also any business looking to convert training materials, catalogs, flyers, reports, whitepapers, and other types of documents.”