"I like FlipSnack, but unfortunately, it doesn't have an app and I believe it works with flash, which is a no-go on an iPad. I like the work it produces, though.
Google offers all kinds of templates, too, but again, not in an app..."
"I generally recommend creating ePub files as they can be sent to and read by most digital book reading apps. Though they use more of a book metaphor - with page flipping - you can change the format to be single page or double and portrait or…"
"There's a strong trend towards the production of digital materials rather than printed - especially on mobile devices that are designed for reading them. I think you might be hard pressed finding a good quality iOS app that enables the creation…"
"I am researching for someone else, but the final product would be print. She has some iPads but does not have access to word-processing other than on the iPads, so she is looking for a recommended app. Thanks in advance for your help."
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My name is Elizabeth Farley. This is my second year at Bishop Stang High School teaching grades 9 & 10 honors English, but it is my 22nd year teaching. During the past twenty + years, I have served as an English teacher, an English department chairperson, and as a Director of Guidance and Counseling. I earned a Bachelor's degree, B.S.S.E, in secondary education / English from West Virginia University and a Masters degree, M.Ed., in guidance and counseling from Providence College. I have chosen to return to my roots as a classroom teacher because I missed the interaction with the students and had a yen for teaching that which I love, English.
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