Kvisoft has announced FlipBook Maker 4.3.0 which is updated from previous version 4.2.2. This new version of Kvisoft FlipBook Maker can help users create digital magazines or generate flipbooks for viewing on various mobile devices such as Android phones, iOS devices and other tablets. Different from its previous versions, the flash flip book made by the current version looks more reader-friendly and comfortable on mobile devices. With the latest version of Kvisoft FlipBook Maker, users can publish a flipbook which is readable on both computer and mobile devices. Different from viewing flipbooks on mobile phones and tablets, readers will get a flipbook of a simplified reading interface which includes buttons like table of contents, first page, next page, thumbnail view, share and etc. The simplified reading effect is specially designed to fit the screen size of mobile devices and tablets. "When a mobile device has become an important and indispensible tool that people use to get news, read ebooks, shopping online and etc, it's essential to make online content readable and looking perfect on smartphones, tablets and other devices," said Leo Linn who is in charging of software development of Kvisoft. "Based on HTML5 technology, our flipbook software provides an easy way or users to make PDF reports, ebooks, magazines or etc accessible on mobile devices with an optimal reading experience." What's New in Kvisoft FlipBook Maker V4.3.0? 1. Optimized YouTube video playing on mobile devices. 2. Optimized the size of added bookmarks. 3. Optimized the music playing when enter the page. 4. Modified the problem of loading preloader with Adobe Flash Player 15. 5. Close real-time preview when output flipbook to make publishing more efficient. 7. Added download link in check for update option. 8. Optimized the displaying of tablet of contents on mobile devices. 9. Fixed some other bugs. Kvisoft FlipBook Maker, FlipBook Maker Pro and FlipBook Maker Enterprise are on sale with original price $97, $297 and $1297. Kvisoft also offers license of multiple installations at a discounted price. In order to support the development of global education, Kvisoft provides flipbook software with a special discount to education use. As any other Kvisoft programs, a free life-time update and technical support is provided. Kvisoft is a global software development company with programs covering from flipbook software, data recovery software, flash slideshow program and PDF freeware. It provides software for both Windows and Mac computer users. Over the years, Kvisoft has accumulated hundreds of thousands of loyal customers. More information about Kvisoft and its software, please visit Kvisoft.com. With book sales declining over the years, the publishing industry has started relying on ebooks and audiobooks as primary drivers of growth. Research firm IBISWorld reported that audiobook revenues hit $1.6 billion in a span of five years, from 2008 to 2013. The growth of audiobook sales reached an average of 12 percent during the said period. IBISWorld said smartphones or internet-connected mobile devices were among the main reasons why audiobook has become popular among consumers. The future of the industry remains upbeat, with the research firm predicting continued growth from 2013 to 2018 with an annualized growth rate of 17 percent. An interesting addition to the market is Audioboom Group PLC's (London Stock Exchange: BOOM.L) social media platform Audioboo.fm, which mostly hosts spoken word content such as news and sports broadcasts, as well as podcasts. The platform already has 2,000 channels, over a dozen of which allow the preview and sale of audiobooks. Although small in number, the channels represent major audiobook publishers such as BBC, AudioGo, Random House, and HarperCollin's Harper Audio. Audioboo, which has been called the audio version of Youtube, has 2.5 million subscribers and 13 million active users through its website, mobile applications and content partners. The platform's features include embedded players that allow the clips to play on Twitter and Facebook. In addition to audiobook sales, channel owners can also strike a revenue sharing deal with Audioboo through the use of pre- and post-roll advertising. Because of this feature, publishers and broadcasters may release free content with the hopes of getting advertising revenue in return. The technology allows partners to embed playlists onto their sites and apps, use our mobile apps and functionality as listen again players and re- syndicate their content around the web. Audioboom also allows the monetisation of audio via the dynamic insertion of pre and post roll advertising into content as a user is listening, allowing contemporary advertising selection, depending on content genre and geographic location of the user. Audioboom has over 1,700 content partners, including the BBC, Telegraph, Guardian, CBS, Sky Sports, Premier League, Southern Cross Austereo, Reuters, CNBC, Universal and Fox.