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The HTML5 PDF viewer you’ve been waiting for is here!
Create a professional digital flipbook that can be used as a HTML5 PDF viewer in 4 easy steps:
Add your PDF file on our platform and hit "Next"
Edit the visual aspect of your HTML5 file by changing it's background colour
Decide who can see your flipbook by publishing it as unlisted or password-protected
Share your HTML5 flipbook on social media, via email or by embedding it online
Make your PDFs more visually pleasing by using a simple and beautiful page turning effect.
Enhance your HTML5 PDF books with calls to action, web and email links, rich media and more.
Find out where your readers click and what they read using our inbuilt smart analytics.
The PDF viewer you embed into your web pages is responsive and looks great on all mobile devices and browsers.
You get real time statistics like view, CTR or location stats that allow you to make improvements.
You can enhance your PDFs with rich media, audio, even custom HTML to create something special.
This is an example of a page flip document made with Flipsnack, out of a PDF file, that’s embedded into a website. Customize the background color, the typography, and also insert interactive elements to make your reader’s experience as enticing as possible. Besides being embeddable and flippable, your flipbook is also shareable, so feel free to send it directly via email, or to share it on social media. Wait no more! Create your own HTML5 flipbook right now.Upload your PDF files
Flipsnack gives you plenty of options to share your HTML5 flipbooks. Choose to keep them private from strangers and publish them unlisted, or share them with specific people through a direct link. Nevertheless, you can always select to share your publications publicly through different ways:
We've seen a nice jump in sales since making these interactive flip books compared to static PDF's we used to show.
PDF files can still be added to web pages using embed, object or iframe HTML markup, however the result is the same unimpressive down scrolling experience. Our HTML5 solution looks and feels much better. Here’s how to do it:
The standard method of embedding a PDF into a website is more than a viable option but it’s not the best one there is, and certainly not the most aesthetically pleasing. We offer you a better way to embed your PDFs into websites.Upload your PDF files
Instead of displaying PDF links on your site you should try making a stylish flipbook. It’s quick and easy, and it can be embedded on your web page. You don’t even need any coding skills. It’s just a matter of Copy - Paste.
Our software works perfectly as a web PDF viewer, making your files look even more professional and polished than they normally do. But don’t just trust us, give it a try to see for yourself.
It’s also a better way to integrate the share link in a newsletter than to work with attachments that might not go past firewalls.
Unlike other technologies that get blocked by modern browsers, we ensure cross browser compatibility and a great reading experience on multiple devices.
Yes you can! And it’s easier than you think. Simply bring your PDF file to Flipsnack, upload and publish it. Afterwards, the process of converting PDF to HTML is just a matter of clicking a button. The download HTML button. A great format for offline use.
If you don’t know how to add a hyperlink to a PDF without Acrobat, let us explain how easy it is to do it. Bring your PDF file in Flipsnack’s Design Studio. If you already have some hyperlinks in it, we automatically detect those. And you can always add more. In Flipsnack’s Design Studio, click the Draw link hotspot sticky icon on the top left corner. Draw the area where you want to add the link, then set your URL and click Save.
In just a few words, a flipbook is an interactive, online HTML5 publication that looks and feels exactly like a physical page-turning publication. Besides containing the page flip animation effect, HTML5 flipbooks also have page-turning sound effects, page shadows effects, and many more. In fact, they replace the common PDFs and any other paper-based documents such as books, reports, magazines, catalogs, presentations, etc.