Twixl Publisher
Twixl Publisher
11.0

5.0

Twixl Publisher free download for Mac

Twixl Publisher

11.0
19 March 2020

Create iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire apps from Adobe InDesign.

Overview

Twixl Publisher lets you easily create iOS and/or Android apps (for both tablets and phones), based on Adobe InDesign content. You can publish in Apple's App Store, Google Play, or the Kindle Fire Appstore. You can also export a "Web Reader" version of your content for displaying a publication is a standard desktop or notebook browser. The free Twixl Viewer app for iOS and Android allows you to quickly send a preview to your own device.

In combination with the Twixl Distribution Platform, that allows you to manage kiosk apps, with support for In-app purchases, subscriptions, entitlements, Newsstand, push notifications, we offer a very competitively priced and compelling mobile publishing alternative.

The free trial allows you to create test builds. Different types of yearly subscriptions are available, depending on your requirements. The listed price is for an annual subscription.

What's new in Twixl Publisher

Version 11.0:
  • Moved to a unified code base across the board for Twixl Viewer Classic, the Twixl app, the iOS simulator and custom apps - this should prevent that users see unexpected behaviour when viewing content in the different components
  • Update visual design of Viewer Classic
  • New features for iOS
    • Support for any size screen (on both iPhones & iPads)
    • Support for Split View multitasking on iPad
    • Support for Dark Mode (iOS 13 only)
  • Lots of under the hood updates on Android to accommodate for the latest Android releases
  • Support for longer page sizes on phones so that it has the same limits as tablets
  • Added support for sending scheduled push notifications
  • Re-added support for Google Analytics after it had been removed in October 2019, because of Google changes
  • Loads of smaller bug fixes

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4 Twixl Publisher Reviews

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Jess-MacUpdate
23 February 2016

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ClamXav indicated that the update for version 4.2.3 may be infected with Zip.Suspect.DoubleExtension-zippwd. I have contacted the developer about this.
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Version 4.2.3
Jess-MacUpdate
23 February 2016
ClamXav indicated that the update for version 4.2.3 may be infected with Zip.Suspect.DoubleExtension-zippwd. I have contacted the developer about this.
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Version 4.2.3
bernardoph
24 February 2012
It is a demo and not a functional demo. Have a "preview" of you app would be is not to be functional. NOT FREE. Actually is the opposite: VERY EXPENSIVE to be functional
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Version 2.1.4
1 answer(s)
Twixl media
Twixl media
01 March 2012
The free version is NOT a demo and is indeed fully functional, as it allows you to create a preview of your app in the iPad simulator, and it also allows you to create "Ad Hoc" builds of your apps that can be installed on the iPad. You need to be registered as an iOS Developer to do this though. What is not possible with the free version is the option to create App Store builds by yourself. Either this can be done for a fee per app, or you can purchase a (more expensive) license that allows you to create an unlimited number of apps by yourself.
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karinvw
12 January 2012
Easy way to independently create iPad apps from InDesign. No fuss. Easy workflow ! You need to be registered as an Apple Developer though, to install the apps on your iPad. Otherwise you can only see the result in the iPad simulator.
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Version 2.1.2
Tournesol
26 November 2010
Does not save any files. You can see the file at the destination when you try to export again, but not through the Finder. Makes the demo rather useless.
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Version 1.03
2 answer(s)
Mig4444
Mig4444
12 January 2012
This app should have been listed as a "Demo" and not as "Free." The only way to use it is to pay for it and the minimum price is $3,330.00.
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Twixl media
Twixl media
13 January 2012
The free version is indeed fully functional, as it allows you to create a preview of your app in the iPad simulator, and it also allows you to create "Ad Hoc" builds of your apps. Requirements: - InDesign CS5/5.5 - Xcode (but will never actually need to use it) - To be registered as an Apple Developer
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