The latest in digital publishing: 5 new apps to keep an eye out for

With Neuland 2.0, a “Startup Village for Digital Natives” returning to the Leipzig Book Fair in Germany later this year (March 23-26, 2017), we take a look at some of the most promising digital apps and programs in the publishing industry.

These five startup apps have all been selected by a jury to exhibit at the Leipzig Book Fair. Here’s what sets them apart, and why you might be hearing more about them in the coming year…

Isle Audio: adding sound to electronic literature

Isle Audio has created “abook”, an immersive sound experience for digital publishing, creating “a new way of reading ebooks.” Reading becomes a multi-sensory experience, as the reader is immersed in an accompanying soundscape as they read a text on the app.

Ulysses: a new writing app for mobile devices

Ulysses is the latest in writing applications. While the market is already tough, with the likes of Scrivener and…

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