Originally posted on TechCrunch:
Tactilize, a self-publishing tool and content network for the iPad, launched last September. At the time, the only way to get content into the app was through a browser-based tool, which always felt like a little bit of a disconnect. Now, with the app’s latest update, users can also create content right on the iPad, too. The Tactilize app now features an easy-to-use editor that lets you add photos, videos, text, and links to external content to your pages.
To create their pages (or ‘cards,’ as Tactilize likes to call them), users can import images from Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox, Box, Picasa, Flickr and a number of other services (including FTP and WebDAV for advanced users). The in-app editor itself allows you to easily move, resize and rotate images, videos and text fields on the page and with a bit of patience and practice, the resulting pages can be…
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