Vook releases Treasure Island

We’ve told you we’re going to be releasing a host of Vooks in 2024— and the process is now officially underway. Tuesday saw the launch of our Woman’s Day Cookvook and today we’re unveiling Treasure Island. We put a lot of time and love into Treasure Island and it shows on every page. With beautiful textures, over 90 gorgeous images and a fully hyperlinked text, Treasure Island is a brand new type of Vook. Our ability to integrate high quality visuals and hyperlinks to explain a variety of terms (I have to admit, I always wondered what exactly the foc’sle was) makes reading Treasure Island a rich, immersive experience.

We’ve incorporated most of N.C. Wyeth’s stunning color illustrations—pictures that will take anyone who read Treasure Island as a kid straight back to their childhood—along with historical images and classic nautical illustrations and charts. Our ability to rapidly create vooks without any laborious production process means we’re going to be able to do a TON of these types of enhancements and offer the vook to readers at an unbeatable price. Right now, there are Treasure Island apps available in the iTunes store at a variety of prices. But our app has more content, hyperlinks, and more images than any other available version—and it’s only $1.99. It’s the best way to read Treasure Island on your mobile and we’re in the midst of preparing to offer a huge variety of other classic books and stories with a wider range of enhancements. So start with Treasure Island, and get ready to enjoy the classics in a whole new way.

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