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Bob Books Releases Photo Book App for iPad

LONDON, April 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Print on demand premium photo book company Bob Books is delighted to announce that its Photo Books App for iPad and iPhone is now available in the UK App Store. The easy-to-use app allows users to design and order coffee table quality books using their own images straight from their iPad or iPhone, allowing people to create their photobooks anywhere. Families and friends can then share their books via the Bob Books bookshop, where it's free to publish your photo books online.

The Bob Books app for iPad and iPhone is the perfect platform for creating the best of digital photo albums and visual story telling. It's free to download and simple to use. Users just select a book format and images to get started.  They can either auto-flow images to fill the book or design their book themselves using Bob Books' professional multi-photo page layouts. Users simply drag and drop photos and layouts onto the pages to design their book. Images can be zoomed and cropped, and spreads can be rearranged throughout the book. Once happy with the design, users just follow the checkout to log in to their Bob Books account and order their book. Files will be transferred via Wi-Fi to be printed and bound producing a high quality book.

Bob Books photo book app key features:

  • A new fun, easy and quick way to make and order your Bob Books photo books while on the move
  • Use images stored on your iPad or iPhone to make your own book
  • Create photo books from 26 to 98 pages long
  • Choose from two professional book themes
  • Add text to your cover
  • Select from professionally designed page layouts
  • Auto-fill the images into your book, or place the images yourself
  • Rearrange page spreads throughout your book by drag and drop when designing
  • Zoom in and crop your images within the page layouts
  • Choose from hardback or paperback covers in 28x21cm landscape or 21x21cm square size
  • Available with 200gsm semi-gloss HP indigo printed paper or premium 300gsm lay-flat lustre photographic paper
  • Order your printed book straight through the app with delivery in just 5-11 days to a UK address
  • Delivery available to 38 countries worldwide
  • Book prices start from £16.99 plus postage
  • Publish your book for free to share or sell in the online Bob Bookshop

 Bob Books customer Matthew Bennett said: "We love taking photos of family, friends and life around us, but, we're all so busy. The new app makes it so easy to create beautiful quality books from the photos we take on our phones and devices. We can even use our Instagram photos and can make the books whilst we're out and about enjoying life. It's so simple." 

Device requirements 

Compatible with iPads and iPhones running iOS 6 or higher.

Availability and pricing  

Starting in February, Photo Books: Design and Order Photobooks by Bob Books is available from the iTunes UK App Store free to download. Photobooks prices start at £16.99.

About Bob Books 

Established in 2007, Bob Books offers the ability to create personal, customised, beautifully presented coffee-table photo books. The Bob Books platform makes designing a book easy and quick. Bob Books also offers customers the option to market their books via the online bookshop, where they can sell the books with ease or share amongst friends and family.

App Store link: itunes

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Media Contact
Ibolya Nemeth
Bob Books
241a Portobello Road
London, UK
W11 1LT
E: [email protected]
T: +44-207-243-7409


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