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How to Read an iBook With Interactive Multimedia

  • 28.09.2016
  • How-To

Apples’ e-book application, iBooks, feature books with multimedia elements to make reading a more enjoyable and explorative experience. These iBooks in the iBooks store enables you to interact with movies, drawings, presentations, galleries, 3D objects, and much more multimedia elements. Without having a proper knowledge about steering across these tools, you can’t savour your reading experience to the fullest.

Here you will get a quick training on how to interact with these multimedia components while reading an iBook. It takes you to do some simple touches, snaps and swipes at the right spots.

  • Launch iBooks app
  • Open My Books page
  • Tap on the book cover to start reading
  • Use gentle taps, swipes and pinches to interact with multimedia objects

For instance: to enable full screen view of an object, pinch open the space with two fingers, and pinch it closed to get it back in normal size.

Some iBooks will have multimedia elements that would read out the story for you when played. Different iBooks come loaded with different multimedia features.

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