Teleprompt+ User Manuals Now Available on the iBookstore
April 23, 2012 in Reference
[prMac.com] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - "The release of iBooks Author this year was an excellent opportunity for us to take our documentation a step further" said Gene Whitaker, CEO of Bombing Brain Interactive. "While our apps are very easy to start using with little or no instruction, we believe strongly that our customers should have free, convenient access to tools to help them get the most out of their purchases."
Why create a user manual for such an easy-to-use product? Because different users learn in different ways, and Bombing Brain believes that it has a responsibility to all users to provide as much information about its products as possible. Noting the popularity of its instructional videos online, Bombing Brain wanted to seize the opportunity to make its official manuals more engaging and media rich.
Links to the manuals can be found on the Bombing Brain web site, as well as via the built-in help area in each app. These free iBooks include text, interactive images, and videos, demonstrating all app features and serving as a reference for customers. The manuals are easily searchable for quick answers to feature questions. They can also be read from start to finish for a complete understanding of the application.
Teleprompt+ for iPad User Manual and Teleprompt+ for OS X User Manual require an iPad and the free iBooks application, available from the App Store. A free PDF version of these manuals (without interactive elements) continues to be available at bombingbrain.com.
Bombing Brain Interactive is an independently owned and operated company located in the Philadelphia, PA area. Its mission is to identify fun and unconventional uses for Apple's revolutionary mobile products and make them a reality. Its Teleprompt+ applications for iPad, iPhone, and OS X are industry standards for professional teleprompter software solutions. Copyright (C) 2012 Bombing Brain Interactive. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.