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  1. 8 Free Tools to Create Online Magazines

  2. Issuu is a fast-growing digital publishing platform designed to make content more discoverable and help publishers connect with readers. Key Features: Upload your publications to the Issuu library Embed an edition from Issuu on your website or blog Share publications through social networks A lot of publications for you to explore

  3. Blurb is a creative self-publishing platform that enables anyone to create, self-publish, promote, share, and sell his or her own print and ebooks. • Pros - The optional professional design service may come in handy for big projects. • Cons – Online chat was too often unavailable. Good only for Photobooks.

  4. YuDu is a free online library stocked with all kinds of digital content - things like books, magazines, music and photos. • Pros • Great archive of free digital content resource • Allows users to connect and share interests • Publishing is fast and easy • Cons • Users can’t edit text in a published document • Certain fonts don’t show up correctly

  5. Calaméo is great tool to publish your magazine, presentations or documents and share them with the world. Embed rich-media content to your publications like videos and audios. Pros – Good Doc Viewer. License options. Easy Sharing. Superb look. Cons – The Physcial Printing depends on the User itself. Too much fee for the Ad-free package.

  6. Themeefy is a Web 2.0 application that allows you to create and publish your own e-Magazines. You can either curate from a wide variety of resources available. Pros - Free. Allows inclusion from Wikipedia, flickr, YouTube, etc. Skip the idiotic registration process using Social Links. Very nice layouts. Cons – A lurky viewer.

  7. Joomag allows you to create magazines, e-books, catalogs, reports, brochures and photo albums, and also delivers an exceptional reading experience. Pros – Allows embedding options. Very easy-to-use interface. Cons – Feels immature at times.

  8. Scribd is known for being a reading library where you can search for and find ebooks and slides but it is also a magazine creator which allows users to upload their own content and turn it into a magazine. • Pro • a good site to create content and share with others. • good place to find useful magazines.

  9. Treesaver is a JavaScript framework which helps to create paginated, magazine-style layouts using HTML5 and CSS3. Navigating a Treesaver magazine is intuitive and the dynamic layouts reflow to fit any size screen. • Pros – a good format for content you read on a crowded commuter train. • Cons – time-consuming to build the content by hand or to create a system to generate Treesaver-formatted content.

  10. More If you want to make an amazing multimedia digital magazine with page turning effect, these free tools cannot make your need. Try Kvisoft Flipbook Maker and make page flipping emagazine in clicks.