Quark has released a new version of its flagship QuarkXPress desktop publishing suite aimed at helping publishers and designers craft document layouts for smaller screens and mobile devices.
QuarkXPress 9 provides layout and export features especially designed for tablets and mobile handsets, and can export documents as ePub files for companies creating content for e-book readers such as the Kindle and Nook, and Apple's iBooks service.
The suite also includes components to publish content for the Blio eReader platform and Apple's iPad display.
QuarkXPress 9 provides updates for the software's built-in word processor as well as tools to manage links, create lists and lay out images.
Quark offers a free 30-day trial version of the software. The full version costs £779, and an update from QuarkXPress 8 costs £279.
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