Content delivered through Liquid State apps is divided in to documents. Documents are individual volumes of content, which contain pages.
Documents are displayed within the app library screen, and can be individually downloaded by app users.
Publishing new documents or updating existing documents is a fast and simple process. You do not need to update your entire app to add new documents or update existing documents. This means you can avoid using platform app store portals, and simply manage your content from within Liquid State Cloud.
If you are planning to sell your app content, we recommend offering the app itself for free, with one or two documents available for free download. This gives users a good opportunity to sample your content, so they can assess whether they want to pay for additional paid documents (IAPs).
Pages are the building blocks of content in Liquid State apps. Each document is made up of one or more pages.
Pages in the Liquid State system are similar to pages in a printed book - except they are interactive, and responsive in size.
An app page can be as long as is necessary, and will resize to match the width of the screen it is being viewed on. App users can scroll through a page by swiping up or down, and navigate from page to page by swiping left or right.
Ubiquity Minimum Requirements
In order to make full use of the Liquid State system, your computer must meet these requirements:
Operating system must be Windows 7 or later, or Mac OS X Lion (10.7) or later
Ensure you have installed the latest updates for your operating system
Web browser used to access the Liquid State Cloud must be the latest version of Google Chrome or Apple Safari (Mac OS X only)
It may be possible to use the Liquid State Cloud on older operating systems or browsers than those listed above. However, Liquid State cannot guarantee full functionality on any computer which does not meet these requirements.
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