About iBooks Author
iBooks Author will no longer be updated, and it is no longer available to new users. If you’ve previously downloaded the app, you can still access it from your App Store purchase history. You can continue to use iBooks Author on macOS 10.15 and earlier, and books previously published to Apple Books from iBooks Author will remain available. You can also open and edit iBooks Author files (.iba) in Pages.
About book creation in Pages
You can create books from your Mac, iPad, iPhone, and iCloud.com.
Create and share books
You can create, collaborate on, and publish books.
You can use many features in Pages to help you design your book.
- Use drop caps to make a paragraph stand out with a large, decorative first letter.
- Fill text with gradients or images for added style.
- Apply a color, gradient, or image to the background of any page.
- Add linked text boxes to allow your text to flow from one text box to another automatically.
- Create and use master pages to keep your design consistent across your book.
- Use facing pages to create two-page spreads.
- Add vertical text for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.
Add media to books
You can add video, image galleries, drawings, audio, and more to your book.
- Add images and include video in your book.
- Play YouTube and Vimeo videos right in your books.*
- Insert an image gallery to view and move through a collection of photos on the same page.
- Add drawings to your book with Apple Pencil or your finger and animate them.
- Include captions and titles for images, videos, shapes, and other objects.
- Record and play audio directly on a page.
- Add accessibility descriptions to media to help people using assistive technology.
- Choose from over 700 editable shapes to add to your book.
- Use LaTeX or MathML notation to add an equation.
- Place images, shapes, and equations inline in text boxes, so they move with the text.
* This feature might not be available in all countries or regions.
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