Mobile publishing solutions
Page Lizard’s mobile publishing platform enables you to deliver your content to all devices as responsive HTML
Built for iOS, Android and Windows
Learn more about apps
Deliver your content to native apps securely and measurably. Page Lizard apps are fully branded to your identity, supported and hosted for you – so there is no impact on your editorial or IT team.
You can publish content directly from your CMS, via the page Lizard CMS, or simply send us your PDFs and we will convert them into responsive HTML.
Responsive content online
Discover our Webviewer
The Page Lizard Webviewer is the modern way to deliver content online. Fully customised with your branding, the Webviewer is 100% HTML and works on all devices including phones and tablets.
Like the old Flash page-turners, you can publish print page replicas, but the real power of the Webviewer is to deliver responsive content to mobiles. The Webviewer works like an app – but at a fraction of the cost.
The people make all the difference
See what we do
Most clients will argue that it is the people which make Page Lizard different. Our USP is offering not just technology, but also the capability to help you deploy what you want, when you want and on budget. Thereafter we will keep everything up-to-date and on schedule for you.
Our team includes editors, designers, production, strategy, development and consultancy.
Create once – publish everywhere
Page Lizard is a mobile publishing platform which empowers content creators to author once and distribute across apps, webviewers, social and media channels. Just connect your in-house CMS to Page Lizard, upload your content or simply send us your pages and you can start publishing to mobile platforms and apps tomorrow.
Check-out our unique apps which can deliver issues, singles articles on a continuous publishing model, and let users personalise their content. No other provider offers so much.
Benefits for you
Why choose Page Lizard? We are honest, open and transparent. With 11 years in the digital publishing business, we value our reputation for integrity highly. We will only recommend solutions that are right for you and we have a wealth of experience to know what works and what doesn’t.
The majority of our clients choose both our mobile content platform and our publishing support services. We are flexible in what bits you do and what we do for you – you therefore know that you have total back-up and support whenever you need it.
Our costs are also calculated to deliver the best value for money we can, whilst offering a robust and stable platform.
Page Lizard’s guidance and advice clearly demonstrated their understanding of the print and digital publishing industries. Their flexible service options and transparent pricing packages were also attractive, allowing us to produce a high quality app on a relatively limited budget. The speed and quality of service has been fantastict.
I have found Page Lizard to be very helpful, open, flexible and pragmatic. No nasty surprises with costs… they have made a potentially complex process surprisingly straight forward.
Publish to native Apps or an online Webviewer
Work from PDF pages or digital feeds
Embed video and audio content
Full access to user analytics
Hosting and support
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