Lucidpress

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Lucidpress - Online Print & Digital Publishing Software
Lucidpress logo small.png
Developer(s) Lucid Software
License Free Subscriptions
Website www.lucidpress.com

Lucidpress is a web-based page layout software application produced by Lucid Software Inc. Built on web standards such as HTML5 and JavaScript, Lucidpress is supported in all modern web browsers like Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Internet Explorer 8+.

History[edit]

In October 2013, Lucid Software Inc., a startup based in Salt Lake City, Utah, first announced its Lucidpress page layout platform as a public beta version.[1] Following this release, Lucidpress was featured in Techcrunch and PC World, with Techcrunch noting: "I had a chance to test the app before its launch and it is indeed very easy to use. If you’ve ever used a desktop publishing app in the past, you’ll feel right at home with Lucidpress, as it features the same kind of standard top-bar menu and layout options as most other publishing apps. In terms of features, it can also hold its own against similar desktop-based apps."[1][2]

In October 2013, Lucidpress became available in the Google Apps Marketplace.[3]

Features[edit]

Lucidpress includes 75 templates for creating paper or digital newsletters, brochures, annual reports, flyers, pamphlets, etc. Also included are collaboration features: document sharing, real-time chat. Lucidpress can be used to create printed or digital campaigns.

Integration[edit]

Lucidpress is fully integrated with Google Drive and Google Apps. You can import images from Flickr, Facebook and Dropbox.

Lucidpress' integration with Google Apps is, as of 10/25/2013, the top productivity app in the Google Apps marketplace.[4]

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