HelpIQ Releases Mobile and Tablet Feature

HelpIQ-logoHelpIQ,  a cloud-based tool for creating and managing online help documentation, recently launched HelpIQ Touch. With HelpIQ Touch companies can deliver online documentation to smartphones and tablets. Powered by HTML5/CSS3, the user experience looks and feels like a native app right in the device’s web browser.

Single-source publishing allows content to be viewed on computers, smartphones, and tablets without any extra work. HelpIQ automatically detects the device and delivers the appropriate display. Large images are resized to fit smaller screens and layouts switch from landscape to portrait instantly.

The revolutionary theme builder allows companies to customize their documentation site to match any color scheme. A company can change the colors of the toolbar, icons, buttons, and more to match its brand. HelpIQ’s name is never mentioned and there is no way for anyone to know a company is using HelpIQ.

The same table of contents created for the desktop also works on mobile and tablet devices with no extra work. The touch-friendly table of contents makes it easy to browse and locate help topics. Toggle to a keyword index to browse for pages by keyword. And a powerful search feature allows users to quickly search the documentation.

Being 100% web-based means there is nothing to download or install because it runs on the device’s web browser. HelpIQ Touch works on iOS, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows Phone, and on devices such as iPad, iPhone, BlackBerry, Lumia, Kindle Fire, Nexus, Galaxy, HTC, and many more.

To sign up for a free 30-day trial, visit www.helpiq.com.

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