File Format: standard way of encoding information for storage in a computer.
E-book: An electronic book: it is a book publication in digital format and consists of both text and/ or images.
Synchronize: achieving and maintaining a coordination of events to maintain unison.
Customization: the use of computer aid manufacturing to achieve bespoke characteristic.
Multimedia: media and content that uses a combination of different content forms. Including: text, image, audio, animation, video and interactivity.
Interaction: the action when two or more objects or events have an effect upon one another.
Navigation: this is the process of controlling or monitoring the movement of an object from one place to another.
Search: to find an item with specific properties among a collection of items using a specific algorithm.
Annotation: This is a comment or explanation attached to text, image or other data.
Copy: this is to replicate or duplicate data.
Paste: refers to attaching data.
Export: This refers to distributing or spreading the data into other programs or systems.
Update: To modernize or bring to current date, data.
Reader: a person who is reading a text.
Publisher/ author: the person involved in the process of production of multimedia.
Technology: making, using, modifying and knowledge of tools; machines, techniques, crafts, systems and methods of organization in order to solve a problem or achieve a goal.
Cloud: computers connected through a real time communications network, such as the internet.
App: software created for specific purpose.
Electronic paper: display technologies designed to mimic the appearance of ordinary paper.
EPUB: Electronic publication (EPUB) is a free file format for digital publishing . It is designed to be compatible for particular display devices.
MOBI: File format for digital publishing, intended for reading and editing.
Page Oriented file format: file format for digital publishing based on the way in which a page is turned from normal viewing.
Platform: a framework on which applications may be run.
Re-flowable file format: this file format can adapt its document’s presentation to the output device.
Self-publishing: publication of media by author without involvement of third-party publishers.
Smartphone: a mobile phone built on mobile operating system with more advanced computing capability and connectivity than a regular feature phone.
Tablet: a mobile computer primarily operated by touching the screen.
Widget: a generic type of software application intended for one or more different software platforms.