Add interactive elements and gamification to your book to make it a true learning system, more interesting , and capture attention of readers for longer spans.


PUBNiTO Interactive lets you add a variety of assessments at different places in order to keep the readers engaged and assessed.


Create audio, video assets, or presentations,  and make them interactive by placing hotspots and get the readers focussed.

Embed it

Build your interactive module and then simply get the code and embed it into your book inside PUBNiTO Studio.

Dialog Cards

Create Text-Based Turning Cards

Drag and Drop

Create Drag and Drop Tasks With Images

Drag the Words

Create Text-Based Drag and Drop Tasks

Fill in the Blanks

Create a Task With Missing Words in a Text

Mark the Words

Create a Task Where Users Highlight Words

Multiple Choice

Create Flexible Multiple Choice Questions

Quiz (Question Set)

Create a Sequence of Various Question Types

Single Choice Set

Create Questions With One Correct Answer

True/False Question

Create True/False Questions

Appears in

Create Video Conferencing in Presentations


Upload an Audio Recording

Course Presentation

Create a Presentation With Interactive Slides

Documentation Tool

Create a Form Wizard With Text Export

Image Hotspots

Create an Image With Multiple Info Spots

Interactive Video

Create Videos Enriched With Interactions


Create Tasks With a List of Statements

Twitter User Feed

Show Your Twitter Feed

Realize, Create & Embed in Your Book

PUBNiTO Interactive is one of our many tools to help you build attractive and live books. We are providing a number of key tools in a number of languages (Left to Right and Right to Left) in our publishing suite for you to use.

We believe authors are best suited to pick and choose the best tools for their books. Therefore, PUBNiTO lets you add any other interactive asset that you already posses, or finding attractive in your surfs.

You can embed PUBNiTO Interactive contents either as iframe codes or html5 files. While the former requires connection to internet to be available when the book is read, the latter is ideal for offline access.