Ebook desktop applications are best used for on-site usage. Such usage includes schools, training centers, libraries, etc. To export desktop apps, go to the export screen by clicking on Export in the header bar. In the left column, click on Export Web App. For many export formats including this one, you will find an option to add this ebook to Kotobee Cloud. For more information about the convenience of this feature, please refer to Understanding Cloud Ebooks. You export your ebook as a desktop application to one of three systems: Windows 32-bit, Windows 64-bit, and Macintosh. Despite the system, you must fill in Application Name field and add an optional application logo.
This format will run on all Windows machines including older ones. If you are targeting 64-bit Windows machines, exporting to Windows 64-bit may give a better performance and hence user experience. For larger coverage of your distribution, we advise to export to both formats. When exporting to Windows Desktop, you will be given a collection of files, including an executable (.exe) file named accordingly. You may add a Windows icon (.ico file) to provide better branding for your application. The ebook can be run by simply double-clicking on the executable file.
Exporting to Macintosh will you give you a .app bundle which you can compress and distribute to your Mac users. You may add a Mac icon (.icns file) to provide better branding for your application. The ebook can be run by simply double-clicking on the bundle app.
Note: If you are a windows user exporting a Mac app refer to this page for more details on permissions.