Does 3D Issue offer hosting?

For your Flipbooks to be available online as web links they will need to be hosted on a server. Our online platform allows you to host your Flipbooks on our cloud servers, you can even mask the domain to make it appear as your own sub-domain. Our desktop software allows you to upload your Flipbooks to your own server or host them on our cloud servers. There is no limit on the number of Flipbooks that you can upload to your own server through our desktop software.


3D Issue’s cloud servers make use of Amazon’s S3 Web Servers, their reliability is very high. Amazon Web Services own our data centers in the US, although we operate them.

The service was designed for 99.99% availability

Cloud hosting is already packaged into our Professional and Enterprise subscription plans. With a Professional subscription you can host up to 50 GBs of Flipbooks on our cloud servers through our online platform or the desktop software. If you need more storage an Enterprise subscription will allow you to host up to 250 GBs of Flipbooks.


In addition, you will receive access to our user login feature where you can password-protect your Flipbooks. When enabled your readers will be prompted for their username and password before gaining access to the document. Below is a short list of reasons why many of our customers choose to use cloud hosting.

  • They don’t have their own server for hosting
  • No additional costs for hosting on our cloud servers
  • Best hosting option available through Amazon’s Web Services
  • Cloud hosting is already set up and ready to go for you
  • User login feature available for confidential documents

Pricing Information

Let us know if there is anything you are unsure about or if you have any questions on cloud hosting from 3D Issue. We are more than happy to discuss this in-depth with you if you want to call our offices at the number below or email us at

US: (718) 569 6212
Opening Hours: 4:00 AM – 4:30 PM (EST)

Updated on September 9, 2020

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