I am currently using Aldiko ebook reader app. I like it because it allows me to import pdf ebooks that have been downloaded to my phone from different websites, and organize the books with tags. I also like the options that it gives you like list view or shelf view.
You might ask, we already got at least 10 different book readers in the android world, why another one? Well, here is thing, among all those 10 different book readers, I just can't find one that really suits me, so I decided to build my own, and here we are
Is there an ebook reader app that will let me synch my books (imported books) across all my devices (phones and tablets)? I tried Kobo, but it doesn't seem to synch ebooks that I've imported. I think it only synchs books that are purchased.
Hello a;;, I am looking for a Reader apps that has integrated parts for Books, Magazines and News (something similar with Samsung's Reader's Hub - that has ebook Reader, Zinio and Pulse news integrated). I am looking for something similar.
I have searched, and searched... but no success so far. Maybe you can point out a direction....
Thanks in advance!
Calibre 1.26, an eBook reader and management software developed for multiple platforms, including Linux, is now available for download and features more improvements for the book editor. Calibre used to be just an eBook reader that was also capable of transforming eBooks from one format to another, but the application received a massive amount of improvements in the past year.
Version 0.9.7 of the Ebook reader and management software Calibre was announced on November 23, marking an important milestone for this amazing software. If you have an e-book reader, the Calibre software is a must-have. It does so many things for the avid reader, that it would take a lot of time to just enumerate all the features.