Samsung plans to enter the Australian ebook market later this year with readers with screens from 5 inches to 10 inches, e-ink note-taking, Wi-Fi and support for Google Books.
on 03/15/2010 – Made popular on 03/15/2010
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.
No major e-book reader, including Kindle, Nook, or Google Books will work on my rooted Galaxy S4 phone. Each one fails in a different way. I regularly use Kindle and all the other ebook readers I mention on my android tablet, so I know that my accounts are functional. In fact, Kindle used to work on this phone until about 2 or 3 weeks ago.
I recently bought Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. This is an amazing tablet but I am missing only one feature. This is the Samsung eBook reader. Does anyone has any idea how do I get a working version of this eBook Application in my new tablet.
It appears that the sudden explosion of Ebook readers has exposed a real problem in the ebook industry that many of us in the regular tech world are quite familiar with. Namely, proprietary formats that lock you to one vendor (ie, Kindle and Amazon) and the multitude of formats, both open and ...
I want to create a book that have options like ebook readers but with a fixed text.
I tried to use textview but I don't know how to manage text to split it into pages.
Beside I like to have a page curl effect like google play books has.
Please give me some example if you can or the logic it should to be.
Thanks in advance.