View Full Version : Promote FBReader to visibility?


rsperberg
12-06-2005, 12:52 PM
In the E-Book Reader section, you have:

Other Readers (x Viewing)
e.g. AvantGo, TomeRaider, MobiPocket, MS Reader, RepliGo, HandStory, µBook.

Given the remarkable capabilities of FBReader, especially on the Nokia 770, I suggest that you at least add FBReader to your list of "other" readers so that information about it is more readily found.

I realize there aren't as many U.S. users and English-speaking users of this program as there are Mobipocket or MS Reader, but it is one of only two e-book reading programs for Linux (Plucker GTK+ is the other).

Hope this makes sense to you. Of course, we will continue to cover FBReader at Internet Tablet Talk (http://internettablettalk.com/blog/), but the e-book readers there are obviously only one among many applications.

Alexander Turcic
12-07-2005, 03:55 AM
Thanks for the suggestion, Roger. You are of course completely right, FBReader deserves its dedicated section considering how it's being actively developed and the first of its kind optimized for a "new breed" of handheld devices.

rsperberg
12-08-2005, 11:52 AM
Thanks!

As I noted over at Teleread (http://www.teleread.org/blog/?p=3315), I think that the Nokia 770 (and derivative tablets coming after it) could/will start the movement that puts e-books front and center in handheld uses.

And FBReader will have a lot to do with it. Hope Nicolay and Misha get highlighting and bookmarks added soon, for that.

-- Roger