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Old 01-23-2008, 10:05 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by Liviu_5 View Post
Unless it's jailbroken I have easily 1 Gb of pdf's on my iTouch; you just need to install and tinker a little bit with Apache (or other alternatives to be able to use Safari to see the files on the iPhone) following clear googled instructions and you can use iPhone Browser to transfer files from Windows.

I hope too that once the SDK is released you could do everything directly and officially and either Fbreader will be ported or Books.app improved
I remember something about future Books.app improvements. I think that the lead developer said on Teleread that he was considering adding epub support.

If someone could use Safari to take care of the HTML+CSS and work on supporting metadata/TOC, it should be possible to create a very good epub reader on the iPhone.
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