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Old 09-07-2012, 11:35 AM   #358
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Device: Kindle keyboard, Nook Color, Kobo
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Originally Posted by ireactions View Post
Aldiko Reader shows your most recently read books at the bottom of its home screen. And you can turn off the page transitions. It's good with ePubs but didn't work well with PDFs.

Margins are also adjustable.

http://www.aldiko.com/
Unfortunately, Aldiko doesn't show italics. That gets annoying, too! And in the free version, you can't make notes. It's a lovely interface, but that's about all.
I use Moon+ as my independent reader, and just bought the paid version.
http://is.gd/5coSce
But I would really like to use the others occasionally, instead of them being useless apps because of the wide margins. I need the Kindle app for the free books they offer from time to time and because I review, and I get books sent there, but I have to convert to epub and read the book somewhere else, which is a pain.
So if anyone knows how to make the margins in the Kindle app bearable, I'd love to know!
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