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Old 09-15-2012, 02:36 PM   #16
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Device: Kobo Touch, Cybook Gen 3, Google Nexus7
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Originally Posted by leclospierre View Post
Hello John. On my Nexus 7 I am using Moon+ Reader Pro as my reader app - you can very simply link it directly to your Calibre Server. You can also download the Calibre App from Google Play but Moon+ gives a one-stop solution and as it reads a wide range of formats (including MOBI) frankly, you don't need anything else. Plus you can spend many happy hours twiddling with colours and font sizes and goodness knows what else - buy you probably don't need to.

Best of luck
Peter.
I have one or two books generated/converted to epub by Calibre. Strangely enough Mantano doesn't seem to be able to read them past the cover. They work fine on the Kobo, Moon+ can read them and has been mentioned on the Calibre part of the forum. Looks like I'll have to have a couple of readers to handle the different formats. Playing with the theme settings in Moon+ it appears I can have white text on a black background which is nice and high contrast.

Life continues.

Thanks for the input.

Cheerio John
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