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Old 01-11-2013, 07:04 AM   #47
murraypaul
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Originally Posted by Tacty View Post
ok...you put some video file into say oplayer hd. file wont work, or it dont look good. you want to try it in say av player hd. you have to go back to computer, transfer the same file into avplayer either through wifi, or if app doesnt have wifi transfer through usb. the same with ebooks. if some books arent looking good, or yoy are not satisfied how it handles say some epub, you have to repeat same process again.
Yes, this is true.
One workaround is to store all your books in a central app, such as Goodreader, and Open In to the app you want to use, but it is a workaround, there is no central file storage in iOS.

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and whatever third party apps you have, apple apps will always be Default apps for that kind of files and you cant change that...
That has no relevance to reading. If you try to open an epub from Safari, for example, it will offer 'Open in iBooks' and 'Open in...'. The second option will give you a list of all installed apps which have registered epub as a handled file-type. You are not forced to use iBooks.
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