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Old 02-21-2014, 03:40 AM   #10
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Join Date: Nov 2013
Location: Palo Alto, California Usono
Device: Kobo Arc and Aura HD, Kindle Keyboard, and DX
I chose MoonReader, but really I can't see a heckuva lot of difference between the 10 or so reader applications that I use. (MoonReader, Kindle, Readmill, Kobo, Google Play, Acrobat, Pocket, Firefox, FBReader, OfficeSuite).

What gripes me is that most of them want the books in a certain directory of their own, and it is not easy to organize books into categories. I really miss the file management capabilities of the desktop computer.

And they all have different interfaces and conventions - this is like the usability hell of personal computers decades ago.

On the plus side: Acrobat is excellent for PDF files. Kobo Reader has a nice system of Collections. OfficeSuite has the capability of jumping around the file system easily.
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