|05-20-2013, 09:10 AM||#376|
Join Date: Jan 2012
Device: Sony T1, Nexus-7
The real strength of it is being able to sync from either dropbox or google drive.
|06-25-2013, 04:28 PM||#377|
Join Date: Jan 2013
Device: Sony PRS-950, Galaxy Tab 2 10.1
If the list is still being updated, someone might want to add Komik to the comic reader section. I use it alongside the paid version of ComicRack and both are excellent readers.
|07-07-2013, 07:07 AM||#378|
Join Date: Jul 2013
I've discovered PocketBook reader recently https://play.google.com/store/apps/d....obreey.reader.
It is a good alternative to Aldiko,Montano and Coolreader. It supports PDF,EPUB,FB2,TXT,DjVu formats and it also supports Adobe DRM.
|09-30-2013, 04:40 PM||#379|
Join Date: Mar 2013
Device: KoboGlo, Sony PRS-300, Sony PRS-900 and Samsung Note 10.1 .
I had an Sony Reader PRS-300, Sony PRS-900, Kobo Glo and tested Kindles 1 and 2.
But chose Samsung Note 10.1 because I have a lot of PDFs and wanted a larger screen with a pen, I did not like even an eight inches screen withe better resolution.
I want an app that can read PDF and EPUB, be possible to highlight and export it to a file. Another thing is the possibility to use my Spen to draw and export.
I am still on my quest and wanted to share some thoughts and exchange experiences.
This past week I tested over 60 apps, almost all of "Google Play".
I found some interesting apps:
-Laban PDF Reader:
You only can:
1- select the text and do line through or copy to the clipboard;
2- Change the view: landscape or portrait;
3- One linking option that I didn't figure it out;
4- Search for a word;
5- Choose the page.
This one is very fast and smooth but lacks a lot of features.
-Laban Book Reader:
It is a nice app that opens .epub, .prc, .mobi.
I did not explored because I could not figure out how to change to english.
-EbookDroid is very nice, fast.
Can highlight, draw but only exports a png as epub.
Beautiful layout, one of the best.
Exports to xhtml with the highlighted used (4 options).
I miss is the draw function and another dictionary because it only work with the paid Abby, if it had those options, it would be a no-brainer.
The paid ones:
I could not test the highlight and how it exports.
It has a nice layout, is fast, but it was not possible to test the highlight and how it exports.
I liked it but it should have a trial version, I do not know how it works with PDF and how is the draw and export features.
-The EzPDF Reader:
Very nice, has the draw function but only exports as a .xfdf file. But only works with Pdf as expected.
Since I did not buy a paid app, my two choices are EbookDroid and PocketBook Reader.
Can someone indicate some review or video showing the highlight and export features of the paid ones?
|10-05-2013, 10:26 PM||#380|
Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: Bensalem, PA
Device: Kindle Paperwhite, nook Simple Touch, Apple iPad 2, Nexus 10
It's all about the metadata
You can add metadata to your comics using the excellent ComicTagger app:
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