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Old 02-21-2014, 02:35 AM   #16
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The new epubtest.org site seems to indicate that the only application with some known official epub 3 support is VitalSource Bookshelf Desktop WIndows, though it is a desktop app.

If you find others, you should add to their test matrix. This site looks like it will be useful!

I agree with the Readium recommendation. That has official IDPF support, so it will be around for a while and is under active development.
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