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Old 08-15-2014, 09:12 PM   #1
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Fbreader Now Syncs Reading Position

Welcome news for those of us who like Fbreader: it can now sync your reading position via Google Drive and a new service called "Fbreader Book Network". This is now built into Fbreader, not a separate app like FBSync. See
Google Play here
and Fbreader Book Network here.

I like the sync because it is automatic (as long as you have data or wifi connected). Moon+ lets you know that a new reading position is available and asks if you want to go to that position. Fbreader's new sync is more like Google Play's: automatic with no prompting.
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Old 08-19-2014, 10:03 AM   #2
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Hi - Do you happen to know if there a way to get FBreader to 'see' books already in your Google Drive - without having to add them 20mb at a time through the FBreader Library file upload page?

I have many more than 20mb and it is a pain having to drag and drop with that limitation. Is there perhaps a tool that can work to look at the directory contents either in drive or offline first and create the necessary file/index that the library uses?

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I don't know how to make Fbreader see Google Drive books. I'm only using it to sync my reading position. That's the feature I was waiting for Fbreader to implement.
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