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Old 12-22-2009, 05:51 PM   #1
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Good Reader PDF reflow - That's pretty cool !

I just found out the app GoodReader can reflow text PDF documents and I read 2 300 page books on it without killing my eyes !

Hmmm, should I spend 400$ on an ebook reader that will do the same job ? *THINKING....*

Anyone else finding the IPOD good enough as a mobile *PDF* reader ?
Most bigger readers can't reflow well or support autocrop etc....

Help me save/spend my money
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Old 01-05-2010, 12:53 PM   #2
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I totally agree. Why spend the big bucks when you've already got a good reader in your pocket. Between Amazon's Kindle app, Stanza, and Good Reader, added to the PC apps of Stanza and Calibre, I can't see spending a couple hundred bucks on a dedicated ereader. The best part is that most of that software is free.
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After owning a very top of the range eInk reader for over a year (or was it two years ago when I got my iLiad? i forget!), I must say that this technology seems to be over-hyped (I know they would hang me for saying this on Mobile Read). Stanza + Calibre + iPhone (innovation + invention + technology) this is the best combination I have found for ereading. Good Reader is pretty good with its excellent ability to handle large pdfs but Stanza is what I use most. Now I seldom use my eInk device.

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