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Old 03-08-2020, 12:57 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by markus98 View Post
I would love to be able to access my Calibre library on my phone. I do not need access to the Calibre books itself, but I care about the book library management.

Is there a way to access the Calibre library on my Android phone?

I have custom columns (read status, finished reading date) and would like to access those as well - not sure if there is any chance to get access of all of that on Android.

Any options you are aware of I could try?
If you leave Calibre Content server running (and you set up port forwarding), The latest versions allow editing the metadata on the server using a standard browser app (standard on almost any OS).
IMHO tiny screens are the limitations
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