|10-17-2011, 08:00 AM||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Sacramento, CA
Device: Samsung Galaxy s3 (Android 4.4.2), iPad 2, Win10 laptop
iOS reader that uses Calibre server?
Can anyone recommend a decent reader for iOS (I have an iPod Touch) that uses Calibre's server as Stanza (RIP) did? I do currently have iBooks, Bluefire, Tomes, and Kindle apps in my collection.
|10-17-2011, 08:26 AM||#3|
Join Date: Nov 2008
Device: Sony PRS-950, iphone/ipad (Marvin/iBooks/QuickReader)
There is also the eBook Search app (by the author of MegaReader/QuickReader) that allows you to browse and OPDS catalog and then transfer books into any iOS app that has registered itself for the file type. This allows transfer into programs that are not otherwise OPDS enabled such as iBooks, BlueFire, GoodReader and Kindle readers (and probably others as well). It is free (with in-app purchase to remove ads) so is well worth trying.
Finally if you access the HTML versions of the catalog using Safari then when you click on a download link Safari will offer to transfer the file in a similar manner to the eBook Search app mentioned above.
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