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Reading in your format <br>The PocketBook Reader reading app allows you to read comfortably, ad-free and absolutely free of charge on iOS devices, not only online but also without connecting to the Internet. The app supports all popular e-book formats, such as PDF (Adobe DRM), EPUB (Adobe DRM), DjVu, FB2, FB2.zip, MOBI, DOCX, RTF, TXT, CHM, HTML (basic), CBZ, CBR, CBT.<br><br>Audiobooks and Text-to-Speech <br>For readers who not only like to read ebooks, but also like to listen, the app supports audiobooks in all formats (mp3 and m4b). It also has a Text-to-Speech function. The sleep timer will turn off the audiobook automatically – so it will save the battery life of your smartphone. You can also take notes in chapters and change the speed of listening. <br><br>Virtual library in your pocket <br>The PocketBook Reader app is your personal virtual library in which you can read ebooks with many additional features. The reading app provides access to network directories (OPDS) and supports Adobe DRM. The ability to open a packed book saves your time. The reading app also offers a convenient search in books.<br><br>Maximum comfort of reading <br>The free PocketBook Cloud service syncs personal ebook libraries and reading settings between mobile devices, as well as E Ink ereaders online. Get the free storage for ebooks for comfortable reading in any format. Start reading an ebook on your smartphone and continue reading on the ereader at the same reading position. To log into the PocketBook Cloud, it is sufficient to use the login data (email address and password) of the account of your bookstore. If you’ve purchased ebooks on Google Books, you can sync them to your library by just one click. The integrated Dropbox service syncs your collected ebooks and provides a quick access to your files.<br><br>Database of personal knowledge <br>The PocketBook Reader app helps to write down and remember the most important you take out of a book. Highlight directly in the text, write comments and take notes with your fingers! Mark pages using bookmarks! Export notes to a separate file and send them by e-mail. The navigation inside the book is easy, the access to content and notes straightforward. Those who read large PDF or DJVU files will appreciate the cropping function. The PDF reflow feature allows you to easily reformat the text for display on small screens.<br><br>Assign, choose & personalize <br>Take advantage of the versatility of the reading settings of your reading app - change font size, text and background colour, customize the width of fields and much more. For most of the book formats, four basic colour themes are preset: night, day, user and newspaper. Also, the app has three reading modes: one page, two pages and scrolling. The pages can be scrolled by touching or gestures. Even automatic scrolling can be set.
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I have used many epub readers. They are either far too complex and convoluted (MoonReader), or lacking essential tools such as highlighting or bookmarking. PocketBook Reader has all the essential features but not so many as to be confusing and make it difficult to use. It is the only epub reader I have felt deserving of use. Biggest problem: I can find no way to easily locate a set bookmark if losing track of where it is. Flipping through Page after page trying to find a lost bookmark is not time conservative or user friendly. Would like to see this fixed... or a more obvious way to do so if such feature already exists.
The problem is not with sharing from other apps to Pocketbook. The problem occurs when I try to share a book from inside of Pocketbook to other apps like Files or iBooks or Send to Kindle. If you swipe left on a downloaded book inside Pocketbook app and try to use the sharesheet for sending the book to Files or Kindle or iBooks it doesn’t work. Update Answer: No it doesn’t work. After clicking more, try tapping one of these- Files, Send to Kindle or iBooks. Nothing happens. It used to work fine before the recent update. I like this app. The most recent update broke the sharesheet functionality. To reproduce, swipe left on the list of downloaded books, tap share button, tap open in, try to use files, kindle or iBooks. Nothing works. Please fix this. I am on iPhone 6.
I used to love reading my books off of this app, which was a lot because I’m an absolute book nerd. However, I noticed that after a recent update that it doesn’t open up my ebooks properly anymore. I was in the middle of an ebook, but after the update it fails to load. Instead it just shows a white screen with a little green book that just keeps turning pages over and over again. I’ve waited for long periods of time while on that screen to see if there was just difficulty loading the ebook, but that isn’t the case. Please please please tell me how to fix this if it’s a problem on my end!!! I’ve used this app for ages on all sorts of devices and I’ve never had a problem with it before now.
I was initially impressed by the application - mainly due to the UI - my initial review is attached. Unfortunately it is getting worse - some books take ages to display if at all. OPDS is not working - and I gave their support access to my calibre server to test but never heard them (but other readers work with it and so does a browser). It slowly gets unusable. ———————- original review But I The name is nostalgic reminder of popular reader more than 15 years ago. The UI is innovative and good. The layout of the books is very good. I would recomment adding a sellection of fonts. So far I did play only with epub books but I plan to check some more. The Library support appears to be multilingual but I could not find a language selector. Also I could not access my home OPDS server (that I can access in Kybook).
Fails to offer what I want: a premium eBooks store that supports Text to Speech (TTS). However, it seems workable for imported visual reading. The embedded dictionary also works. Also, offering The Lost World by A.C. Doyle (1995) free with the app is generous. Starting TTS is a little obtuse, requiring a longpress on the text to start, but it works quite well. The bookstore is still down after trying multiple times this week. To the developer: I would suggest not including broken features in the app including 'ReadRate' in the upper right corner in read view, and an unreliable bookstore. These additions can make the entire app appear broken to a newcomer.
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PocketBook Reader is ranking in Books & Education
Last update was at Oct 19, 2019and the current version is 3.4.
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PocketBook Reader have a 729a user reviews.
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