Discussion in 'Android Tablet Usage, Tips & Tricks' started by Spider, May 26, 2012.
You are right Denny that google reader is one of the coolest online eBook Reader App.
First you transfer book from disc to SD card then insert that SD card in to android tablet there just copy and paste and enjoy reading.
It's great list of eBook reader applications for android. I have never used any one of them. Reading features of all that apps so want to try Kobo. Thank you so much for share amazing list of Android eBook apps.
@tuppymob your post is now here: http://www.androidtablets.net/forum...-cannot-get-any-reader-open-after-update.html
I use another app that has been very helpful to me Moon+ Reader Pro. I am using it for long times - maybe a year. Here is a short description: New designed book reader with powerful controls & full functions, supports epub, pdf, mobi, chm, cbr, cbz, umd, fb2, txt, html, rar, zip or OPDS format. This application comes with free books and has extremely useful functions full visual options, Lots of themes, multi touch screen supported and you can change anything to make the reading very pleasant. Source: Top 10 Apps of the Month
Try firstly the free version - I know that you will upgrade to the Pro version
All the listed apps are fantastic eBook reader apps. Currently i am using Google Books.
Thank you for share this list.
I used Aldiko for a while. Never was all that fond of it. Tried Moon+ and liked it much more. When Moon+ Pro went on sale last month, I bought it. Now I can share my ebook library via DropBox and synchronize my reading between each of my three Android devices. Loving it
As for Kindle and such: Got burned with Nook. Have no intention of "buying" a DRM'd ebook ever again.
I have one of the Android tablets,not used to its total functions as yet like ebooks, txt,pdf,html,epub,lrc ..so any advice greatly appreciated
I love to read, with this link helped me so. thank you
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