Discussion in 'Asus TF101/SL101 Forum' started by samarai, Jun 14, 2011.
What software is used to read Ebooks on the Asus Transformer?
It depends on what kind of ebooks you want to read. There are apps from Kindle, Nook, Aldiko, Google all for reading different types of eBooks. Just look in the market.
I jet use the built in my library it support ePub and PDF,Also use the Zino app there are giving away a few free magazine this month
Thanks for the replies. I have found a piece of software that will change most of the ebook formats to whatever format I need. It is called "Calibre". It is free and after I play with it for a while I will report back here on it.
Aldiko is the best in my opinon
There 2 version in the Market the free one and the paid one,Is it worth paying for???
Yeah but I would run a google search for premium to "compare" the two
Aldiko is a great e-reader. The free and pay versions I believe are identical. I would encourage you to get the pay version though to support the developers. They have made a great app and work hard on updating it. Aldiko even has a store built-in now. It's only $1.99 I believe.
I use FBReader from the market, it's free. Works great for me, and has animated pages and, night and day mode.
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