Reading Ebooks

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  1. samarai

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    What software is used to read Ebooks on the Asus Transformer?
     
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    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.
     
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    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
     
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    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.
     
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    Aldiko is the best in my opinon

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    There 2 version in the Market the free one and the paid one,Is it worth paying for???
     
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    Yeah but I would run a google search for premium to "compare" the two

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    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.
     
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    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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