Reading Apps

ibis Reader

Ibis Reader is probably the best online eReader around at the moment, allowing you to read all your DRM-free EPUB’s in any modern web browser on many different mobile devices, including Google Android and the Apple iPad/iPhone. Developed by Threepress Consulting, their EPUB reader is the next generation of the Bookworm project (now hosted at […]

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Stanza eBook reader for the iPhone and iPod Touch

If you are looking for a free eBook reader for your Apple iPhone or iPod Touch then you might want to try the new Stanza reader from Lexcycle. I don’t have an iPhone or iPod Touch myself so have no first-hand experience, but Feedbooks co-found Hadrien Gardeur, has made a post over on mobileread.com that […]

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Portable Reading: Turn your iPhone/iPod Touch into an eBook reader

Portable Reading offers a service to read books from a library of over 20,000 Gutenberg titles in dozens of languages. Readers can upload their own book and share it with friends. They can also communicate with each other and with authors by writing reviews and annotating individual pages with notes. The reading interface is customizable […]

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How to Convert an eBook to MP3

One of the easiest ways to start creating MP3 files of eBooks is to visit download TextAloud from NextUp. The product costs $29.95 but they do have a trial offer for you to try out. Then you will need a “voice”. Because I am British I use “Graham” from Acapela. Voices from this manufacturer cost […]

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yBook Reader: A Review

Good non-clunky free e-book readers available NOW Regarding the clunkiness or otherwise of e-book readers, I was absolutely delighted when I tried yBook, as mentioned in the George Davis article in the PG Newletter of 13 June 2007. You can tailor it to your own preferences in typeface, font size, type colour, background colour and […]

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Scrollbox online library and e-reader

Scrollbox.org is an online library and e-reader. It’s designed to be a simple way of reading eBooks on computers and phones with internet access. It uses no images or video so pages load quickly, and allows users to upload books for their own use. Scrollbox remembers what you were reading last time you visited and […]

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Apps for Reading PG eBooks Offline

Project Gutenberg is a web-based electronic re-publisher of (primarily) public domain works. Being web-based, most of the eBooks in the collection are readable in a web browser, either on-line or off-line, regardless of computer operating systems. While on-line reading is possible, most users download the eBooks for reading off-line. It is safe to say that […]

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ReadPal: Clutter Free Reading

ReadPal allows you to read PG texts a lot faster, more comfortably and with less glare.You no longer have to print a book to read it with ease and speed. It is completely free for personal use. Visit readpal.com to download.   For your reading pleasure ReadPal is also pre-bundled with a dozen popular PG […]

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