New ereader app hits the iPad: iFlow
December 27, 2010 | 11:04 am
By Paul Biba
eBook Magazine is reporting on this ereader app. It’s been out for the iPhone for a while, but the iPad version is new:
A new ebook app combining a bookstore for new purchases with the ability to import titles purchased from any retailer which supports epub files protected Adobe DRM launched earlier this month for Apple’s iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
By mimicking the ‘buy anywhere, hear here’ approach of standalone ebook readers such as those from Sony, the free iFlow Reader app follows txtr and Bluefire in ending the segregation of books within vendor-specific apps.
iFlow also offers readers to look up words and phrases on Google, Wikipedia, or dictionary.com as well as integration with Facebook allowing the sharing of excerpts and comments via the social networking site
The iFlow website is here.