Posts tagged Aldiko eBook reader app
Bookish Now Has E-Reading Apps. Hooray?
February 18, 2013 | 1:30 pm
Earlier this month, I wrote about the launch of Bookish. At the time, their e-reading apps were "coming soon." And now they are here. Are we impressed? Not really. It's a bare bones e-reading app with nothing to recommend it. The Android version isn't bad. You can override publisher defaults to get some font and formatting choices. There is a night version, if you like that, and you can personalize both background and text colors. The layout on the page is serviceable but unexciting. I'd still say you're better off downloading the book and using Aldiko, which does work with Adobe...
Archos Arnova introduces its GBook eReader
October 3, 2012 | 8:19 pm
By Robert Nelson It appears as if Archos is getting ready to unleash another Arnova-branded tablet, although they're actually marketing this particular model as an e-reader. What exactly does that mean? According to a recent Liliputing post: The Arnova GBook may look like a 7 inch Android tablet… because it is. In other words, you can use it to watch videos, play games, or perform other activities, but the device has a relatively slow processor, doesn’t include access to the Google Play Store, and will probably sell for a much lower price than most Android tablets. Pricing hasn’t been set yet, but the Arnova...