October 17, 2009 in Books (E)
[prMac.com] Odessa, Ukraine - Today Readdle announces the immediate availability of BookReader, a stylish e-book reader iPhone application, that lets people read digital books from their collections like the paper ones. BookReader opens TXT, FB2, RTF, EPUB, HTML, and PDF e-books without DRM protection that could be copied from reader's computer to the iPhone over Wi-Fi, 3G and USB as well as searches and downloads books from Proect Gutenberg.
BookReader has number of small handy functions like animated page flipping, night mode for reading in the dark, locking book orientation and adjustable text size. It also provides everything that people need to quickly navigate through the book: configurable bookmarks, full text search and fast scroll slider. It's very natural to read e-books with BookReader.
"We've seen stylish and intuitive readers for the classics books, as well as for project Gutenberg collection. BookReader extends this realistic reading experience to your own e-book library. By the way, Project Gutenberg is also supported," - explains Alexander Tyagulsky, Readdle CMO.
BookReader is designed to work with non DRM protected e-books in TXT, FB2, RTF, HTML, EPUB and PDF formats. eReader, iSilo, MobiPocket, Kindle, Plucker e-books are not supported. Also, people who don't have wireless connection between their Mac or PC and iPhone could transfer their e-book to BookReader using USB cable and ReaddleWire software available at Readdle's web site.
Pricing and Availability:
BookReader 1.0 is available exclusively on the Apple App Store at $4.99 (USD). The application is compatible with iPhone and iPod Touch running iPhone OS 3.0 and later.
Founded in 2007, Readdle aims to provide iPhone and iPod Touch users with high quality applications that are missing in a standard application set. Flagship offerings are ReaddleDocs - a complete document and file management solution for the iPhone and iPod Touch; Take A Note - a versatile note taking application with direct access to notes from a PC or Mac computer using Wi-Fi. Copyright 2007-2009 Readdle. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.