July 9, 2012 in Books (E)
[prMac.com] Krasnoyarsk, Russia - Announcing that Andrey Snetkov, the developer of iBouquiniste, has released the latest update for iPad users. iBouquiniste 1.2 now includes a new table of contents, recognition of italic and bold print, and full support for the iPad's innovative retina display. iBouquiniste 1.2 features an easy to use UI, and clean display that is uncluttered by unnecessary settings and controls. It is currently the only iPad book reader that supports the FB2 book format, while giving users complete control over the display settings of their books.
Readers who like their ebooks to feel more like a traditional book have more control over the appearance of their books than they would have with other reader apps. Users can now change the font face and text, margins, paragraph indentation and even paper type. Rather than the sepia tones offered by most apps, iBouquiniste users can opt for realistic paper pages complete with page numbering.
iBouquiniste 1.2 Features Include:
* Full support for iPad retina display
* Supports notes
* Send books by email
* Unique Author Library (each author on their own bookshelf)
* View most recently opened books in the order you opened them
* Real page numbers
* Adjustable fonts, spacing, margins, book paper and more
* Download books via iTunes or any iPad app supporting file transfer (i.e. Mail or Safari)
While some iPad book readers leave users searching through their library to find the book they want, iBouquiniste 1.2 offers several options to help avid readers find what they're looking for quickly, no matter how many books are in their collection. The standard table of contents lets users scan their entire library to find a book to read. Since that's not always practical for larger collections, the developer has added a Favorites Library and a unique Author's Library to help users narrow their search dramatically.
The Author's Library sorts books by author. Each writer is prominently displayed on their own attractive bookshelf, with all of their works currently in the library. Users can simply peruse the shelves for the author they're looking for and select a book to read.
The Favorites Library is perfect for users who want to finish a book they've started then put down; especially if they can't remember the name of the book or the author. In the Favorites Library users can see the last 12 books they've opened, displayed in the order they were opened. Thanks to iBouquiniste 1.2, users can now share their favorite ebooks with friends and family. Most other reader apps have no provisions for sharing, but iBouquiniste lets readers send books via email.
* Compatible with iPad
* Requires iPhone OS 5.0 or later
* 4.7 MB
Pricing and Availability:
iBouquiniste 1.2 is only $1.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Books category. For users who would like to try this app before buying it, a Lite version of iBouquiniste is available for free. It has all of the same features as the paid version, but is supported by on-screen ads. Promo codes are available for qualified reviewers. Please specify the website or blog you represent when making your request.
Andrey Snetkov is an independent app developer with a passion for reading. A gap in the ebook reader section of the App Store has led him to turn his passion into a new and innovative app for avid readers who want to keep all of their favorite books at their fingertips. Copyright (C) 2012 Mobile-App-Marketing-Makeover. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.