dBelement bypasses the AppStore and releases revolutionary Reader app

February 27, 2010 in Books (E)

[prMac.com] Portland, Oregon - dBelement, LLC today is proud to announce Reader for the iPhone, Droid, iPad and virtually any modern mobile device. Reader by dBelement is the first of its kind offline eBook WebApp for the iPhone and iPod touch. There is no need to go to the AppStore, Reader bypasses the entire AppStore process and offers a revolutionary reading experience.

"My wife and I love to read at night. The "night-time mode" on Reader has saved my eyes. I just turn on Reader and set auto scroll for medium and read my book. It's almost like watching movie. I can't believe how many books I've finished thanks to Reader!" - Barry J. (Los Angeles, California)

Reader makes enjoying your books easy. From an organized bookshelf interface to the crisp fonts scientifically proven to speed up your reading:

* Reader lets you import your own books and it also has a built in Public Library so you'll never run out of books to read
* The colors are chosen to be easy on the eyes, so you can read for hours
* Reader has a built-in "night time" mode to make it easy to read books at night
* Quick bookmarks will let you jump back to exactly where you left off
* You can adjust the font size to your liking and use one touch scrolling to turn pages
* Set an auto scroll speed and your books will flow up just like movie credits. The auto scroll is a great feature for touch-free reading, it also trains your eyes to read at a constant pace
* Reader also has a built in dictionary so you can lookup words on the fly

Unlike AppStore apps you can try Reader for free. There is nothing to download or install. Reader is a revolutionary webapp that works completely offline. You can start adding and reading books within minutes. Navigate to the Reader App page to learn more.

dBelement is committed to providing you with practical apps for your daily life. With our apps you can track your finances, mange your daily to-do lists and catch-up on your reading, all on your iPhone. Copyright (C) 2010 dBelement, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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