dBelement Reader has been available for the iPhone and iPod Touch for some time. Now the developers have announced a new version that has been optimized for the iPad's larger screen.
All versions of dBelement Reader allow you to add your own documents and books. You can add news articles, essays, or ebooks from your computer right into Reader using the BookManager. If you know how to copy and paste then you know how to import books into Reader. To do so, you need to have a book that is readable on a PC or Macintosh or visit a web site, then go to the dBelement Reader web site and upload the book there. The web site will then convert the file to a format suitable for the dBelement Reader and make it available to the iPhone or iPad. You can watch a video of that process by clicking on the image below:
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The dBelement Reader also features the following:
- The colors are chosen to be easy on the eyes, so you can read for hours.
- The 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.
For more information, look at http://dbelement.com