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Android Apps that work well on eInk devices
#71  relativize 06-12-2019, 12:43 AM
File Manager from Flashlight + clock developer

Excellent file manager works very well and allows file transfer from the cloud, remotely on the local network or by ftp

Tested on my Boyue Likebook Mars
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#72  underscore 06-19-2019, 08:44 AM
onyx nova

applications that i installed from google play and are quite ok

andro search:
it's full indexing content of epub/pdf
pressreader:
so many world newspapers
pocket:
an application that i spread on all my devices, if i manage to find an interesting long read articles on the web, i save it for when i can read it on e-ink
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#73  Raphi'Elohim 07-06-2019, 12:37 AM
Quote mising
I have just started using Bookari (used to be Mantaro Reader) and really like it. It has a setting for e-ink compatibility in the settings that works really well. I picked it because it will sync between devices (at least the paid version does, but it is only $5) and has a good night mode (black background with white text) and supports epub3. I currently have an inkBook T61D and it runs flawlessly so your experience should be even better.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mantano.reader.android
I have the new Nook Glowlight plus 2 rooted. I have koreader on it and it works fine for pdfs. The launcher I use is ReLaunchX which works good enough.


Looks like I should put es file explorer on this thing to deal with the cache and I'm sure things like evernote and dropbox probably work well enough on this thing but I have not tried them.

One thing I found is bookari would be awesome, on it, except for the fact that 5% to 10% of the text was sliced , in the middle, with the latter half of a word downward sloped.

I was using one version behind the most brand new version of bookari , though , because I needed the pay for best version apk without using the google play store.

That is too bad too as that would make the Nook Glowlight 2 superior to the kindle oasis and Kobo Forma.
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#74  amin021023 08-15-2019, 10:26 PM
Hi, Does anybody know any good lightweight e-reader that supports highlighting and dictionary look-up while reading pdfs beside Koreader for e-ink?
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