Libris eBook reader 2.0
Description by Hillbilly Interactive Ltd
The Libris eBook reader turns your mobile into an eBook reader. Its clean interface and crisp anti-aliased fonts make reading on your mobile a pleasure!
Libris reads books in PalmDoc, unsecure eReader, plain text, and our own Libris formats. Books in PalmDoc and eReader format are available from www.fictionwise.com (and other places), or you can produce your own books in Libris format using the included MakeLibris tool. Its easy to convert books with MakeLibris from sources such as Project Gutenberg.
- easy to read anti-aliased fonts
- portrait or landscape text orientation
- dictionary access for word definitions
- international characters (ISO Latin 1)
- table of contents
- Information screen with reading timer
- single key access to main features
- menu system (access with * or soft key)
- quick paging with next page rendered while you read
- auto recall of current page on launch
- built-in help
- certified by Java Verified
Libris has the following minimum device requirements:
- MIDP 2.0
- CLDC 1.0
- 800K java heap
- screen size of 176x220 (or larger)
- JSR 75 (to open external book files)
- Bluetooth or USB connectivity
This TRIAL version allows you to read one book (included). All features are available except for opening books. A complete trial package including manual and MakeLibris tool can be downloaded for free at http://www.hillbillyinteractive.com/TryLibris.aspx.
The FULL version allows opening book files from device file system for devices with JSR 75 support. If your mobile includes the ability to play MP3's or has a removeable memory card (microSD, etc) it likely has JSR 75 support. For other devices, you can easily embed the desired book in the Libris application MakeLibris. The full version has passed Java Verified certification testing.
Additional information and user manual available at http://www.hillbillyinteractive.com.
Reviews and Comments
this software very usefull
Really nice ebook reader. Quite a few on here, but this is the only one I've tried out and it seems to work pretty well.