03-09-2012 09:32 AM
Hello I brand new to this forum, I have just taken delivery of this lovely tablet and wonder if I can ask a few questions. Coz I’m really egger to get going. What is the eReader supplied with the tablet? I have added four books to the reader and on the “Shelf 1” are the four books, one facing forward and three sideways on. Is there a way to have them all facing forward? How do you move a book to another shelf? Would it be better to download another eReader like “Aldiko”? I have just started buy Adobe Software eBooks to read I can download them as either ePub or PDF books, being new to this I have been downloading them as ePub thinking they are a much smaller file sizes. Is this correct, does anyone know please? I see a few people like ezPDF app. So do I keep supplied Reader, go for ePub or PDF? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Also the site titles and everything are in German but I selected "Support in other languages" = ENGLISH. Have I done something wrong SillyOldDuffer
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03-09-2012 03:31 PM
If you press and hold on a cover, you can then slide it to a different shelf. With three titles on a shelf, I see the covers displayed facing me; otherwise I see spines or a partially-rotated view.
A couple advantages of the ePub format are: 1) the document will re-flow if you adjust the font size or rotate your tablet, 2) the font type and size can be modified.
As far as ePub readers go, the supplied app works tolerably well. I loaded a few novels that I had formatted for clients and the reading experience was OK. I still prefer to read narrative prose on an eInk device, such as a Kindle or Kobo.
03-10-2012 07:49 AM
Thank you for your advice. Now placed the books where I want them. Great, Dont suppose you know where I could find any instructions for this reade?. When I read my book and go back again later to it it dont stay on the same page but goes back to the start. Thank you.
03-11-2012 04:01 AM
03-11-2012 09:05 AM
Having used both Adobe e-books and Kindle editions, I have to say that Kindle is so much easier to use that I'd prefer never seeing another Adobe edition. And the implementation of the Kindle reader on this tablet is phenomenal.