Reviewing 1.10.5 Build 40382 (Dec 10, 2012)
Tried them all, this one is one of the poorest. If you like it, give a try to Adobe Digital Editions that looks almost exactingly the same, and offers the same lack of configuration. Hey, even CoolReader is better than this, at least you ca choose the backgound.
If you do however need a real ebook reader, jump to another league and give Calible a try.
Reviewing 1.10.1 Build 40262 (Jul 10, 2012)
The annoying thing about this program is that it insists on installing itself on your C drive. It ought to offerthe option of installing in a location decided by the user.
Reviewing 1.7.0 Build 32981 (Aug 20, 2011)
So I cannot purchase an eBook from Barns&Noble or Coles Book Store. I have to get it from Amazon in order for it to play in Kindle. Wow! No thanks. I'll stick to the paper books. Thanks.
Reviewing 1.4.1 Build 31629 (Feb 9, 2011)
Well with a world population of approximatly 6,898,700,000 8m suddenly seems a lot less! Barely 0.1% infact.
The US has about 308,745,538 residents so 8m is still only 2.5% roughly. That's hardly popular!
People hear the word million and get all over excited!!
This software is very amateurish at best. Take a look at Calibre and see what an ebook app should look like...
Reviewing 220.127.116.11482 (Jan 23, 2011)
So far the estimate is over 8 million Kindle readers have been sold. What exactly is your definition of "popular"?
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