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KaiReader

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Price: Free

Rating: 3.25/5 (16 votes)

Description

Kai Reader aka KaiReader is an E-Book reader that supports EPUB and PDF files. It is designed to have simple interface. It has useful functions like searching, bookmarking, changing fonts and text size. Users can organise books into manageable groups. You can also access books shared by others through Dropbox.

Features:Books can be added in 3 ways:1. Files added to Download folder2. From other public domain sites like Gutenberg, FeedBooks, etc3. From KaiReader depository (Free books)? Dropbox synchronisation and sharing? PDF Reader? PDF with Reflow mode? EPUB Reader? E-Book reader with clean looks? Supported format: EPUB and PDF? Ability to download EPUB and PDF files from public E-Book sites? Post messages to Facebook to inform others what book you're currently reading? Customisable fonts, text sizes, colours including night mode? Searching and bookmarking functions? Support Table of Contents which allows users to quickly navigate to sections of the book? Remembers where you last left off the book? History of books read? Filters/search books by title, author or subject? Sort books by title, author or entry order? Easy import of EPUB and PDF files by automatically scanning for .epub and .pdf files? Organise books into groups for easier retrieval

Compared to other E-Book readers like FBreader, Cool Reader, Mantano, Moon Reader, Aldiko or Kobo, KaiReader has much simpler interface. Unlike some book readers that requires you to log in, like for e.g.. Amazon Kindle, Google Play Books or Barnes & Noble Nook.

KaiReader can download books from public domain sites like Gutenberg, ePubBud, FeedBooks, ManyBooks and Smashwords.

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