CoolReader is fast and small cross-platform XML/CSS based eBook reader for desktops and handheld devices. Supported formats: FB2, TXT, RTF, DOC, TCR, HTML, EPUB, CHM, PDB, MOBI. Platforms: Win32, Linux, Android. Ported on some eInk based devices.
- Read electronic books in FB2, TXT, RTF, DOC, TCR, HTML, EPUB, CHM, PDB, MOBI formats
- Stylesheet support
- A lot of customizations for better reading performance
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Straight and to the point. Aesthetically pleasing and simple. Spot on, I've been looking for something like this for awhile; an ereader that acts and looks like a book. It's so much better than the ereader that comes with Calibre that I have Calibre default to Cool Reader.
Nice app, but you should try the Bookhungama free ebooks download for android and ios.
Piece of shit that doesn't work. text loads fine, but no images. Oh, and one has to thorugh insanely old menu to choose e-books. Have you heard about copying the url and pasting it?! Of course not, and I have to dig through twenty subfolders to get to it.
Perhaps it is a good software but certainly not for Android 7+. Me too it repeatedly crashes every time I try to open any ebook file. I had to uninstall it. If you have Android >= 7 I guess you'll have to wait until (if...) the author updates its code to handle it. Android 7.0 on Huawei Honor 6X BLN-AL-40 4GB. Kernel version 4.1.18-g9aa64f8, CPU Kirin 655.
I always enjoyed using it. However, the Android version fails to see my SDCARD and I am unable to use it for book storage. I am forced to use internal storage...or, as seems to be the case, use a different book reader (which I do not wish to do). Why has development for the Android version stalled?